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kfm picture preview file permissions

Thread began 2/09/2011 8:55 am by this_is_me | Last modified 2/12/2011 8:07 am by this_is_me | 1284 views | 2 replies |


kfm picture preview file permissions

I noticed that after uploading, the pictures get 644 file permissions (owner can read & write, group, others can read only). But the thumbnails don't display in kfm file browser. Just empty frames. But it is not consistent (see screenshot22)
If at all this is a permission problem where are the settings?

Thank you

Also, with this file permissions it is not possible to move files in another directory, because you are not allowed to delete. Where do I find these settings, PLEASE?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the uploaded file permissions setting is in the webassist/kfm/initialize.php file:


try changing that to;

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thanks that was it

as always: chapeau!
it is interesting, but I should have known it. The server uses 'www-data' as user for handling kfm, whereas the ftp user has different file permissions. So, it makes a difference if I create a subdirectory via ftp or via kfm interface.

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