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Old 09-26-2009
Permissions trouble with WebDav


I need some advice about using WebDav in Mac OS 10.5

My problem is that I mount a WebDav folder in the hard drive pointing to a webdav directory service running under apache (it's Alfresco, if you know it) but the permissions of this directory, when mounted, are only for the user who has mounted it. When I try to access the directory through an application running in the apache, it runs like other user (appserver in this case, the system's default) so it can't read or write in this directory.

I try to change the folder's owner/permissions but it is not possible (access denied, using sudo...). So my question is: is there anyway of changing this folder permissions/owner when it is mounted? Or allowing the system's default user accessing this folder?

I mount it this way:

sudo mount -t webdav <webdav_directory_host> <folder_in_hard_drive>

and the permissions are:

drwx------ myuser

If you can help me it would be great! And sorry for my English, I'm still studying it.
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Config::Model::models::Fstab::FsLine(3pm)		User Contributed Perl Documentation		 Config::Model::models::Fstab::FsLine(3pm)

Config::Model::models::Fstab::FsLine - Configuration class Fstab::FsLine VERSION
version 2.021 DESCRIPTION
Configuration classes used by Config::Model data of one /etc/fstab line Elements fs_spec block special device or remote filesystem to be mounted. Mandatory. Type uniline. fs_file mount point for the filesystem. Mandatory. Type uniline. fs_vfstype file system type. Mandatory. Type enum. choice: 'auto', 'davfs', 'ext2', 'ext3', 'ext4', 'swap', 'proc', 'iso9660', 'vfat', 'usbfs', 'ignore', 'nfs', 'nfs4', 'none', 'ignore', 'debugfs'. Here are some explanations on the possible values: 'auto' file system type is probed by the kernel when mounting the device 'davfs' WebDav access 'ext2' Common Linux file system. 'ext3' Common Linux file system with journaling 'ignore' unused disk partition 'iso9660' CD-ROM or DVD file system 'proc' Kernel info through a special file system 'usbfs' USB pseudo file system. Gives a file system view of kernel data related to usb 'vfat' Older Windows file system often used on removable media fs_mntopts mount options associated with the filesystem. Optional. Type warped_node. fs_freq Specifies if the file system needs to be dumped. Optional. Type enum. choice: '0', '1'. default: '0'. fs_passno - fsck pass number used by the fsck(8) program to determine the order in which filesystem checks are done at reboot time. Optional. Type integer. default: '0'. SEE ALSO
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Dominique Dumont COPYRIGHT
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LGPL2 perl v5.14.2 2012-11-09 Config::Model::models::Fstab::FsLine(3pm)

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