130 reputation
15
bio website
location
age
visits member for 2 years, 9 months
seen Apr 10 '13 at 12:21

Jul
18
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
12
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
28
accepted VSFTPD Config for Upload of Files
Nov
28
comment VSFTPD Config for Upload of Files
Thank you Rilindo! chown was it. If I could give two checks I would.
Nov
28
revised VSFTPD Config for Upload of Files
added 62 characters in body
Nov
28
comment VSFTPD Config for Upload of Files
The feedback I am getting from FileZilla is: "553 Could not create file." "Error: Critical file transfer error". I have been trying to uplaod to var/ftp . I have also added anon_root=/var/ftp since posting.
Nov
28
comment VSFTPD Config for Upload of Files
SELinux is disabled for testing. How do I make the directories under pub writable?
Nov
28
awarded  Editor
Nov
28
revised VSFTPD Config for Upload of Files
edited body
Nov
28
asked VSFTPD Config for Upload of Files
Nov
27
comment Run Perl Script on Apache2/Redhat5.5
As it turns out, the problem had something to do with the text not being in the right format. And, I have been uploading with sftp. For the benefit of others, Something must have happened when I downloaded the script to my windows machine. Simnply copying it over to a new .pl file in Notepad++ (an IDE) seems to have fixed it... the exact same file! Thanks for the tips.
Nov
27
accepted Run Perl Script on Apache2/Redhat5.5
Nov
27
comment Run Perl Script on Apache2/Redhat5.5
Scratch that first half of my previous reply. I just ran /usr/bin/perl -v and it shows perl v5.8.8 is running. (I made an error by leaving out the first "/".)
Nov
27
comment Run Perl Script on Apache2/Redhat5.5
Thanks. Regarding the first suggestion: I typed usr/bin/perl -v and received "No such file or directory". However, I should say that I have a SOAP .pl files running in the same cgi-bin directory and that this SOAP file is regularly called by a SOAP client with "myIpAddress/cgi-bin/scriptName.pl" and it has been working fine for a few months. Regarding the second suggestion, I am not sure if this is pertinent, but I did run chmod +x file_upload.pl and the command line made no complaints when I ran it.
Nov
27
comment Error Logs in Apache2/Redhat_5.5 - Where?
Thanks. Is this the same for all or most Apache configurations on Linux or is this particular to RedHat5.5?
Nov
27
asked Run Perl Script on Apache2/Redhat5.5
Nov
27
asked Error Logs in Apache2/Redhat_5.5 - Where?
Nov
20
awarded  Supporter
Oct
8
awarded  Student
Oct
7
awarded  Scholar