What follows is a brief explanation of the following error that a couple of people have seen.
FTP Upload Error
Failed to set file permissions for search.cgi to ugo+rx
As part of the automatic file upload process at the end of indexing, Zoom tries to set the correct file permissions on the search.cgi file via FTP. Some servers refuse this command. In which case you see the warning message above.
ugo+rx refers to the Linux chmod command. Which is used to change permissions on files in Linux.
U = User
G = Group
O = Other
+ means add these permissions
R = Read
X = Execute
So ugo+rx is similar to setting the Linux file permissions to 755 on the search.cgi file. See the Linux chmod command for details.
(the concept of 755 and ugo+rx doesn't apply so well to Windows servers, but the CGI file needs to be assigned executable permissions one way or another)
If you see this warning you need to manually set the file permissions on your server. Depending on your server you might be able to do this via FTP, Telnet, SSH or the server control panel.