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|0000605||SiT!||permissions||public||2009-03-25 18:24||2009-03-26 10:40|
|Status||closed||Resolution||no change required|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0000605: Wrong permissions on attachments directory|
|Description||I have installed SIT for the second time, version 3.45 and when SIT creates the attachment dir during setup.php install (attachment dir with what looks to be an MD5 hash appended to it) the permissions are as such|
4.0K dr----x--t 2 apache apache 4.0K Mar 25 19:20 attachments-7bd024b4c32099f38da498e1198de0e3
If you try to add an attachment you will receive several errors. Changing the permissions to 755 fixes the issue.
I have chosen that this is always reproducible, but the fact is that I've only installed SIT twice, but have had 100% success at reproducing this 'bug'.
I have had a squiz at the code but I'm not much of a PHP whizz, so I'll leave the conclusions to the experts.
|Additional Information||This of course may not be a bug. I am not familiar with the 't' in linux file permissions. It did however cause me some troubles.|
I'm running CentOS 5.2 64 bit on a Sun X2100 M2 machine.
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Thanks for the bug report, however SiT doesn't set the permissions on this directory as it is not able to from php as far as I know. The setup script does say that you should set permissions manually during the install.
Closing this as it's not something we can control as far as I know.
|2009-03-25 18:24||conor||New Issue|
|2009-03-26 10:40||ivan||Note Added: 0000838|
|2009-03-26 10:40||ivan||Status||new => closed|
|2009-03-26 10:40||ivan||Resolution||open => no change required|
|2009-04-21 11:31||ivan||Relationship added||related to 0000655|
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