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Garthan

8 July 2008 at 12:50am Community Member, 15 Posts

Hi,

how can i to allow them to write...

Does the webserver know where files are stored? The webserver isn't letting me identify where files are stored. (file '/config-form.html' not found)
mysite/ folder exists There's no mysite folder. (file '/mysite' not found)
sapphire/ folder exists There's no sapphire folder. (file '/sapphire' not found)
cms/ folder exists There's no cms folder. (file '/cms' not found)
jsparty/ folder exists There's no jsparty folder. (file '/jsparty' not found)
Is the .htaccess file writeable? Unable to detect whether I can write to files. Please ensure /.htaccess is writable.
Is the mysite/ folder writeable? Unable to detect whether I can write to files. Please ensure /mysite is writable.
Is the tutorial/ folder writeable? Unable to detect whether I can write to files. Please ensure /tutorial is writable.
Is the assets/ folder writeable? Unable to detect whether I can write to files. Please ensure /assets is writable.

Thanks

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cliersch

8 July 2008 at 1:36am (Last edited: 8 July 2008 1:38am), Community Member, 75 Posts

It might be a problem of the writen path in the .htaccess. Does your hoster allow htaccess files and mod_rewrite?

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Garthan

8 July 2008 at 1:46am Community Member, 15 Posts

i see that .htaccess is empty and i don't know if my hoster (aruba.it) allows to write the files.

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cliersch

8 July 2008 at 2:41am Community Member, 75 Posts

Can you change the files and folders chmod status to 777 writable?

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Garthan

8 July 2008 at 2:45am Community Member, 15 Posts

yes i did it right now with ipswitch ftp le95!!! i made this changes from 666 to 777 but nothing happens

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cliersch

8 July 2008 at 2:58am Community Member, 75 Posts

Hmmm - sorry no further ideas! Maybe somebody can help!

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Sam

14 July 2008 at 5:41pm Administrator, 685 Posts

Does config-form.html exist, and is it readable by the server? What web-server / OS / etc are you running?