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  Apache Web-Serving with Mac OS X, Part 4
Subject:   Operation not permitted
Date:   2002-02-23 05:15:12
From:   adamsdv
I've been frustrated thru this tutorial by a consistant and troubling problem. Though I know the admin password, I don't seem to be able to change access rights on the files in /etc/httpd, or ...CGI-executables. I was able to create a new test-cgi file by copying the existing file's contents to a new test2-cgi with BBEdit. This cgi then worked just fine. I can change rights/owner on that file just fine, but if i try to do the same on test-cgi, I get "Operation not permitted" the same goes for trying to do anything with httpd.conf. I'm totally lost as 'su' then password simply responds with 'Sorry' Any ideas what my problem is?? Thanks

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  1. Kevin Hemenway photo Operation not permitted
    2002-02-25 08:22:12  Kevin Hemenway | O'Reilly AuthorO'Reilly Blogger [View]

    • Operation not permitted
      2002-02-25 14:56:57  adamsdv [View]

      • Operation not permitted
        2002-02-27 23:50:43  dredjohn [View]

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