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We are using AIX machines. How to create all files generated in a directory with 644 permissions automatically.
Suresh (11 Replies)
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Hi pls help me out to short out this problem
rm: PAB113_011.out: override protection 644 (yes/no)? n
If i give y it remove the file.
But i added the rm command as a part of ksh file and i tried to remove the file. Its not removing and the the file prompting as... (9 Replies)
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I send an attachment 123.pdf using the below script:-
<< script content >>
/usr/lib/sendmail -C sendmail.cf firstname.lastname@example.org << END
`uuencode 123.pdf 123.pdf`
However, the message I got in gmail look like:-
begin 644 123.pdf
... garbage ...
... many... (4 Replies)
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Could any one please help me in performing the following?
We have the following folder:
Users from different country places files in this folder using FTP (These users uses different flavors of FTP tools).
Our... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: vfrg
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I've searched and read, and searched and read some more; but I'm still not connecting the dots or understanding what I need to change.
I have a script that creates a file. If I run it as root, the file gets created with 644 permissions like I want. That seems to make sense (at least I... (2 Replies)
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I am using a Cobalt Raq4 with Apache web server. I am trying to set the intermediate SSL certificate. I have edited httpd.conf and have created the intermediate SSL certificate text file.
However when I try to upload the text file via ftp I get a "Permission denied" message. I am the server... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: dennisheazle
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i want to change file permision of remote dir using FTP.
is that possible?
what i'm doing is i'm simply doing chmod 777 filename after establishing the connection with remote server using ftp...
but the result showing is
550 SITE CHMOD command failed.
can any body plz help?... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: panknil
I need help on how to configure file permission to be set to 755 whenever user ftp the files from their notebook to the AIX server. Currently when the user ftp the files, the default permission is 640. Please help me to vi the required files.
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Discussion started by: raybakh
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Working out of AIX 4.3's .
have machine (a) and machine (b)
umask on both machines is 'umask 022'.
as user root (these are trivial machines hence dummies like me have root access) when i Ftp files from a to b , why is it that I loose the original file permissions. After the ftp I have to chmod... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: buRst