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I need help on how to set file permission

 
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Good day everyone, I need help on how to set file permission for php files. I have image at c:/data/photo.gif directory that I want to upload to a database.
my database username is root and password is root76. How do I proceed. Thanks
 
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if you're using linux, chmod 777 dirname or if windows, set the permissions using admin panel. Thats it
 
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Am not using linux. am using windows xp
 
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muntago Richard wrote:Good day everyone, I need help on how to set file permission for php files. I have image at c:/data/photo.gif directory that I want to upload to a database.



I don't understand why you would need to set any file permissions for that. Where did you get that idea and what file did you think you needed to set a file permission on?
 
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