That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I bump into an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably know..
I just unzipped the oscommerce-2.2ms2 to my C:\OS Full Program.
My FileZilla FTP program Shows the File Attributes on my Remote Site:.
Owner Permissions: Read, Write, Execute.
Group Permissions:Read , Write, Execute.
Public Permissions: Read, Write, Execute.
(I know I changed a bunch all at once on accident..
However the File Attributes are NOT on my Local. For this reason I have no idea what folders need what permissions..
Is this on your localhost system, which is not live out to the world? are you having problems accessing things?..
I messed up the permissions on my live new website. I was wondering what is the best way to get all the permissions from /catalog down back to factory defaults so to speak..
Again I ask is this on your localhost or is this on a *nix box?..
My problem is not on my local home pc. It's on my ISP server. You should know I can change the permissions and have access. I just don't know what to change them too..
I don't know what a *nix box is so I don't think I have one..
I was using my ftp program to change some permissions on a few image files and I accidently changed permissions on a bunch of files and folders. Is there a way I can fix this (Maybe with a reinstall) I really don't want to loose the work I have already done? I have no idea what the permissions were for the folders and files under catalog. Should I just start over?.
Download a spare copy of osc - and see what the permissions are on that and duplicate on your store...