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[6.6.5] How to allow Admin to access any user root to delete a file ?

Started by on Aug 31, 2016 – Contents updated: Sep 09, 2016

Aug 31, 2016 01:49    

Hello,
All is in the title. I looked in every possible settings page. I search in the FAQ. I found no result.

As an administrator I cannot access a user root directory except the one belonging to the admin user.
It seems also that it is not possible to allow a *non admin* user to delete only his/her *own files*
Am I wrong ?

best regards.
Jacques

Aug 31, 2016 11:38

@fplanque wrote earlier:

Access any user too here: http://b2evolution.net/man/access-file-root-of-any-user
Non admin users can access their own file root if they have appropriate access permissions and then delete files there.


Hello François.
Ok for the user permissions settings = in the group of the user I previously checked "Additional perms / Files / Add/upload files" instead of "Edit files". Fixed. Thanks.

take care.
jacques

Sep 03, 2016 03:12

Yep, that's what happens when you use a one year old version of b2evo :))

Sep 03, 2016 12:56

@fplanque wrote earlier:

Yep, that's what happens when you use a one year old version of b2evo :))

Ok. I put it in my pipe and smoke it.
At least one reason why not update at every new version : I have a very poor transfer rate and all the backups needed to secure the update are a stress.
However i'm surprised that this possibility comes so late...

Sep 04, 2016 22:53

@lefataliste wrote earlier:

.. . .I have a very poor transfer rate and all the backups needed to secure the update are a stress.
However i'm surprised that this possibility comes so late...

What is your transfer rate? Do you mean slow net speed to ftp 30Meg each new version? My broadband is 500K but the auto update is from server to server so no weight on my shoulders.

Sep 05, 2016 01:41

@amoun wrote earlier:

@lefataliste wrote earlier:

.. . .I have a very poor transfer rate and all the backups needed to secure the update are a stress.
However i'm surprised that this possibility comes so late...

What is your transfer rate? Do you mean slow net speed to ftp 30Meg each new version? My broadband is 500K but the auto update is from server to server so no weight on my shoulders.

Thank you for your comment. My bandwidth is also around 500K but I did not try the auto update since my execution time is also rather short. I have to restart the install many time because reaching the time limit and I'm unsure if the auto update would do it ? I shall try it next time - after a complete backup - I'm kind of paranoïd ;)
Take care.
jacques

Sep 09, 2016 01:42

Also this may make it easier in the future:


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