I normally do
sudo chgrp -R www-data <directory>
on Ubuntu to set a folder writable by the Apache process. What’s the Mac OS X equivalent for
On Ubuntu you use “www-data” because that is the user the Apache process runs as. You can identify the user Apache will use by checking the config file. On my Mac, it looks like this:
$ cat /etc/apache2/httpd.conf [...] User _www Group _www [...]
So one way to make your files writable would be to
chgrp them to
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