Actually, let me first advise you not to use SQLite for anything other than
a very simple test installation. If you do, don't expect to migrate the data
to another database. SQLite doesn't really scale for any more than a couple
users. I recommend MySQL or PostgreSQL.
What that documentation is saying is that you need to change ownership to
be, probably, www-data. That's done like:
sudo chown www-data:www-data db
chown is used for changing ownership to a user/group. The parameter is in
The username and group will depend on the distro and the username for the
service, so you'd have to look it up. You can probably figure out which one
by looking at /etc/passwd.
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On Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 10:01 PM, Aravind <aayyag...@gmail.com> wrote:
> " If you’re using SQLite as your database, you will also need to
> change the ownership of the site’s db directory to match the web
> server’s user. Otherwise, you may receive an Internal Server Error
> when accessing the site."
> I am new to linux and found the above statement in review board
> installment document. Can any one please tell me how to resolve this
> issue. Thanks in advance.
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