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Tue Mar 4 05:20:10 GMT 2008
> Matt Mullenweg wrote:
>> If the permissions are lax enough, we should probably default to
>> doing the simplest thing possible, namely local file operations
>> without messing with FTP/etc.
> By "lax enough", I hope you're not meaning... "quick everyone, chmod
> the folders 777 to have this work right!" :P
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LOL, it is funny that two people using the same host can have completely
different problems. I feel for DD32. However, I'm using the Private
Server solution, if that helps, but I've never had a problem with
dreamhost forcing 777, since they've always used suPHP with me.
Probably check the "Use Extra Security..." Checkbox in the domain
hosting configuration and see if that helps.
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