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HR
Novice

Jun 15, 2001, 6:32 PM

Post #1 of 2 (466 views)
File permissions Can't Post

Never seen this before. I installed a forum to test out. Got it running, decided to uninstall it, and ran into a folder that is apparently indestructible. Can't delete the files in it. Can't change their file permissions. Can't change the file permissions of the directory the files are in. Can't upload anything to the directory. How in the world do you get rid of such a thing? Am on a UNIX server, have tried repeatedly to set everything to 777 and take them out. Won't let me do it though WS FTP. Would telnet work any better?



PerlKid
stranger

Jun 15, 2001, 8:33 PM

Post #2 of 2 (461 views)
Re: File permissions [In reply to] Can't Post

http://www.cybernox.com/scripts/wipeout.txt

--Drew
http://www.camelsoup.com

Code
s;[\d\$&(\^)];;g+s;\.; ;g+s;(.)(..);$2$1;g+print,if$_='&61k4I.)l6il.edn7(K2e^ny$';


 
 


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