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fastCGI on fedora server

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I have a webserver (apache 2.4/php5/mysql 5.6) and i want to be sure it is setup to use FastCGI.

when i execute phpinfo(); i can see (in loaded modules):


however using my standard fedora user account, Ii still can not edit/remove/move files/folders owned by apache user account.

while searching on internet i discovered that fastCGI should allow me (using my fedora user account) to do such thing, even if files/folders are owned by apache user account. Therefore i deduced that fastCGI doesn't work properly on my webserver. Please, could you tell me how can i be sure that fastCGI runs well on my webserver and that i use it correctly ?

posted Jun 14, 2013 by anonymous

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