[pmwiki-users] Problem with trashing deleted files from a folder

ABClf languefrancaise at gmail.com
Thu Oct 20 18:49:23 CDT 2011

About strategy, did you try to download all the folder ?
using httrack for exemple ? or wget maybe ? or something else ?
if that would work, then you will have to clean it locally, delete the
hosted folder, reupload and protect in a better way.


2011/10/20 kirpi at kirpi.it <kirpi at kirpi.it>:
> Eric and Peter,
> Thank you for your answers.
> Shell commands scare me a lot.
> I would prefer to avoid all those text based solutions, and more when
> requiring more or less advanced Regular Expressions.
> Out of my experience I know that even a tiny error there (a single
> misplaced character) might bear to unforeseen and destructive results.
> This, coupled with the fact that my required action here is to
> "delete" files, is more than enough to make me quite scared.
>> Another possibility would be to install some sort of PHP file manager
> I just tried with a file manager my host makes available to its customers.
> After a long while I got:
>   Gateway Time-out
>   The gateway did not receive a timely response
>      from the upstream server or application.
> I then googled for php file managers to be installed on my website.
> Some of them require a database, so I skipped them.
> I finally found one [1] which, although not refined, is said to work.
> The good side of it is that it works out of a single file, just to be
> uploaded into the server.
> So I did, and gave 777 permissions, made sure that the file starts
> with <?php instead of just <? (I've read that there is a difference,
> at times) but all I got was a
>    500 Internal Server Error
> I then uploaded a fancier and probably more advanced tool [2], this
> time made out of more than 1200 files. No database required.
> I gave 777 permissions to all files (just in case) but, again, all I
> got was, again
>    500 Internal Server Error
> Thus...
> I'll probably kill Blog-It out of my system, trash all folders, and
> just place a link at the bottom of pages, the traditional way:
>   if you have something to say,
>   please send me an email :-)
> Luigi
> ----
> [1] phpFileManager - http://phpfm.sourceforge.net/
> [2] AjaXplorer - http://www.ajaxplorer.info/
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