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I need some help creating a public folder for my remote Ubuntu 11.10 installation (ssh access only).

There is already an index.html in /var/www which is public and is rendered in a browser. There are some other files/folders in there which are not public and that's fine. What I'm trying to do is create a folder called abc and make it and it's contents public. Steps I did:
Code:
sudo mkdir abc
sudo chown www-data:www-data abc
sudo chmod 775 abc

If I navigate to site.com/abc/ I get
Code:
Forbidden

You don't have permission to access /abc/ on this server.
However, if I make an index.html file and navigate to it, it opens and the contents are rendered.

What am I doing wrong? How do I make the whole folder public and not just it's files? Also, I use Filezilla a lot for file management ; if I navigate to /www/ and do something in Filezilla, I get permission denied error. So I added my user to www-data group hoping it'd stop the errors, but I still get them. What should I do to get my user the required permissions? I need to be able to work in Filezilla and without sudo.


Any help will be awesome, thank you!
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Try "chmod 775 /abc"
By the way, if it's truly public facing, you should consider a higher security if it doesn't need to be changed (such as 755 if it needs execution, or 744 if it's read-only). I'm not sure what the webserver element makes of that though, but personally I'd want the highest security possible if literally anybody could access it (any old hacker!)

Edit: Missed the Filezilla bit, that kinda discounts the security element of what I was saying. If there's no programs needing execution there, you could use 764, or even 664 if it's just for storage.
Edited by chemicalfan - 10/18/12 at 1:37am
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chmod 775 /abc returns "No such file or directory".

I messed around with it a lot last night and this is where I'm at now:
site.com/abc/test.jpg is public and renders, but
site.com/abc/ returns not authorized. Thinking about it, it's fine. I know what files are in there; if the masses can't see it, better security, I guess?

Now I can also modify abc and the files within using Filezilla. I think it wasn't working before because I didn't use the recursive flag when doing chmod/chown.


TL/DR - it's sorted now. Not super worried about security because it's a very low key site, very few people know it exists, it's not being indexed by any search engines etc. I've changed from 775 to 744 nonetheless.
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chmod 775 /abc returns "No such file or directory".

That's because no matter where you are prefixing / before any directory automatically takes you to root. Not sure why he didn't catch that tongue.gif
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Hiya chemical smile.gif
chmod 775 /abc returns "No such file or directory".
I messed around with it a lot last night and this is where I'm at now:
site.com/abc/test.jpg is public and renders, but
site.com/abc/ returns not authorized. Thinking about it, it's fine. I know what files are in there; if the masses can't see it, better security, I guess?
Now I can also modify abc and the files within using Filezilla. I think it wasn't working before because I didn't use the recursive flag when doing chmod/chown.
TL/DR - it's sorted now. Not super worried about security because it's a very low key site, very few people know it exists, it's not being indexed by any search engines etc. I've changed from 775 to 744 nonetheless.

It's because you have no index page.
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It's because you have no index page.
That's the point. With no index page, I usually get a list of all the files in the directory which is what I was trying to achieve; and instead, I got the permission denied error.
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That's the point. With no index page, I usually get a list of all the files in the directory which is what I was trying to achieve; and instead, I got the permission denied error.

A few things:

(all of the below assumes your web document root is in /www/abc. please change if applicable)

(1) Without an index page you need directories enabled in Apache.
Code:
sudo a2enmod autoindex
warning though, this is not best practice.

(2) Do not make regular web content executable. Only your server side code (Perl, PHP, etc). All static content (HTML, Javascript and any images, etc) should not be executable.
Code:
# to remove executable permissions to all files (need to keep directories as executable):
sudo find /www/abc -type f  -exec chmod ugo-x {} \;

# to add executable permissions to your CGI scripts:
sudo chmod -R ug+x /www/abc/cgi-bin

# to add executable permissions to your PHP scripts:
sudo find /www/abc -type f  -iname "*.php"  -exec chmod ug+x {} \;

Also note I'm using a different chmod format to the way how the others have done it. using the numbered method is great if you want to set permissions exactly, but if you want to adjust them (eg add a permission or take something away) without changing the other permissions, then using u/g/o +/- r/w/x is better: chmod cheat sheet (Click to show)
u = user
g = group
o = other

+ = add permission
- = remove permission

r = read
w = write
x = execute

(3) make all content editable by your FTP account:
Code:
sudo chown -R your-ftp-username:www-data /www/abc
sudo chmod -R g+rw /www/abc
(changing your-ftp-username to applicable)

(4) if you are using regular FTP, then use SFTP instead (don't forget to stop your FTP daemon).

(5) and finally, install iptables (if not already installed) and fail2ban. These will automatically ban any failed log in attempts to your server, thus securing it from brute force attacks.
Code:
sudo apt-get install iptables fail2ban
# now set up some jails - starting with SSH
nano /etc/fail2ban/jail.conf

I know point 4 and 5 weren't part of your original question, but they're frequently overlooked yet essential tools for server security.
Edited by Plan9 - 10/19/12 at 5:36am
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That's because no matter where you are prefixing / before any directory automatically takes you to root. Not sure why he didn't catch that tongue.gif
tongue.gif
I didn't know that, although I was still wrong - I was thinking ./abc
Or maybe I just need another cup of tea lol

I don't think you need an index page to navigate a folder - Konquerer manages it just fine, and I've been on many FTP sites where there's no index page (at least, one isn't listed in the folder)

Anyway, Plan9 is the man thumb.gif
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I don't think you need an index page to navigate a folder - Konquerer manages it just fine, and I've been on many FTP sites where there's no index page (at least, one isn't listed in the folder)
it depends on how the webserver is configured.

FTP is a whole other protocol with a whole other set of behaviours
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