Post by ambercromby on Mar 16, 2007 14:50:40 GMT -5
After upgrading Perl to 5.8.8 on Win2k, I can no longer upload files.
CGI open of tmpfile: Permission denied gm-upload.cgi: CGI open of tmpfile: Permission denied
I haven't found any useful info on where to set the Global Temp path for Perl. I would think that it would use Windows variable, but even with that folder having full 777 permissions for Everyone and IUSR I still have the same problem.
This is true for 1.3.1 and 2.7.2. I'm sure it is a Perl issue as 1.3.1 worked fine before the Perl upgrade. Is there a way to hardcode the Temp path in GM?
I believe you will have this error with any Perl script that tries to upload, not just GreyMatter. Write back if you still have issues, there is a way to see where CGI.pm is trying to store the temp file.