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Changing permissions from File Manager

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by dxer, Jan 23, 2004.

  1. dxer

    dxer Well-Known Member

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    Is it possible and how, to change file permissions from cPanel's File Manager ?

    My client told me that he tried but changes are not staying the way he changed
     
  2. vijaykiran

    vijaykiran Well-Known Member

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    you can change the persmissions from the cpanel.
    goto cpanel-> file manager -> click on any file name/folder name ->
    you'll get a menu on the right frame. click on the change permissions ->
    select which permissions you want


    If your permission changing is not working.. this may be a solution :
    connect to the server using SSH.
    run the command
    pico /usr/local/cpanel/base/frontend/x2/files/changeperm.html

    and locate
    ............
    ............
    <cpanelFileman="changepe
    .........
    and put a space between "cpanel" and "Fileman"

    save the file

    it should solve the problem..
    PS: this one is for X2 Skin :)
     
  3. dxer

    dxer Well-Known Member

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    Thanks, changed.
    We will see if it is working
     
  4. erisen

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    Hello,
    Can someone please check this for me on their CPANELS.
    I can not get this feature to work. I can not change file permissions.
    It does not give error message, but it does not change permissions of any of the files!
    Thanks.
     
  5. dxer

    dxer Well-Known Member

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    For me, it worked this what vijaykiran told me to do.
     
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