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    Hi There,
    I got 15gigs of webspace and i want to "give" my bro a gig of space.
    So for example: www.bob.mydomain.com or
    www.mydomain.com/bob
    Is there a way i can asign 1 gig of space to that sub directory?
    Thnx
    Monkeyhead

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    is it a local hosted site, or a hosting company.

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    Originally posted by monkeyhead@12 February 2004 - 17:30
    what u mean?
    do u host the website on your own computer, or is it through a hosting company?

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    hosting company

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    u coudl maybe ask them to do it, although im not to sure, or u could just make the folder /bob on your server, which would be accesibile via www.domain.com/bob/ and just let him upload.

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    isnt there scripts thtat do the job?

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    i dont think there would be a script, but u may be able to give different permisiions to that folder, so that only he has acces.

    infatc, u may be able to make a access script, so that he can upload things via that, and that so only 1 gig can be uploaded.

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    Umm, you can write a program that checks the size of the folder and if its more than 1 gig then it emails you. I dont know if you can assign that much space yourself through conventional ways.

    Otherwise just create a sub domain that points to a folder and give him the password. But using ftp he can upload to other dir's as well. Talk to your hosting company and see what they say about it.
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    If he dosn&#39;t need to transfer big files via FTP, but can upload them the traditional way (via Browser) then you may want to look for a "File Manager" at Hot Scripts

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