When I upload new files to my CentOs server, with cPanel and csf the files are given 777 permissions automatic.
How do I change this?
I don't want my files to get 777 permissions automatic...
on 06/10/2012 – Made popular on 06/10/2012
I have to change the file permissions for a large amount of files (17 or so).
I can create a new directory and then move the files to this directory and then change all the files permissions within it.
But I was trying something else:
The files of the directory are seperated by a comma. I then copied the files I wanted to change the permissions.
After using the following page (http://superuser.com/questions/581194/setting-correct-permissions-for-up...) to get my permissions on my Raspberry Pi right, I'm unable to upload new files or edit existing files. I keep getting following error:
I am trying to make changes to my website over ftp but when I save any files it changes the permissions and owner to my username. I can edit files in the same folder trough samba without changing the permissions. I really don't understand how the permissions for the /var/www folder work and I'm pulling my hair out trying to get it to work.
I'm testing zfs-fuse as an option to provide filesystem compression on existing CentOS 5 servers. I'm dealing with a highly-compressible dataset (80%), so zfs-fuse comes in quite handy. The issue I'm encountering with my storage pools is related to file permissions.
It appears that zfs-fuse is ignoring or partially recognizing file permissions for non-owners.