you just have to chmod the directory where you would copy
files to. try chmod 777. all users should have write permissions
"Val Petruchek" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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> Hello, php-world!
> I'm developing web-based file manager and need to call unlink(), copy(),
> May be you've already guessed that i failed with them because of
> How can i avoid this? Maybe using `command line` and logging in before
> calling funcs.
> I'm using php 4.1.0 on FreeBsd 4.x.
> .htacess solution doen't suit because of unavailable sysadmin.
> Please help
> Valentin Petruchek (aki Zliy Pes)
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