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Old 03-05-2022, 12:50 PM
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Linux permissions 1001

I am using a direct linux install. What role does 1001 permissions play? I looked it up & found it relates to hosted files and /or dockers. I am running neither on my home server. Is this the possible source of my inability to run both a server & client version on the same pc? Is this where the need for an appuser account comes into play? What about the android miniclients? I just want to sort out permissions on my linux server. Currently I can't add any plugins to the server.

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Old 03-05-2022, 02:36 PM
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I am using a direct linux install. What role does 1001 permissions play? I looked it up & found it relates to hosted files and /or dockers. I am running neither on my home server. Is this the possible source of my inability to run both a server & client version on the same pc? Is this where the need for an appuser account comes into play? What about the android miniclients? I just want to sort out permissions on my linux server. Currently I can't add any plugins to the server.
Not sure what you are asking specifically... where are you seeing 1001.

Linux users have a UID (userid) and a GID (groupid). On many linux systems these start at 1000. So if you issued the command
Code:
id
from a command prompt you'd see something like...

Quote:
uid=1000(sls) gid=1000(sls) groups=1000(sls),4(adm),20(dialout),24(cdrom),27(sudo),30(dip),46(plugdev),120(lpadmin),131(lxd),132(sambashare),998(docker)
You can see that my uid and gid are both 1000 because I'm user 'sls' in the group 'sls' (and I'm other groups as listed).

If you are running Docker (ie linux system) on a another host, then some docker configurations allow you to pass a UID and GID parameter so that you can map the internal UID to the HOST UID.
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