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How to CHMOD to 0444 ?
  Requested and Answered by Carnuke on 2004/12/9 14:56:24     12267  reads 
Sometime the setting 444 cannot be done via FTP, in which case use your host's control panel or file manager to set the permissions level.) In cpanal this can be done by selecting 'File manager' Alternatively, you can use a small .php file to change the permissions of a file or a folder. Create a file with the following script and name it with a .php extension.
<?php chmod("mainfile.php"0444?>
Replace 'mainfile.php' with whatever file/folder you require. Upload the file (ie: changeperm.php) to the directory that holds your file or folder that requires chmod change. In the case of mainfile.php, this is of course, in the root of your xoops installation. Now call the file from your browser. You will probably have a blank page, but go back and check the chmod setting. It should now agree with 0444 or whatever permission you entered.


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 RE: How to CHMOD to 0444?


yupp I know, but my *stupid* provider has deactivated permission editing, so until he answer my complaints and do something with it I have to do it manually like this *sigh*.
But thanks for tip anyway

 
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