On 26/09/2020 14.39, Christian Boltz wrote:
However, the directory is packaged with 700
permissions , so the
problem might come back with the next apache update.
If someone has an idea for a more permanent solution (that also survives
apache updates), please speak up ;-)
 # rpm -qvl apache2 |grep ssl.key
drwx------ 2 root root 0 Apr 8 2011 /etc/apache2/ssl.key
setfacl -m g:root:rwx /etc/apache2/ssl.key/
after an update,
still shows the extra ACL permissions present.
otherwise, we could still write a custom update-script
and/or use /etc/permissions
or you create a hardlink with ln and let dehydrated access the key
there. Because then directory permissions dont apply.
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