Hardware: VPS bought online YunoHost version: yunohost 220.127.116.11 (stable) I have access to my server : Through SSH | through SFTP Are you in a special context or did you perform some particular tweaking on your YunoHost instance ? : no If yes, please explain:
Description of my issue
After the latest updateI red that I should use admin and not root, as a matter of fact, I cannot even connect with root anymore as the certificate I was using is not accepted anymore by the server.
So, I connect with user admin or any other SSO users, I can read the files, but I cannot edit them.
Each folder below /var/www/ has its own user:group as the application name, ie. : wordpress:wordpress, in the web interface I gave access to each user I need, but still, cannot modify anything.
One hypothesis I have is that I should edit /etc/group file, what I can see there is that groups exist but no user is listed under wordpress or any other application I have installed. But if that is so, I wonder what happened, why none was automatically created.
Une fois connecté sur votre système ssh firstname.lastname@example.org, vous devriez pouvoir faire un su et passer en root.
Je vais faire traduire en ligne, mon anglais est très mauvais
Hello, Once connected to your system ssh email@example.com, you should be able to do su and go as root. I will translate online, my english is very bad