In terminal you need to use the chmod command running as either root or the owner of the files
The permissions go like the is. read is 4 , write is 2 and execute is 1 . If you want read and write, added 4 +2 =6
so you would use chmod 751 (file)
The d means directory. If your directories aren't recognized as such I don't know how to help you.
Last edited by Tamsco; 08-06-2004 at 01:42 PM.