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Apr 6, 2010

I have a php script that I want to create a file and allow it to be downloaded. I know the dangers of chmodding a directory to 777 so I am trying to avoid this.

What I have done is logged in through ssl as root.

Navigated to the directory where the directory I want to chown is located. I then perform:

chown -R apache directory

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I tried this:
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[Code].....

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3. Then, I dont know how to do.

4. Finally, I close the directory

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Finding all ._* files under /src and moving them to /dest recreating folder1 or the others which contains ._* files but without moving files which does not correspond to the pattern.

Code:

I tried find command and I'am getting all needed files

Code:

But I don't know how to use the output to get the parent folder of files which are found to

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