There was actually a brief thread about this last night. If you're using
Apache, you could look into suexec--this may or may not be a possibility
depending on the degree of control that you have on your server.
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I need to chmod files which are owned by a nother user than nobody with
a php script runing from a browser.
lets say i have a file called image.gif and I want to
chmod(imgage.gif, 0777); and I want to run it as user: myuser with
Can I do this?
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