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Cpanel Zip File Extration Error In File Manager!!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by FactoryNet1, Oct 23, 2003.

  1. FactoryNet1

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    Hello, we upgraded our WHM to 8.5.4 and cPanel to 8.5.4-R7 a couple of days ago. Our file manager would not allow us to extract a zipped file. It would give us the error:

    File Type: Zip archive data, at least v2.0 to extract


    How do we fix this? Thanks alot! :D
     
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    Does anyone know why?:confused:
     
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    Is there a way I can fix this? I really need this working since a client wants to use it very much. :(
     
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    oh, so I would have to update my gzip in order for it to work?
    My gzip version: 1.3.3
    tar version: 1.13.25

    Thanks alot
     
    #4 FactoryNet1, Oct 24, 2003
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    Found the problem

    You need to install "UNZIP" under 'Install and RPM' is WHM.

    Mine worked instantely after I did this.

    Tim - Internethosting.cc
     
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    when you unzip a zip file does it place the correct permissions on the files?
     
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    it should do that. And anyways the files are extracted as the user (if i m not wrong) so the permissions should b fine.
     
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    well when we unzip them it sets the dir at 700 instead of 755 and the files at 600 instead of 644
     
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    Does anyone has a script which change the file permissions regularly? Or is there a fix in cpanel File Manager? Many Thanks.
     
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    Is there some way to fix this? I am still having this problem.
     
    #10 globalpro, Jun 1, 2008
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