It’s a subject that baffled me when I first started. I didn’t have a clue what it meant, nor how to “chmod” a file or folder.
How does everyone feel about the CHMOD information in the install docs? Basically it infers that the weblogs.com.changes.cache file needs to be 666 and then you are given a link to what CHMOD is all about. You “chmod” a file in a *nix environment, do you not, while simply “set file permissions” on those “other” servers, correct? Perhaps the install directions need to have a bit more generic language to start a topic and then get geek-specific depending on various configurations like Apache servers vs. others. Suggestions? If so, please add them to this thread.
Can’t the weblogs.com.changes.cache be 766? My file is set that way (accidentally, I might add) but it is still getting updated. Going to 666 means it is also executable. Why does this file need to be executable? Enquiring minds want to know! 🙂
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