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settings.php permission set to 644 - can't write to file?
Forgive me if the answer exists elsewhere on the forum, but I couldn't find it via search. If it exists, please point me to the proper discussion. My settings.php file (in /conf) repeatedly gets set to 644 permissions from 755. I am no *nix guru but from what I have read trying to figure this out is that 644 is not much different from 755 for these purposes...but the forum will complain that the file doesn't have write access. I'll get this error, say, when I try and edit the text of the banner in "application settings". I have to delete the file and upload a fresh copy manually. Not the end of the world, but could it be an extensions conflict? A server problem?
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