I am attempting to upload a file via FTP to my xampp installation from the very PC that holds the XAMPP install.
I am using an install exe process founded on Ioncube Package Foundry.
This is what it looks like.
I am using Windows 7. I am using XAMPP.
I have Filezilla FTP as a svc in the XAMPP control panel. I click on Admin... and it takes me to an interface that shows my server, via port 14147 to my 127.0.0.1
However when I try to upload something to my server I get 550 Internal error, permission denied to create directory. It tells me to check if the user has permissions in the target folder.
Through port 14147 I can't see anything. Through port 21, the usual one for FTP, at least I can see a folder called 'incoming'.
I have tried setting permissions to total control in the folders of my Windows 7 I want to upload my files to. Like the 'incoming' folder. But no luck.
I have tried whitening the read-only feature of the folders of my XAMPP install. This gives me a sort of error when I try to apply it to the entire XAMPP install, but seems to work when I do it to smaller ones, like the 'incoming' or the 'htdocs' ones, which I was thinking of FTPing to. But whenever I return to properties after applying and exiting, the read-only checkbox feature is still blackened.
One of the basic contradictions is the users I create in XAMPP are one thing and the users in Windows 7 would seemingly be accounts you create in Windows 7. Why am I trying to enable permissions to windows accounts when I should be finding a way to enable permissions to XAMPP users? Question is how?
I would greatly appreciate any help on this matter.