[ACCEPTED]-mkdir() in php is setting folder permission to 755 But I Need 777?-mkdir

Accepted answer
Score: 24

Try this:

$old_umask = umask(0);
mkdir($create_path, 0777);
umask($old_umask);

http://php.net/umask

0

Score: 6

This really works for me!, you should close 2 now this question!

  1. Create the directory!
  2. Give 777 permissions!

    $estructure = '../files/folderName';
    
    if(!mkdir($estructure, 0777, true)){
        echo "<br/><br/>ERROR: Fail to create the folder...<br/><br/>"; 
    }  else echo "<br/><br/>!! Folder Created...<br/><br/>";
    
    chmod($estructure, 0777);
    
  3. Enjoy 1 it!

Score: 3

Try this:

<?php
// files will create as -rw-------
umask(0);
// create a file, eg fopen()

chmod('/path/to/directory', 0777);
?>

Reference

0

Score: 0

The umask of the process is set to 0022. You'll 2 need to set it to 0 if you want to create 1 something with those two write bits set.

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