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18.10.01

I think Michel is a little mistaken about the security holes. About the CHMOD stuff, could you just simply get gzip to remember file permissions? I know that is absolutely possible, I just forgot the flag for it. : )  I also conveniently forgot the CHMOD of the template file, but I kind of noticed that all the php files in my directory had the same permissions, being 755. I'm going to CHMOD them all to something better, I hope. *some moments later* Yes, editing the CHMOD value works, I did it to 775, that kind of works because the server is working on the Groups part (with user nobody, of course), and not owner or world, because nobody IS a user, therefore any files that are portals to file-editing should always have a *7* value. At least that's what my notes say.
ian @ 11:26:34 810
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michel v - email - url
what does gzip have to do with file permissions ?????????????
and yes, editing the CHMOD value works, there's a reason why it's written somewhere on the template page. : ) 
18.10.01 @ 20:30:11 187

 

ian - email - url
i mean getting gzip to remember file permissions when you compress files, you need to have a special flag i think. i think it's -f, but I'm not on my Mac.
20.10.01 @ 05:20:52 556

 

michel v - email - url
I cannot do that anyway, because I can't chmod files on my Windows machine (I gzip and bzip2 with Cygwin). And since most users are running Windows, it would not be really efficient as they would unzip the tar.gz file and the chmods would be lost on their harddrives.
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