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Irithyll82668dAre you building something on your own? 🤔 Or using sth. like nextcloud?
d4ng3r0u5389368dIdeally, the web server should have read access to your shit but not write access, for security. Especially if it's a shared server. Wordpress however can use that write access to auto update itself.
sefaiba6968dDoes the upload work now?
localjoost479868d@d4ng3r0u5 It's a very basic Scaleway ubuntu server with Nginx installed. It runs like 5 websites and I use gitlab CI to update the websites on the server.
@Irithyll Yeah, it's a shared server and I'm running 1 wordpress site on it. From your experience, should I undo my www-data command?
@sefaiba Yes, it does work now :D
From my experience hehe...
I really don't know - it's everywhere recommended more or less.
It's just important that there is a different user for your "internet things". ☺
I'm running atm nextcloud, a forum, an "under construction" blog and a half mailserver on my rpi3. The main site itself is just blank x)
Edit: There are some "web security checking" sites like www.htbridge.com ... just search around. Some of them need a registration... meeh...
It's helpful ☺
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