How to solve delete file “Operation not permitted” on Linux

(: November 8, 2018) Sometimes it is necessary to prevent all users including root from deleting a file. This is often done by changing the file attributes on a Linux file system. The tool used to change file attributes in Linux and other Unix systems is chattr The format of a symbolic mode is +-=[acdeijstuADST]. The …

Windows: Fix Auth Errors When Modifying Users’ File Permissions

When you attempt to add or remove users from file and folder permissions within Windows Exporer, a logon box appears and does not accept your administrator username and password.  This may prevent you from modifying the permissions. Problem Cause By default, all Windows servers at sxi.io Web are connected to sxi.io Web’s Active Directory domain.  …

How To: Give a Linux User Root-level Access Using sudo

Linux has a robust permissions system. This is a very good thing, as it enables a clear separation of roles among users, especially between the root user and your average user. Sometimes, though, you might want your average user to have some or all of root’s privileges. In Linux, this is accomplished with sudo. Just …

Choosing a PHP Handler

PHP is an important part of your cPanel server. One aspect of PHP’s configuration that can be overlooked is the PHP handler. The PHP handler is the specific implementation of PHP on your server that interfaces with Apache. On a cPanel server, there are four main PHP Handlers: DSO CGI SuPHP FCGI Each has a …

File Upload Problems

Using Softaculous, a new CMS(Content Management System) such as WordPress, Joomla, or Mambo has been installed on your website.  It does not matter which CMS is installed, they all need to be able to write files on the server. However, they could show “permission denied” errors during the first-time setup or the first time an upload …

Remove Permissions for a MySQL User on Linux via Command Line

MySQL via Command Line 102: Basic User Interaction Create a MySQL User on Linux via Command Line Grant Permissions to a MySQL User on Linux via Command Line Remove Permissions for a MySQL User on Linux via Command Line Remove a MySQL User on Linux via Command Line Previous Series:MySQL via Command Line 101: Basic …

How To Change File Permissions with File Manager

Tutorial: cPanel File Manager I. How to Access cPanel File Manager II. Understanding Menu Items in File Manager III. Understanding File Structure in File Manager IV. How To Create New Files and Folders in File Manager V. How To Copy and Move Files in File Manager VI. How To Rename Files in File Manager VII. …