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From Robert Landrum <rland...@capitoladvantage.com>
Subject RE: Doh; StatINC can't find files?
Date Tue, 06 Feb 2001 21:39:56 GMT
My mistake.  I misread the orginial message.  It was referring to the 
/home/USER directory, not the /home/USER/public_html directory.

If you set /home/USER to 701, and /home/USER/public_html to 755, then 
everything is works great and things stay more secure than having 
/home/USER 755.

Double Doh!

Rob

> >>>>> "RL" == Robert Landrum <rlandrum@capitoladvantage.com> writes:
>
>RL> Under Linux, 'x' does mean execute... from the chmod manpage
>
>RL>         The letters `rwxXstugo' select the new permissions for the
>RL>         affected users: read (r), write (w),  execute  (or  access
>RL>         for directories) (x), execute only if the file is a direc-
>
>But it is a directory, so it means "access".  If you know the file
>name, you can access it.
>
>You just need to ensure that you don't need to read the directory
>itself, if you don't want "r" permissions.


Robert L. Landrum
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