Re: Wrapping CGI and PHP Scripts
>Does anyone know what the default document
>root is for the Debian configuration of suexec?
To change the document root of suexec you need to recompile suexec see:
On Wed, 2 Jul 2003, Anand Atreya wrote:
> I have just recently begun using Debian and am in the process of
> migrating a FreeBSD 4.4 server over to it. This server had many different
> users and allowed them to execute CGI and PHP scripts in their public_html
> folder (or any folder under it) as their own user, not as the user of the
> webserver, using mod_cgiwrap and mod_phpcgiwrap (from Steven Haryanto). The
> site where this was located
> (http://steven.haryan.to/mod_cgiwrap/mod_cgiwrap.html) no longer exists, and
> in hindsight, it seems as if mod_cgiwrap was not a very secure solution to
> begin with.
> Does anybody have any recommendations on how to set up a virtual hosting
> Apache server such that users can have CGI and PHP scripts execute as
> themselves, without having to put #!/usr/bin/php at the top of php scripts,
> and that is completely transparent to the user, also allowing them to place
> scripts anywhere in their document root?
> (I have tried using suexec as it is installed with the Debian Apache
> package, but when I tried to execute a script in a virtual host, not using
> the www.domain.com/~username address, it did not execute the script, saying
> it was not in the document root. Does anyone know what the default document
> root is for the Debian configuration of suexec?)
> Thanks a lot.
> -- Anand Atreya