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Why isn't apache following my symbolic links?

I need to link to a directory from /var/www/html to a directory within the home directory of a non-su user. The operating is CENTos, the server is apache. The config file for the directory is ...
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2answers
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Mac Permission Editing

I copied over some old files of a time machine backup on a USB drive. When I try and access a user's Desktop for example I get a "can't be opened because you don't have permission to see its contents" ...
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1answer
423 views

File's permissions change when moved to Music Library - Windows 7

I've had a problem with my system that I discovered after I tried to add some songs to my music collection. I keep all my music files in the default Music folder. All of these files come from another ...
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2answers
414 views

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Is it possible to create difference permissions for subfolders and files in a network shared? Users are allow to modify files but not modify any folder in the network shared. If possible, users can ...
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2answers
162 views

Windows file permissions, cannot access files

I have a folder in Windows 7 ( my Music folder in Libraries ) in which suddenly all files became inaccessible. When I try to play a music file or just view album cover all programs give me an error ...
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2answers
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Reset all permissions on Windows 7?

I have an external hard drive and I did something which I shouldn't have done, and I am annoyed that many files are prompting me about Administrator permissions to move a folder. They are regular ...
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0answers
414 views

Allowing write permissions for WordPress in WebMatrix

I'm giving Microsoft WebMatrix a shot and have installed WordPress. However I can't get it to save files. I'm getting the following error: The uploaded file could not be moved to ...
2
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1answer
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How can I get around “error 0x80070522” when creating files in the root of the C drive (C:\)?

One of our customers has just found a problem when trying to create a file on the root of the C Drive (C:\), on a Windows 7 Professional PC. I know they shouldn't be keeping files here, but there is ...
1
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2answers
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How to (easily) copy protect files when being an administrator in Windows Vista

I have a hard drive I need to backup. In the hard drive is of course things like Documents and Settings which is set to not allow other people to see inside someone's personal folders. I am an ...
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2answers
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Unix: Is there a way to “copy” file or directory permissions?

I have two files in a directory. One has correct permissions and the other has not. Is there a way I can "copy" the set of permissions from one file to another?
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2answers
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How to make files created in a directory owned by directory group?

Is there a way, on Linux, to cause all new files created in a directory to be owned by the directory's group instead of the creating user's group?
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4answers
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file permissions and group ownership using sftp

Is there a way to have all files created by a particular user under sftp to have a specific group and file permissions? The user in question, of course, will be a member of the group, but it is not ...
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1answer
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Create specific GID for a group and add a user to it on Mac OS X 10.5

How do I create a group with a specific GID and add a user to it on Mac OS X 10.5? The problem is that macfuse is not smart enough to handle groups when it mounts, so I can't open files which on the ...
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1answer
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Why Can't SQL Server Management Studio Access The “My Documents” Folder in Windows 7?

I have a database backup located in my Windows 7 Documents folder (C:\Users\Aaron\Documents...), and I'm trying to restore it using SQL Server Management Studio. However, the program is unable to ...
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2answers
532 views

Good utility to traverse a directory structure and show me all security permissions?

Is there a good windows utility that will traverse a path (and all subfolders therein) and list the permissions for each folder?
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3answers
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Recursive chmod: rw for files, rwx for directories

I want to chmod a lot of files and directories. As x indicates list for directories and execute for regular files I'd like to apply rw for files and rwx for directories. Is it possible using only the ...