Hint: Never change your directory or file to mod 777 that just invites
hackers, plus it is a bad habit.

The best thing is to make sure that your directory is owned by your
apache server and that it is writeable for that user...

Verify the user in your httpd.conf file and change the directory
ownership to that user.  Then give that user and only that user write
access to it...


On Fri, 2002-11-22 at 09:35, Vicky wrote:
> Hi!
> I'm using phpUpLoad but when I try to upload a file I get this error -
> Warning: Unable to create '/home/silversa/AC/files/Amber.pet': No such file
> or directory in /home/silversa/public_html/AC/do_upload.php on line 9
> Couldn't copy file.
> I made a directory called "files" in the folder incase that was the problem
> but it hasn't helped. I also made the path
> /usr/home/silversa/public_html/AC/ incase that was the problem but that
> didn't help either. Can you shed any light?
> Thanks ^_^
> Vicky

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