I want to get SQL LOAD_FILE function to work and have read every single question/answer + documentation about this, but here is what’s been happening.
I want the user to be able to read and edit files in the test folder, these files are always created by a software with read-only properties.
All files should be owned by your user account, and should be writable
by you. Any file that needs write access from WordPress should be
writable by the web server, if your hosting set up requires it, that
may mean those files need to be group-owned by the user account used
by the web server process.
I’m trying to use PHP to create a file, but it isn’t working. I am assuming this is because it doesn’t have write access (it’s always been the problem before). I tried to test if this was the problem by making the folder chmod 0777, but that just ended up making every script in that directory return a 500 error message until I changed it back.
How do I give PHP write access to my file system so it can a create a file?
Inspired by the discussion in this question.
How do I use chmod with Node.js?
I want to create a file from within a python script that is executable.
I need to set the same chmod, how to get number for -rw-r–r– ?
And now I am unable to chmod it back.. or use any of my other system programs. Luckily this is on a VM I’ve been toying with, but is there any way to resolve this? The system is Ubuntu Server 12.10.
Is there any way to set
+x bit on script while creating?