I am trying to move filename.tar.gz from server A to Server B with root at both, i have moved filename into a web accessable folder and chmod the file 755, when i go to wget filename from server A I get...
I've just did a 'wget' on a file that's quiet large (2.3GB), and now I'm wanting to serve the file through one of my accounts. The ownership and permissions of the file have already been changed to reflect the specific account; however, when I browse to the file through the web it will not pick up the filesize nor allow me to download the file stating 403 - Forbidden Access.
Is there some setting that needs to be changed to allow users to download a file of this size? or am I missing a permission command?
I just want to use wget command to transfer data from a shared host to dedicated server.Anybody knows how to set wget to download the .htaccess file and keep the file/directory's permission the same as they used to be on the old server? I only knows these:wget -b -c -r -l0 -np -nH -t0
I run a web hosting company and one of my servers is a LAMP server running CentOs 5. A user of mine has a Joomla installation running to manage his website and he has run into the following problem that I am puzzled by.
When Joomla adds a component or module to itself, or when a user uses the Joomla upload functionality, Joomla will add the new files under the user name "apache". This makes sense as it is the apache service running PHP that is actually creating the files.
However, when he FTP's into the account to modify these files, he doesn't have the appropriate permissions to do so as he doesn't have a root level login, just permissions on his home directory which is the site. Any help would be much appreciated.
Also, does anyone know how to change the owner/group of a directory and all of its sub directories in Linux without changing the actual permissions? I.e. some of the files in the folder have different permissions (0644 as apposed to 0755) than its parent but if I do a top down user/group change on the folder it will change everything in that folder to 0755.
My client wants to send SMS from his new website that we are making. How can I enable this feature ...? What's the easiest way?
(The reason I'm posting this question in this forum is that I'm just guessing that this has something to do with web hosting. But, admin, if I'm wrong about this, please move this to a different forum.)
I read that Clickatell is a good service to use to provide this service on our website. Did anyone here use this service before? If so, what did you think about it? Is it easy to set up?
I am running a Fedora Core 4 VPS with Apache 2.0.53 I think.
I would really like to install/enable WebDAV so that I can mount some of the server storage as a drive on my computer for easy file manipulation from desktop, laptop, gf's house, etc. without having to carry the files around with me all the time.