Chmod- changing UNIX file permissions

by Tom McCurdy
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Tom McCurdy
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SOMEONE please tell me how to change my access to a folder to 755. I have WS-FTP Pro and I thought all you had to do was right click and select ftp commands however this is not an option for me
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Click to select the file. Go to the File menu, select Operations, select FTP Commands, select CHMOD, and hit the buttons you want.

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Tom McCurdy
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I will try it that way sometime. I figured out how to do it in cpanel so it is very easy for me to to do it this way.

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Chmod- changing UNIX file permissions

the easiest way is just to telnet to the server, login in with your username and pword and change them with the chmod command.

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