Apache 2.0 with Subdomains- Directory Creation

Posted on 2005-04-20
Last Modified: 2010-03-04

I am running Apache 2.0 with subdomains. My application is PHP-based. When a user (anonymouse) uploads a file, the file is placed in a new directory with an owner of "Apache". The image processing that is then supposed to occur fails- until I change the directory owner to "site6". I am also using the Ensim Pro control panel under Fedora Core 2. Any way to have those directories set with an owner of site6 upon creation?
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    You can see

    you can to create a virtual directory and alias.


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