I have downloaded Geeklog 1.4.1 from this site onto my local computer - I will be using FTP access to upload it.
I'm trying to understand what is being said http://www.geeklog.net/docs/install.html#install
- at this link. I make out that if I used FTP I need to upload the entire Geeklog file (once extruded from tar file) onto my FTP htdocs file?
The step 3 -
For *nix installations cd into /path/to/geeklog and do the following:
chmod -R 775 logs
chmod -R 775 data
chmod -R 775 backups
chmod -R 775 public_html/backend
chmod -R 775 public_html/images/articles
chmod -R 775 public_html/images/topics
chmod -R 775 public_html/images/userphotos
FTP Users: If you're doing the chmod via a FTP client, you must also apply the chmod to the files in logs/ and public_html/backend as well as the directories themselves. Most, if not all, ftp clients do not perform this command recursively. That means you need to set each file within each of these directories manually.
Could someone please explain in simple steps what this means, becuase I don't have a clue.
Thanks very much.