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hduff

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Why is default permission "Not writable."?
« on: October 09, 2004, 09:49:26 pm »

I am using the batch upload feature, uploading files to my directory.  However, I must manually set the CHMOD to 777.  The default FTP shows all directories are 755 or something.

When I try to batch upload, for instance, I see something like this:

         target   Not writable. 
         teenchoiceawards03   Not writable. 
         tmfawards   Not writable. 
         torontofilmfestival   Not writable. 
         tripleplatinumcd   Not writable. 
         vmas04   Not writable. 
         vmas04show   Not writable. 
         wangotango   Not writable. 
         youthinc   Not writable. 

It's very tedious to do this to my albums every time I upload.  My questions is how can I set the default chmod to 777?
Thanks!
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Re: Why is default permission "Not writable."?
« Reply #1 on: October 10, 2004, 11:44:15 am »

CHMOD the whole albums folder and everything within it to 777 (as suggested in the docs), and make sure propagation is enabled on your server.
This question is not related to coppermine though, but a matter of server config/setup, so the question "why" doesn't apply.

Joachim
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