#21 I can't delete file on the partion different install apache

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nobody
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2007-10-20
2007-05-07
Anonymous
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Dear Sir !
I have install QuiXplorer OK to the website. But when i assign the ROOT DOCUMENTS to the DISK D: or E: (The apache is installed to C:). I can't delete any files but i can UPLOAD or CREATE a new file.
Please help me
Thanks

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  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    That's strange.. i'm sorry, for the moment i can give you no tips because i don't know the reason.
    I'll test it in my test installation at weekend and give you a response as soon as possible.

    best regards,
    amadeus74

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    I integrated an italian translation by Maurizio Pinotti in the current release. It can be found in the current Subverison trunk and will be published with the next release.

    However, feel free to review this installation and send me an improved version if you'll wind a better wording. Since i'm not that familiar with italian i cannot do this myself.

    As far as i know, the max file size depends on the php-settings. There are some comments for this topic in the trackers and forum, try the search function.

    If you do not find any solutions, contact me again with a more detail description of your problem.

    Best regards,
    amadeus74

     
  • Joe

    Joe - 2007-06-25

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    Please make sure the user which runs the Apache Web Service has MODIFY permissions on the D: and E: drives. You can find the name of user account which runs Apache by clicking on Start -> Run and then typing SERVICES.MSC

     
  • Joe

    Joe - 2007-06-25

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    I posted all of this in my last post but it didn't come through for some reason.....

    Please make sure the user which runs the Apache Web Service has MODIFY permissions on the D: and E: drives. You can find the name of user account which runs Apache by clicking on Start -> Run and then typing SERVICES.MSC and press ENTER. Find the Apache service and double click on it. Click the Logon tab on the Services Properties screen. The name of the service account will be listed here. If the LOCAL SYSTEM ACCOUNT option is selected, the account is SYSTEM.

    Now open My Computer and right click on the D: drive and select Properties. Click the Security tab and make sure the account you located above is listed in the panel and has MODIFY permissions. Do the same thing for the E: drive.

    If this doesn't work, please post your Operating System, PHP and Apache versions.

    -Joe

     
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