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3:28pm Mon 16th Oct, Christopher M.

ANONYMOUS wrote:
> "Christopher McDonald" <ch*i*.*c*o*a*d@u*a*e*u*a*> wrote: > > > ANONYMOUS wrote: > > > > > > Are you uploading your dirA.zip and dirB.zip files? > > > Yes I use dirA and dirB zip files > > > > I'm afraid that, from your description, I don't know what the error is. > > basically the way I did was just typed these two prompts > > rm -f dirB.zip ; zip -r dirB.zip /mnt/c/Users/acer/Desktop/project2/dirB > rm -f dirA.zip ; zip -r dirA.zip /mnt/c/Users/acer/Desktop/project2/dirA > > to get my two dirA and dirB zip files to use for the sample solution and im just getting the error that it can't access dirA
It may be that you're zipping up things by providing their full absolute pathnames, and those pathnames cannot (will not) be created on the server. It would be quite a security nightmare if you could indicate where you'd like your files extracted, possibly overwriting existing, important, files. (read about the -i option of the unzip command). When creating your own Zip files, follow the instructions from the webpage: rm -f dirA.zip ; zip -r dirA.zip dirA to create Zip files with relative pathnames, not absolute ones.

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