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I have on my new device Windows 11 and i installed XAMPP so i can run my localhost for PHP and MySQL. When i use mPDF , it needs to write temp files in a folder (C:\xampp\htdocs\invoice\vendor\mpdf\mpdf\tmp). And then i get 'Fatal error: Uncaught Mpdf\MpdfException: Temporary files directory "C:\xampp\htdocs\invoice\vendor\mpdf\mpdf\src\Config/../../tmp" is not writable in'. in Windows 11 i then checked the permissions and i changed my personel settings to full so read and write should be posible. when i test it stil nothing. the PHP files work correct , on a Windows 10 device and online this works all fine. only on my local W11 this is a problem. To be shure i made a PHP to check if folder exists , to list up whats in it and if thats ok if i have write permission and everything is ok exept the permissions.




how to change permission for compressed zipped folder



After you fix the variable values correctly and the problem still persists. Before you can extract files you must change the permissions. verify if the user account has Full Control permissions for the user TEMP folder.


But if you tried to fix the %TEMP% variable and the issue still persists it might be due to corruption of the compressed ZIP folder. There are a few cases due to which a compressed ZIP folder gets corrupted, such as:


Since upgrading to Windows 10, I have not been able to create a zipped folder using the explorer options "Send to >" "Compressed (zipped) folder". The error given is "File not found or no read permission".


Is there a way to modify permissions for a file in a zip without unzipping the file? For clarification, I am not asking to change the contents of the file, but the Unix permissions that are set on one. I have not found an answer for that yet other than extracting and updating the file.


I have a file test.txt that is inside a zip archive test.zip. The permissions on test.txt are out of my control when it's compressed, but now I want them to be group-writeable. I am extracting the file with Python, and don't want to escape out to the shell.


This works perfectly on OS X using 2.5.1, but it doesn't work on my home box (Debian, Python 2.4 & 2.5) or on RHEL 5 with Python 2.4. On anything but OS X it doesn't error, but doesn't change the permissions either. Any ideas why? Also, how does writestr() work? I know I'm using it incorrectly here.


I have a user that cannot zip folders on his desktop. I have checked permissions and the Environment Variablesand all seems well. When I log on with an administrator account I can zip files just fine. I log back in as the user and it seems I can zip folders in his download folder but not his desktop?? Why would this be happening?


Thanks to ZIP folders, users can compress photos, documents, videos, etc., and save them all in one place. They are like folders but with properties of files, which means you can download/upload zipped files easily and make multiple-file transfer much more convenient.


The compressed zip folder error is a fairly common problem that Windows 11/10/8.1/8/7/XP users face when opening their zip archives. Hopefully, after reading this guide, you are now equipped to resolve the zip folder access denied or compressed folder is invalid error.


You may not have ownership of a file or folderIf you recently upgraded your computer to Windows 8 from an earlier version of Windows, some of your account information may have changed. Therefore, you may no longer have ownership of some files or folders. You might be able to resolve this issue by restoring your ownership of the files and folders.To take ownership of a file or folder, follow these steps:


You may not have the appropriate permissionsIssues that you experience when you try to access files and folders may be related to permissions. Permissions are rules that determine whether you can access or change files and folders. To check permissions on a file or folder, follow these steps:


To open a file, you have to have the Read permission. To change the permissions of a file or folder, follow these steps.Important You must be logged on as an administrator to change permissions on files and folders.


You may not have ownership of a file or folderIf you recently upgraded your computer to Windows 7 from an earlier version of Windows, some of your account information may have changed. Therefore, you may no longer have ownership of some files or folders. You might be able to resolve this issue by restoring your ownership of the files and folders.To take ownership of a file or a folder, follow these steps:


You may not have the appropriate permissionsIssues that you experience when you try to access files and folders may be related to permissions. Permissions are rules that determine whether you can access or change files and folders. To determine the permissions of the file or folder, follow these steps:


To open a file, you have to have the Read permission. To change permissions on a file or folder, follow these steps.Important You must be logged on as an administrator to change permissions on files and folders.


You may not have the appropriate permissionsIssues that you experience when you try to access files and folders may be related to permissions. Permissions are rules that determine whether you can access or change files and folders. To check permissions on a file or a folder, follow these steps:


You may not have ownership of a file or folderIf you recently upgraded your computer to Windows 8 from an earlier version of Windows, some of your account information may have changed. Therefore, you may no longer have ownership of some files and folders. You might be able to resolve this issue by restoring your ownership of the files and folders.To take ownership of a file or a folder, follow these steps:


You may not have ownership of a file or folderIf you recently upgraded your computer to Windows 7 from an earlier version of Windows, some of your account information may have changed. Therefore, you may no longer have ownership of some files and folders. You might be able to resolve this issue by restoring your ownership of the files and folders.To take ownership of a file or a folder, follow these steps:


Ant's ZIP classes use the same algorithm as the InfoZIP tools and zlib (timestamps get adjusted),Windows' "compressed folders" function and WinZIP don't change the timestamps. This means thatusing the unzip task on files created by Windows' compressed folders function maycreate files with timestamps that are "wrong", the same is true if you use Windows' functions toextract an Ant generated ZIP archive.


For maximum interoparability it is probably best to set the encoding to UTF-8, enable thelanguage encoding flag and create Unicode extra fields when writing ZIPs. Such archives should beextracted correctly by java.util.zip, 7Zip, WinZIP, PKWARE tools and mostlikely InfoZIP tools. They will be unusable with Windows' "compressed folders" feature and biggerthan archives without the Unicode extra fields, though.


If Windows' "compressed folders" is your primary consumer, then your best option is to explicitlyset the encoding to the target platform. You may want to enable creation of Unicode extra fields sothe tools that support them will extract the file names correctly.


The correct permissions for all executable files within a Lambda deployment package is 644 in Unix permissions numeric notation. For folders within a deployment package, the correct permissions setting is 755.


To check the permissions for all the files and folders within the deployment package .zip file, run the following zipinfo command in your command line interface (CLI): Important: Replace lambda-package.zip with your deployment package .zip file name.


You should keep in mind that we elaborate on directory permissions and it has nothing to do with the individual file permissions. When you create a new file it is the directory that changes. That is why you need write permission to the directory.


Now let us consider a second example, suppose you want to change a foobar file so that you have read and write permissions, and fellow users in the group web who may be colleagues working on foobar, can also read and write to it, but other users can only read it:


The chmod command lets add and subtract permissions from an existing set using + or - instead of =. This is different from the above commands, which essentially re-write the permissions (e.g. to change a permission from r-- to rw-, you still need to include r as well as w after the = in the chmod command invocation. If you missed out r, it would take away the r permission as they are being re-written with the =. Using + and - avoids this by adding or taking away from the current set of permissions).


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