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Setting property "world - read" on files in webserver
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Limbomusic


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Location: Norway

PostPosted: Fri 13 Oct 2017, 03:53    Post subject:  Setting property "world - read" on files in webserver
Subject description: when copied via samba
 

Greetings and salutations fellow pups.

I have a webserver running puppy.
Sometimes if I copy a file to the webserver the propery "World - read" isn't set(?) - so
a user will get "404 forbidden" when clicking the file.

This happens only sporadically.
I have a bunch of computers running puppy and windows and I move files to and from the webserver all the time (webserver is shared via samba).

So - a couple of questions regarding this:
1. What could be the reason for a file suddenly missing the "world-read" tick in properties?
2. Is there a simple way (or a terminal command) for setting world-read permission/properties on all files in a folder?
(just right-clicking a folder and setting correct properties does not work)
- and is it possible to do this via another computer on the network?
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L18L

Joined: 19 Jun 2010
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Location: www.eussenheim.de/

PostPosted: Fri 13 Oct 2017, 04:46    Post subject: Re: property world-read on files
Subject description: gftp
 

Limbomusic wrote:
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2. Is there a simple way (or a terminal command) for setting world-read permission/properties on all files in a folder?
(just right-clicking a folder and setting correct properties does not work)
- and is it possible to do this via another computer on the network?

Yes, using gftp is one way.
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Limbomusic


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PostPosted: Fri 13 Oct 2017, 06:38    Post subject: o
Subject description: kay yeah
 

Thanx - I havent set up ftp-server on it actually - but I suppose I could..
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Limbomusic


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PostPosted: Fri 10 Nov 2017, 15:59    Post subject: or..
Subject description: hm
 

Upon further rethinking - I have come to the conclusion that I do NOT want to set up ftp on the webserver at all. Normally I HAVE complete access to everything via my lan - and I dont need ftp access. - any other input /suggestions / thaughts?

- and also - ...hm. Normally - like - I copy things to and from the webserver-machine ALL the time - and for 91% of the time - the file I put on there is downloadable by everyone - but then there SUDDENLY is a time where its "u dont have access" - so my original question still sort of remains.
- sorry for being a pain in the butt - but
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Flash
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PostPosted: Sat 11 Nov 2017, 20:10    Post subject:  

Not a pain, an interesting problem. Laughing

When it happens, was the file uploaded to the server by another computer or what? I suppose there are logs somewhere.
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