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    DySE::Calendars - removing data folder
    hi there,

    Im trying to remove the data folder inside /cgi-bin/dyse/calendars/ but unfortunately I cant remove it the said folder via ftp or ssh, the error message is permission denied.

    I try to rename it: data2, data3, data4 so that it will create a new folder

    Please let know how can I remove it.

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    Because of the way your server is configured (for security reasons), those files belong to the "web server" user account; not your user account so you can't delete them. Your hosting company can delete them for you.

    Normally, you don't delete those files or that folder; you just run make.pl and it will write new files over the existing files.

    For users who do not have permission to delete files, a "cleanup" script to delete the DySE files/folders will be available in the future.

    Yours truly,
    Cusimano.Com Corporation
    per: David Cusimano

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    cleanup.pl is available in DySE Tools.

    Yours truly,
    Cusimano.Com Corporation
    per: David Cusimano

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