i thought (could be wrong) that directories need execute to read within them, files only need r+w, to make a directory readable.. i always chmod 755 my directories and 644 my files (or in your case chmod 777 directories and 666 files, but i don't recommend that at all).
sometimes, i chgrp nobobdy [file/dir] and then 775 [dir] or 664 [file] so that apache can have access, and your user, but not anybody else. make sure that doesn't mess anything else that might want access locally up. "Psy Berpunk" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]... > I am running using php with apache and curl on a redhat machine. > All the installs are very recent with recent versions. > Processing of .phtml from the html directory is working great except: > > I am getting perm denied with fopen for a directory that is set to 666 > for permissions, and owned by the same user and group as specified in > httpd.conf: apache > > Something strange is going on here, as I have verified and reverified > the paths and httpd config and test code, and either 666 or ownership > should > be enough and I'm still getting permission denied. > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php