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Re: Apache- CGI

Eileen Orbell <eileen@orbell.com> writes:
> I installed the apache module yesterday using apt-get.
> I have just changed to debian as RH was getting me down.  Anyway's I
> edited the httpd.conf file and see no mention of "CGI" at all.  In RH
> The lines were already in the conf file I just needed to edit them to
> my needs.  Also 1 more debian questions and that is file permissions.
> Can i chmod a whole directory and its contents?  I have a images
> directory but chmod 777 images or whatever does not change the files
> within the directory.  Thanks for any help.

Can't help with the CGI, but you can apply chown recursively using the
"-R" flag, eg., "chown -R 777 images" should do the trick, assuming
images is a directory.

Suggest: man chmod


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