I know... that's why I included all the info about how I chmod'ed both the
files and directories 777

> If you're running PHP as an Apache module it runs as the owner that Apache
> runs as and can only unlink files owned by that user unless the file you
> trying to unlink is world-writable.  This is a good thing.  Otherwise you
> could delete any file on the server.  If you're running PHP as a CGI then
> runs with the privileges of the user who owns the CGI file.
> --
> Steve Werby
> President, Befriend Internet Services LLC
> http://www.befriend.com/

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