Cant create directory error

Carlos M carlosandres01 at
Wed Apr 27 18:41:39 CEST 2005

Hi guys thanks a lot for your answers i solve the problem already,
actually all of you were right, i was running Apache as www user, so i
configure the script permisions enabling  read, write and execution
for www.

Additionally on my script, i put the output path of the decrypt file
on a directory that www has write and read permisions and all works
just fine.

Thanks a lot to all of you.

Carlos Andres Medina

On 4/26/05, Peter Jones <pete at> wrote:
> On Tue, 26 Apr 2005 05:32 am, Henry Hertz Hobbit wrote:
> > I don't know whether he has Apache in a default config on a 'nix box
> > or what.  I am assuming he has some version of 'nix with the word
> > "root" in the lines.  If it is a default config, then he has an Apache
> > user:
> Indeed.  I seem to recall an early install using "nobody" -- but maybe I'm
> wrong...
> And yes, I too assumed a *nix environment from the mention of "root".  In
> a Windows (NT) environment, Apache runs as a "local system account" --
> presumably its own account -- and will not have access to anything
> specific to another user's account (ie, "My Documents" or whatever) and,
> depending on LAN configuration, may not have access to network drives.
> It can, of course, be configured to login under any account name you
> like...
> Pete.
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