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    trajillo's Avatar Fitter Happier
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    does any1 know where i can find a free host that supports PHP and also allows folder write permissons???

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    Is this what you mean?


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    yea i have no idea what he is talking about

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    Permissions as in CHMOD?



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    hey nar i'm amking a flash portal and i need a host that supports file writing permissions soo ppl will be able to upload .swf to my server?

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    Get any host that will allow you to change permissions. Get a php host for eg: and chmod the permissions to 777.
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    Originally posted by trajillo@2 December 2003 - 04:10
    hey nar i&#39;m amking a flash portal and i need a host that supports file writing permissions soo ppl will be able to upload .swf to my server?
    First of all, any host that allows php will more than likely have to allow write permissions because php goes well with sql and you cant write to a database without write permissions.............dah.

    Alsthough sql is not required for php, the two of them still make a damn good pair.

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