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accepted MYSQL 5.6 install error from missing dependency libaio
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comment MYSQL 5.6 install error from missing dependency libaio
That fixed it, thanks! The reason I didn't use mysql-server is because it only installs the earliest stable release. I am trying to install MYSQL 5.6.
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Aug
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comment Chmod wont stick
Yeah I tried that also. I also tried setting the umaks in all these directories /etc/profile<br/> /etc/bashrc<br/> /etc/sysconfig/httpd<br/> /etc/init.d/rc.d/httpd<br/> Yet still nothing. I added the php user to the apache group also. Nothing. I uploaded the file and manually chmoded it 777 for the hell of it and then tried to write to it with the php script. Crazy, but still did not work. This boggles me so much. The csv files are all user apache the php is user foo. I played around with the users and groups a lot. Nothing...
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revised Chmod wont stick
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Aug
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comment Chmod wont stick
Whats weird is that even though the file is 666 chmod, its still coming up false on a isreadable() php function.. sigh I'm almost at my limit.
Aug
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Aug
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accepted Chmod wont stick
Aug
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comment Chmod wont stick
Well by placing umask 000 at the bottom of /etc/sysconfig/httpd it now changes the permission of the files to 666. Its not 777 but I'll be happy with its all the read write permissions that I wanted? Thanks.
Aug
5
comment Chmod wont stick
Why the down votes. It seems like if your not an advanced developer presenting complex problems on this board you get negged. What is wrong with having a simple problem when you are a beginner? Are beginners not allowed on Stackoverflow? Did not I show effort on my part to resolve this problem instead of just lookinf for a handout? Why do people keep doing this.
Aug
5
comment Chmod wont stick
There is literally hundreds of different solutions online. I am going through each and everyone, editing and rebooting. By the end of this my server will be a piece of junk and I'll have to format. Can anyone please help me? Just simply want to change default chmod on a file directory. That's it.
Aug
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Aug
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comment Chmod wont stick
I made the changes to my post to reflect the XHR. @ewwhite I tried the solutions in the links you gave me but none of them worked. Files are still being uploaded as 644 instead of 777. I changed the umask in /etc/profile, I went into ssh and executed echo "umask 000" >> /etc/sysconfig/httpd, and rebooted my server after each step. Still nothing. I am actually surprised such a non meta task (or I would think changing default chmod would be run of the mill) could be so difficult.
Aug
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revised Chmod wont stick
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Aug
5
comment Chmod wont stick
I tried using a different, non root user, with the same line but still no dice. Just the default 644 chmod setting. The files are being uploaded through XHR.
Aug
5
comment Chmod wont stick
I tried > umask000 chmod -Rv 777 files but it didn't work. It changed the permission for the files currently in the directory to 777, but, did not take effect for future files.
Aug
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comment Chmod wont stick
I know I know, but the server itself is isolated and no one can access it. Those who can should be able to 777. Thanks for the concern though.