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Offline nayan007

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Re: 10 Things Every Lunarpages Customer Should Know
« Reply #15 on: February 24, 2012, 01:07:56 PM »
I appreciate lunar pages Customer service team,their way of assistance is quick and fast.


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Re: 10 Things Every Lunarpages Customer Should Know
« Reply #16 on: April 05, 2012, 10:22:09 AM »
I appreciate lunar pages Customer service team,their way of assistance is quick and fast.


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Yeah, they do have that effect on people. ;-) :clap:
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Offline tharring

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Re: 10 Things Every Lunarpages Customer Should Know
« Reply #17 on: January 13, 2013, 11:13:00 AM »
OK, nice article. But this is where I get lost:
Login to cPanel
Click on Legacy File Manager

I don't see a Legacy File Manager when I get to control_panel.php. My only options are for Hosting Information, Contact/Billing Information, etc. The other good option I have is to Go to LunarPanel. I guess that's the LPCP which does have a File Manager on it, but I can never get to an option called "change permissions". Could you please update your directions regarding the LPCP so I can find this link? Thanks.

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Re: 10 Things Every Lunarpages Customer Should Know
« Reply #18 on: January 13, 2013, 01:13:55 PM »
It sounds like you're in the Customer Access Panel rather than the Control Panel (cPanel, LPCP, or possibly some other control panel, depending on operating system and age of the server). Once you're in the control panel, you'll see somewhere on its front page some sort of "File Manager". There may also be a "Legacy File Manager" there (just a different flavor of FM). I know there's a way to change permissions in cPanel's File Manager(s), and presumably it's similar for LPCP. You navigate to the directory or file you want to change permissions on. You click on the name of the directory or file, and a bunch of options come up somewhere over on the right side of the screen. Click on something mentioning "permissions" and you should get something that allows you to update the permissions. Note that in at least the cPanel Legacy FM, you had to tick/untick the 9 boxes -- you couldn't simply overwrite the three digit number.
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