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  1. #1
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    Post nuke question ...

    Has anyone had issues with a client's config file changing mysteriously? It has happened on 2 different servers over the last week.

    Let me know if you guys have experienced this.
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  2. #2
    I have a lot of first hand experience with PostNuke and I have never heard of anything like that happening before...

    Did the user(s) delete the Install.php?

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    Yes, the install.php has been deleted in both incidents ... it's very strange ...
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    what are the permissions on the file set to?

    Are there any other scripts running alongisde it which may be interfering with the postnuke config file? Not sure how they might be but you never know.

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    do you chmod the config after you finsh? you could chattr +i the config from ssh
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    Thanks thelinuxguy ... I forgot about "chattr" ... I will try that and see what happens.

    Also, they are chmod'd to 644
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