Andy McKay wrote:

> BTW: Im not a Unix guru but I dont think having everythin 777 is the most
> secure way of maintaining your installation...
>
> --
>   Andy McKay, Developer.
>   ActiveState.

Hi Andy, actually, if you are talking about permissions, this setting gives
anyone in the world read write and execution access to your
document(s)/directory(ies).  I think you want to set permissions as 755, with
owner and group set to nobody (at least for the /opt/zope directory and
sub-directories.  (allows only owner write access)  : )

ciao!
greg.




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