18 Jul 1998
This document is a brief introduction for new authors of production WWW
access concepts and commands.
It uses damping ring group space as an example.
Please substitute your own group's AFS WWW subdirectory for
your "all" AFS group for
and your "owner" AFS group for
Your group space owner can tell you what these are.
/afs/slac/www/grp/ad/addrsubdirectory, holds your group's production SLAC Web pages and files they link.
You may copy files into this space using the usual UNIX commands,
Samba from Windows NT machines, or FTP file transfer programs like
Fetch from the Macintosh
(make sure your regular and AFS passwords are the same).
For more information see
How to Install Pages in the Production SLAC Web.
g-www:g-addr. This group is in the Access Control List (ACL) for the
/afs/slac/www/grp/ad/addrsubdirectory and, by default, any of its subdirectories. Group
g-www:g-addrhas "all" access rights including write ("rlidwka" privileges). You may check this out by entering the AFS command:
fs listacl /afs/slac/www/grp/ad/addr
to see who is in the ACL and their access rights.
To see who's in the
g-www:g-addr group, enter the AFS
pts member g-www:g-addr
To see who may change membership in this group, enter the AFS command:
pts member g-www:owner-g-addr
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