[LON-CAPA-users] publishing questions
Thu, 23 Jan 2003 15:36:13 -0500
Yes, since the files did not change, the publication skips them. Hmm ...
let me think about that one ...
But since you have been going in ssh anyway (usually not recommended
...), as user souza:
[/home/souza]$ cp -R public_html/* tmp
[/home/souza]$ mv public_html backup
[/home/souza]$ mv tmp public_html
Now as root:
[/home/souza]# chown -R www:souza public_html
If that works, you can remove /home/souza/backup
Travis Souza wrote:
> >>> email@example.com 01/23/03 11:21AM >>>
> Gerd Kortemeyer wrote:
> > Travis Souza wrote:
> > > Is there a way I can force the directories to re-publish
> > > using the default.meta?
> > You can edit the "default.meta" with teh "Directory Catalog
> > button. What you type there applies to the directory and all
> ... after saving the info, you will need to press "Publish Directory
> and Sub
> Directories". Hi Gerd,I edited the default.meta after I published the
> first time. When I tried to republish the directory it skips all of
> the files because they have not changed. I know that I can fix them
> individually but there are quite a few files. When I republish and
> individual resource it is updated with the contents of
> default.meta. Thanks. P.S. I also screwed up after failing to
> republish and moved some files around through ssh and messed up the
> permissions. I am getting errors when I try to publish from
> directories that I modified saying 'no write pemission to directory'.
> It looks like I need to chown the directories to www:souza as the
> problem areas seem to be set as souza:souza. Am I hosed?
> > > Also when publishing from directories there
> > > seems to be no way to limit the scope of the resources to domain
> > In "Directory Catalog Information", type the word "domain" under
> > "copyright".
> Again, make sure to re-publish.
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