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> I have tried this method i have made a zope instance as a dedicated user the
> owner of this file is that of the dedicated user.
> when i go to run zope as this user i get an error message saying that there
> is an error opening a file in the install directory ( not the zope instance)
> if i change the permssions on that file i get an error saying that there is
> an error opening another file (in the install directory).
> any ideas how i can avoid this.
The Zope user needs to be able to read every file under the install
directory. Those files are "software", and should be safe to make world
# chmod -R a+r /path/to/installed/zope
The Zope user needs *write* access only into the 'var' and 'log'
subdirectories of the instance, but must have read access to the whole
Tres Seaver +1 202-558-7113 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Palladion Software "Excellence by Design" http://palladion.com
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