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Bringing the internet highway into your project? Building FTP, HTTP, email, chat or other client solutions?

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kevinmiller
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Welcome to the Internet forum!

Post by kevinmiller » Fri Apr 07, 2006 7:04 pm

Runtime Revolution would like to welcome you to the Internet forum!

Please review the general forum FAQ at http://forums.runrev.com/phpBB2/faq.php for etiquette on posting in Revolution forums.

The purpose of this forum is to discuss internet or network oriented projects. Building FTP, HTTP, email, chat or other client solutions?

This forum is an official forum run by Runtime Revolution, Ltd. There are employees of Runtime Revolution that visit these forums, however there is not constant observation. If you notice someone breaking the rules, being abusive, asking or sharing warez, or violating the general terms and conditions of using the site or Runtime Revolution products, we hope you will take the time to report these violations to a forum moderator.

Thank you again for being a Runtime Revolution customer! I look forward to your participation here on this forum - its the best place to share your tips, tricks and techniques with Revolution.

Kind regards,

Kevin Miller, CEO
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Re: Welcome to the Internet forum!

Post by bluick » Wed Jun 23, 2010 7:23 am

Hey there. Any hints on setting permission in apache2? i have it running on ubuntu 9x server. My revlet creates a text file and calls via a shell command to an external program to read and act on the text file (starting values for an optimization problem). the external executes and writes out a text file. the revlet reads it back and displays the results. Works fine as long as I don't use apache, ie, the sh commands do it fine, but not from the embedded web code. Bret

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Re: Welcome to the Internet forum!

Post by Mark » Wed Jul 07, 2010 4:41 pm

Dear bluick,

Please, create a new topic in a relevant location instead of adding your question to the welcome message.

Best,

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