Re: OT - I'm baffled
So your question is about when you edit the file using LibreOffice on your local computer, correct?
Once you open the file, the permissions change... but do they revert back after you close the document?
I could see "locking" the file while it's open so that no one else has write access to change it while it's already open for someone else, but it should then change back when you save/exit the file.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> on behalf of Rene Matthijssen <rene@...>
Sent: Tuesday, March 14, 2017 2:53 PM
Subject: Re: [elug] OT - I'm baffled
I'm trying to create a simple HTML page, upload it to my domain server
and have people read what I'm disposing off.
And LibreOffice will indeed create an HTML page.
An example would be: http://dish-net.com/pix/antennas.html
On 17-03-14 01:15 PM, Gordon Haverland wrote:
> What are you doing?
> HTML is a read only format. It is meant to be read by a webserver
> (which runs as some user with no permissions, such as nobody), have its
> instructions (the HTML part) interpretted, and then written to the NIC
> to be sent to whoever requested to read the file.
> If you are wanting people on the Internet to be able to deposit files
> and change the content of the page, that is not what you asked for.