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> How NOT to Require CHMOD 755 Permissions To Create, Write and Delete F
post Dec 30 2008, 07:21 PM
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Whats this Lie-nix Thing?

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On my previous server and on some other hosts, I was able to write to files (for example with PHP) without having to chmod the files first.

Now I cannot, and files are required to be chmoded properly so I can write to them.

I cannot even touch() a file with PHP.

Is there any way to have this permissions removed?

I don't want to chmod the all thing, all I want is to change the configurations so I can fwrite() or file_put_contents() normally.

I's a dedicated un-managed server, so basically any advanced configurations can be done.

Please help!

Thank you in advance!
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