George Larson wrote:
I guess I was a little vague. I'm working on an OpenSUSE setup with Apache,
MySQL and PHP. I just knew that my confusion was because of my Windows
The writing I referred to was to a file. One example is I had a script that
was pulling data from a database and using it to generate PDF files. This
would work fine from the command line but _not_ if I pointed a browser at
it. It wasn't an important difference because that script is a cronjob
anyway. I just wanted to understand what was going on and how I could
change it -- if I find later that I need to.
Give the user apache runs as permission to write to the directory where
the PDF files are generated.
I don't know what use apache run as on SuSE but if it was, say, www - as
chown www /path/to/directory/where/you/want/the/output
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