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Logining into www-data
Время создания: 28.03.2017 17:23
Автор: https://ubuntuforums.org/member.php?u=1749960
Текстовые метки: linux user www-data
Раздел: Linux

WARNING:
THIS IS POTENTIALLY INSECURE
&
SHOULD NOT BE DONE IN MOST CIRCUMSTANCES

In this how-to I will provide a one-time version and a shorter over time version. For the latter one, I assume you know how to use chmod. One-Time

Code:

$ su

Password:

# su -s /bin/bash www-data

Congrats, you're now logged in as www-data! Regular Basis Create 2 files & make them executable:

/usr/sbin/to-www

/usr/bin/auto-www

Contents of /usr/sbin/to-www:

Code:

#!/bin/sh

su -s /bin/bash www-data

Contents of /usr/bin/auto-www:

Code:

#!/bin/sh

su -s '/usr/sbin/to-www'

To log in as www-data from a regular user, just run 'auto-www' and input the root password. For a sudoer, you can run 'sudo to-www' or 'auto-www' But why would you want that? For me it was the fact that I host multiple sites and they are managed by the perspective people and some scripts refuse to work with ownership of user:www-data * cough cough drupal cough cough * thus not allowing one user per site. However I did not want to open www-data to SSH and I wanted the individual users to start in their site's directory. So I did this and set their shell to /usr/bin/auto-www, gave them the root password, and added the -p option to both files. Note: What I did it is not viable unless you trust your users like I do.

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