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Having a few basic troubles.
Right, the problem lies with transfering files from one account, to another of a different user name and domain name.
I have account xxx123.com
and I tar'ed the files and moved them to:
xxx456.com. Now here is where the trouble is, via ftp I cant move or delete the files, which I believe is down to file ownership.
This isn't normally my line of business, thats what I hire techs for, but since this is a personal account i want to fix it myself
I get a 550 permission denied error. I have shell access.
what is the user and group of the files?
ls -la file.tar
The original owner is icewenet and the new user is imacag.
I tried chown -R icewenet:imacag public_html (after I tar xvf)
I believe you would need to do chown -R icewenet:imacag public_html/*
That sorted it, thanks alot matey! Cant believe I was so close, but also so far
Right, after doing this, it let me delete, move, chmod files, but I couldn't upload to the account.
So I ran /scripts/chownpublichtmls and it fixed it. So any idea what that script does?
when you did chown public_html/* it chowned every file under the public_html directory, not the public_html directory itself