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Unable to set permissions to 444.


GeaX

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Hi, I'm trying to get rid of the "Warning: I am able to write to the configuration file" problem. I can only set the permissions to 644 or higher. If I don't, the permissions will automatically change to 664. My on-server filemanager doesn't have that feature. Any suggestions?

 

 

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Great - so every time you change a files permissions you have to run a script to do it. You'll find that very annoying after a short period of time.

 

Vger

The problem was solved by a script given by the support:

<?$filename = "file.php";chmod("/customers/xxxxx/xxxxx/httpd.www/$filename", 0444);echo "chmod for $filename was changed";?>

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I would agree with Vger.

 

Find a new host perhaps?

 

Rob

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Great - so every time you change a files permissions you have to run a script to do it. You'll find that very annoying after a short period of time.

 

Vger

 

 

I can change the other files via my ftp client :huh: . Most have been a weird bug.

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