Add write permissions to user (~) directory for SSH application user
The application user does not have write permissions to their own user directory (i.e.
~/). This prevents any application that needs to write to this directory from being run when logged in as an application user, such as git, ssh, npm, etc.
Making the user directory for the application user writable by the application user, so that new files and sub-directories can be created, will solve many issues that myself and others are having running applications when logged in as an application user.
Other feedback ideas this should solve include:
Please enable NPM in SSH when we are using application SSH user
give permission to application ssh user to create his own ssh key
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Luiz Bills commented