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Apache, php upload error

Posted on 2011-09-15
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Hello,

I am using a script to upload an image to a folder on my server and it will not upload.

It looks like a permissions error as the folders user is xdr and the user/server is apache.

Any ideas of how to make this work.

Thank you!
Matt
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This can be done several ways.

First let's see what the directory permissions currently look like.
ls -l directoryname

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Check that user xdr have write permission and that is owner for that folder.
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I had to turn on cgi and it works, thanks
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