(Newbie) chmode problem

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(Newbie) chmode problem

Postby jeepster » 08. May 2005 13:10

Hello, I've a problem with chmode my files

SITE CHMOD 666 ultramode.txt
500 Syntax error, command unrecognized.
CHMOD 666 ultramode.txt
500 Syntax error, command unrecognized.
Server does not support attribute modifications
Failed [Server does not support attribute modifications]


I think that it is a problem in apache but I am not sure.
Who can help me out with this ?
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Postby Wiedmann » 08. May 2005 14:27

There is no chmod on Windows.
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Postby jeepster » 08. May 2005 15:53

Ok if chmode is not possible under windows how can I use php on xampp.
Because some files need to be edit on a way that I now as chmode or changing the attributes.

So it isn't possible ?
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Postby Wiedmann » 08. May 2005 16:08

how can I use php on xampp.

Put your files in "\xampp\htdocs" and access them with "http://localhost/file.php". Where's the problem?

Because some files need to be edit on a way that I now as chmode
or changing the attributes.

:?:
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Postby jeepster » 08. May 2005 16:11

There seems to be a problem with the MySQL server, sorry for the inconvenience.

We should be back shortly.

Thats what is coming in my screen when i am trying to open php-nuke.
And in the install file says " 3) In order to use the ultramode.txt news file please be sure to chmod 666.
This file is used to show news from your site in some old programs and
frontends and is reserved to future use in PHP-Nuke. For backend use
backend.php file instead. "

So that's my problem



I've found another topic about this http://community.apachefriends.org/f/viewtopic.php?t=11442 I believe that what i want to do is not possible. Is that true ?
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