On 16 Feb 2012, at 18:29, ollie at eillo.org wrote:
> Dunno, but unless I fond an answer that makes sense im nuking the server.
>> I'm assuming 501 and 80 should be in /etc/passwd and /etc/groups, which they're not.
>> I unzipped roundcube in that folder with my own user, so thats what I should be seeing right?
If you actually did that, then the files should be, indeed can only be, owned by your user. But perhaps you did it as root, or with sudo? And did you really unzip the files, or was it a tar archive? If it was a tar archive, and you extracted it as root, then you would have got the UID and GID from the tar file, which might explain their being a UID and GID which are not locally used.
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