On Fri, 2001-11-16 at 17:49, Caspar Kennerdale wrote:
> I am writing files to my server using
> $fp = fopen("myfile.txt", "w");
> this all works. However in the php manual it says that by using the "w"
> switch that php will create the file if it doesn exist
> However this does not seem to work
> I can only write to a file that already exists and has CHMOD 777
> Is this a school boy error or do I need my server re configured?

Sounds like the webserver doesn't have permission to write into that
directory. Permissions 777 lets anyone write to the file, so there's a
good chance I'm right.


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