How to CHMOD 777 some file to allow an script to write in

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How to CHMOD 777 some file to allow an script to write in

Postby GammX1 » 18. June 2009 21:48

Hi All,
How to set CHMOD 777 or better said full writing permissions to some files, knowing that XAMPP runs in a windows environment?.
The target is to allow an script to write inside them.

Now It is not allowed to change files from CHMOD 666 to CHMOD 777 as should be with Linux/Apache/MySQL/PhP5/Perl environment... I thig besause Windows ignore original UNIX CHMOD permissions to be set.

How can I set this in Windows /XAMPP?
Thanks in advance for your help,
Rgrds,
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Re: How to CHMOD 777 some file to allow an script to write in

Postby Wiedmann » 18. June 2009 22:04

How to set CHMOD 777 or better said full writing permissions to some files, knowing that XAMPP runs in a windows environment?.

You have a problem with the current settings?
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Re: How to CHMOD 777 some file to allow an script to write in

Postby GammX1 » 18. June 2009 23:05

Yes! That's why my post!
The script can not write inside the corresponding files that stop a component (for Joomla!) to work as should work if the site and the script should be in a remote (hosting): Linux/Apache/MySQL/PhP5/Perl environment.
I think this a windows issue... My question is how to overpass it when using XAMPP.
Thanks again for your help,
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Re: How to CHMOD 777 some file to allow an script to write in

Postby Wiedmann » 18. June 2009 23:17

The script can not write inside the corresponding files

error message?
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Re: How to CHMOD 777 some file to allow an script to write in

Postby GammX1 » 18. June 2009 23:48

The error message for every file is: [The file could not be opened. Please edit or clean it manually.]
Simply the script can not open it and write inside each file... the question is why runs correctly on the mentioned remote (hosting): Linux/Apache/MySQL/PhP5/Perl server and not here.
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Re: How to CHMOD 777 some file to allow an script to write in

Postby Wiedmann » 18. June 2009 23:58

[The file could not be opened. Please edit or clean it manually.]

That's not the original PHP error message.

the question is why runs correctly on the mentioned remote (hosting)

I don't know. The self made script error message is not informative enough.
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Re: How to CHMOD 777 some file to allow an script to write in

Postby GammX1 » 19. June 2009 00:27

Thanks anyway for your close support and attention!
If finally I should get the answer / the solution I will post it / share it here punctually.
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