You’re right guys, so I like adding SSL and .htaccess to “Web access” tab and keeping PHP (and any other language) options on a separate tab.
This is an important point: now read permissions for
apache are set with POSIX ACLs. The
Reset permissions button clears any ACL that is not from the “ACL” tab and
/etc/e-smith/templates/ibays/system-acls/ template. The responsible for this task is action
If admin sets special ACLs on a specific subdirectory, to grant
rw access to
apache could we assume he is smart enough to not press
Reset permission button and wipe them out? If you feel
NO is the answer, we need to maintain a special subdirectory whitelist.
It should not be too hard to implement a rule in
nethserver-ibays-set-permissions that skips
setfacl on any directory in the whitelist.
Of course, I’ll take care of the core package: the need for “Force SSL” was already solicited in the past and is partially implemented in
If @stephdl agrees, he could bundle the PHP settings tab into a separate package… Stéphane, is it ok for you?