[horde] Horde user privileges

Luca Egloff legloff at mus.ch
Thu May 3 11:06:12 UTC 2012

Sorry, if I'm messing up a little bit.
Anyway, I have to set up Horde from scratch. So, in case I get again some problems, I will write again to the list.

Am 03.05.2012 um 12:08 schrieb Ralf Lang:

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> Am 03.05.2012 12:04, schrieb Luca Egloff:
>> Hi sure you can't help me solve the problem. I encounter one
>> problem after the other, because as I told, I don't have much time.
>> That's why I wanted a summary of the privileges. I mean: Which
>> folders/files are known to have a required ownership and mod. For
>> now, I have 2 problems: I'm logged in as administrator in Horde.
>> When I fix a new task, I get error, because I don't have the
>> required rights :-( The second problem I got is, when I wanted to
>> change the global rights for users, guests etc. There too I didn't
>> seem to have enough rights.
>> I hope this helps. Luca
>> Am 02.05.2012 um 09:23 schrieb Ralf Lang:
>> Am 01.05.2012 09:28, schrieb Luca Egloff:
>>>>> Hi everyone I'm new on this list and in setting up servers
>>>>> :-) I installed the newest Horde Groupware on a 64-bit
>>>>> Scientific Linux Installation. I followed the Instructions,
>>>>> as far as possible, in the HoTo for "installing on CentOS".
>>>>> Everything works fine! I'm happy and willing to follow this
>>>>> Project. Sometimes, though, I encounter problems with user
>>>>> privileges. I had problems creating tasks, or couldn't change
>>>>> global rights. I did not test everything and did not set all
>>>>> configurations variables, because I have not that much time
>>>>> left for such frickling.
>>>>> I wanted to ask this list, if there is summery of the Horde
>>>>> system (Folders, including PHP and mysql) and the
>>>>> corresponding owner and user privileges. In the way, that a
>>>>> Guy like my can check this instances on his system and fix it
>>>>> rather fast without encounter each problem and solve it,
>>>>> maybe not complete.
>> Sorry but if you do not tell what exactly is wrong for you, we can 
>> probably not help you solve it.
>> By default, users see their own shares (task lists, calendars etc)
>> and can share them with other users.
> Please provide more detailed information. What is the exact procedure
> you are trying to do and what error message are you getting where?
> Making us guess around will not speed up things at all.
> Normally things just work out of the box.
> If you are in a hurry you may want to hire professional assistance.
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