[UPHPU] recursively set directories and files different
Wade Preston Shearer
lists at wadeshearer.com
Wed Jan 9 18:54:43 MST 2008
> My understanding is that the default permissions for directories are
> 0755 and for files 0644, which turns on execution for directories
> but not files. If you need to change the defaults, you use the umask:
Thanks. Yes, that makes sense now (with past experience and the tests
I have been running). Being reminded of that, I went and ran some more
tests and it turns out that there is something else that confuses me.
None of the files (even the ones that I want to be executable) are
executable. I thought that a script file (such as one containing PHP
code) had to be executable in order to be served up. Does the
executable permission only apply to executing things from the command
line and not what Apache can and cannot serve?
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