After install the Community Solid Server (CSS) you should immediately
take note of the contents of the
.acl (access control list) file in
the root of the server, and as suggested either delete the file or
comment out the entries to look like:
# WARNING: DO NOT USE UNMODIFIED UNLESS FOR TESTING PURPOSES. # WHEN IN DOUBT, DELETE THIS DOCUMENT. # # This root ACL resource allows unrestricted public access to all documents and subcontainers. # # This document was automatically generated by the Community Solid Server # because the "Expose a public root Pod" option was selected during setup, # or because setup has been bypassed. # # We strongly suggest to edit this document such that it restricts permissions. @prefix acl: <http://www.w3.org/ns/auth/acl#>. @prefix foaf: <http://xmlns.com/foaf/0.1/>. # Give all agents Read, Write, and Control permissions on everything # <#authorization> # a acl:Authorization; # acl:agentClass foaf:Agent; # acl:mode acl:Read, acl:Write, acl:Append, acl:Control; # acl:accessTo <./>; # acl:default <./>.
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