Thank you for using Bitnami. When using the Bitnami's solutions, most of the apps use 2 different users when configuring the application's permissions.
- On one hand, we use the
bitnami user as owner of all the application's files
- and on the other hand, the daemon group also ownes the files
This way, the user (you) can edit all the files using the
bitnami user, and Apache (that uses the daemon user and group) can also edit them when uploading or editing files in the application. If you are using a Google's instance, can you ensure that you are using the bitnami user when editing the files?
sudo su bitnami
In case you still receive the error message, could you please let us know the file you are trying to edit?We have a Support Tool that will gather relevant information for us to analyze your configuration and logs. Could you please download and execute it on the machine where the stack is running by following the steps described in the guide below?
How to Run the Bitnami Support Tool
Please note that you need to paste the code outputted by the tool in your reply.