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Dear all,

I develop one file broswer which using CGI programming in C and use apache as the server.

My browser will browse into the directory and user can view the file, edit delete and save. My problem is that : I can not access to file to open even for reading.
My CGI program is placed in the "/var/www/cgi-bin/". Actually I can only open and read the directory "/tmp" but I can not access to file in this directory.
I have set all the permission to the file , " chmod 777 filename " but still I can not open and read.
If I run my program in other directory , I will work.I can open and read the file.

My code to view file :


and it always show "The file is not readable!!!"

I'm using Fedora Core3, my friends who use Debian.. they can access to the file and read it. So I think it's OS problem but I really dont know how to solve it.

I would appreciate your help!

Regards,
Moniphal
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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