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Re: [Phpgroupware-developers] Filemanager: The saga goes on

From: Bob Crandell
Subject: Re: [Phpgroupware-developers] Filemanager: The saga goes on
Date: Thu, 19 Jun 2003 15:09:25 +0000

This didn't help.  These users do have access to phpwebhosting and filemanager.
They just can't upload anything.  They can edit the comments of a file that was
uploaded before this problem started.  I think I've checked all the usual 
now I need to know about the unusual ones.  What else would keep a file from 

BTW, I noticed on a failed upload the next screen says
Back to file manager

A successful upload says
Created /home/Bob/iptables    (103B)

Back to file manager

I did this:
>Compare your php.ini to the doc in
>/path/to/phpgroupware/phpgwapi/doc/php-configuration.txt - or something

No joy.


Dave Hall (address@hidden) wrote:
>Bob Crandell <address@hidden> wrote:
>> My client that can't upload anymore (it had been working for a
>> long time) was using
>> phpWebHosting.  I believe that has been dropped in favor of
>> FileManager.  I did a
>> CVS update a few minutes ago.  There is no ACL for fileManager.
>> I'm trying to use
>> the ACL for phpWebHosting to control FileManager but it won't
>> accept changes
>> anymore.  If I remove phpWebHosting nobody has permission to get
>> into FileManager.
>> I seem to remember a thread about this a while back but I can't
>> find it now.
>Ok, I have committed a change for group based ACL for filemanager.
>I had a problem with no users having access to the filemanager.  The way
>around this is to run this SQL:
>UPDATE phpgw_acl
>SET acl_appname = 'filemanager'
>WHERE acl_appname = 'phpwebhosting';
>> Powered by phpGroupWare version
>> Slackware 8.1
>> PHP 4.3.1
>> MySQL 3.23.51
>> Register_globals=ON
>> The logs show activity but no errors.
>Compare your php.ini to the doc in
>/path/to/phpgroupware/phpgwapi/doc/php-configuration.txt - or something
>like that.

Bob Crandell
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