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#1 06-22-2001 09:41:31


chmod 777 or 0777 - is there a difference?

I am installing the new 4.0 version on out Cobalt Raq3i and am getting this:

The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.

I set all the permissions as far as I can tell correctly using chmod 777 or 755, is the "zero needed?" 0777

The other version ran fine.


#2 06-25-2001 16:50:19

From: York, PA
Registered: 04-20-2001
Posts: 19724

Re: chmod 777 or 0777 - is there a difference?

In reality, 0777 permissions are the same as 777.  You'll need to refer to them when entering shell commands as 777:

chmod-R 777 cp

etc.  Try running the following command while in the cp/cgi-bin directory:

perl cp-app.cgi and see what the shell outputs.  Any problems will be communicated back to you by the Perl interpereter.

Nick Hendler



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