|To answer some of the questions:
The tmp and l2h directories have been created, and some subdirectories
were also created, namely setAlgebra1RealNumbers, but these directories
are empty. the path to these is
I changed the tmp permissions to 777 and still no success with the mkdir from FILE.pl
Latex2HTML works fine from the command line directly. I typeset a
fairly complicated paper of mine and it did a good job with it.
I removed the whole demoCourse/html/tmp and started over, same error.
The webserver is not generating an errors related to this problem. At
least it's not writing them to the log. (I have many entries from some
idiot trying to hack my machine though)
The webwork error logs have these:
ERROR (/Library/WebServer/CGI-Executables/webwork/system/cgi-scripts/welcomeAction.pl: createDirectory error) Thu Jun 20 13:1
5:53 2002: at /Volumes/MacOSX/webwork/system/scripts/FILE.pl line 492
ERROR (/Library/WebServer/CGI-Executables/webwork/system/cgi-scripts/processProblem8.pl: createDirectory error) Thu Jun 20 13
:16:03 2002: at /Volumes/MacOSX/webwork/system/scripts/FILE.pl line 492
I set the $debug=1 in /courseScripts/displayMacros.pl, but no files get written to the html/tmp/l2h directory
The last suggestion to su to www and execute, I can't do right now,
since I don't know to parse the necessary line (I don't know any Perl
really) I can figure out some of it, but not all.
One thing is that I can create the required directory from the command
line directly. Since I chmod 777 the html/tmp directory, I would assume
www would have write permission there also.
I have one question though, is the mkdir command in FILE.pl (or any
perl script) a special perl version of mkdir, or is it the same one as
the one in /bin from the system?
Thanks in advance for the help,
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