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  • Shachar
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    Thanks Scott

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  • Scott MacVicar
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    using the URL of the file will force it to make a connection via HTTP which is slower than reading it from the file system.

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  • Shachar
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    I know how to CHMOD and the file was CHMODED just fine with 777 permissions. The problem was I should've used full directory path and not the URL of the file, I don't know exactly why, it should work both ways, but it solved it.

    Thanks anyway guys

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  • Riklund
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    how to chmod it with PHP.

    This is an example of how to CHMOD a file with PHP:
    PHP Code:
    // the file
    $file 'file_to_be_chmodded.txt';
    // copy the old umask and set it to 0
    $old_umask umask(0);
    // chmod the file
    chmod($file0666);
    // reset the umask
    umask($old_umask); 

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  • Xelopheris
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    The file isn't CHModed properly. You have to CHMod a file to at least 666 before PHP can write to it.

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  • Shachar
    started a topic What does this error means?

    What does this error means?

    PHP Code:
    failed to open streamHTTP wrapper does not support writeable connections 
    And how do I fix it?
    Happening when i'm trying to write to a file.
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