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looks like the command you are using to replace the files is asking for confirmation before it will overwrite, but since it is a script i.e. not interactive, there is no-one to give any answer (y, n, A, N, or r), so it defaults to not overwriting. what command are you using to replace the files? there might be a switch/parameter that will force overwriting without asking for confirmation, which should fix that problem.
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Last edited by Ynot Irucrem; 05-24-2005 at 10:11 AM.
Originally posted by Ynot Irucrem I know a *little* php, but from the looks of that code, you obviously know much more.
Doesn't know too much more if he didn't know how to use a simple -f (force) option with the rm command.. Sorry, no pun intended, just consider yourself above him when it comes to shells rather than PHP..