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    Joomla 1.5 on EMBC

    An interesting one here that I thought I would do a qucik check to see if anyone can see what I am doing wrong.

    After uploadign the install files (via ftp), creating the DB and the DB user I run the setup.

    It all looks as if it is happy but on the final page I get the following error.

    Warning: file_put_contents() failed to open stream: Permission denied in F:\inetpub\vhosts\http://www.lodgepark.northants.sch.u...pat\php50x.php on line 66
    I have tried the exact same files on 2 other hosts (one in school and one outside) with no problems.

    I am off to look at what line 66 is actually trying to do but just thought I'd ask first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrumbleDook View Post
    An interesting one here that I thought I would do a qucik check to see if anyone can see what I am doing wrong.

    After uploadign the install files (via ftp), creating the DB and the DB user I run the setup.

    It all looks as if it is happy but on the final page I get the following error.



    I have tried the exact same files on 2 other hosts (one in school and one outside) with no problems.

    I am off to look at what line 66 is actually trying to do but just thought I'd ask first.
    The error I had when I first tried it was a little longer than yours but I fixed it my creating a blank configuration.php file in the root of the site. Started install again no error on the last page.

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    I had the smae problem this weekend while looking at Joomla I too created a a blank configuration.php and made sure it was writable and all went fine too

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    Created the blank configuration.php file and then I get this
    Warning: file_put_contents(F:\inetpub\vhosts\http://www.edugeek.net/forums/edugee...figuration.php) [function.file-put-contents]: failed to open stream: Permission denied in F:\inetpub\vhosts\http://www.edugeek.net/forums/edugee...dels\model.php on line 856
    I know it is permissions ... if it wasn't for the fact that I hate fiddling with hosted web server permissions I would allow all then go back later to harden it ...

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    ok try checking you permissions this is a joomla 1.5 permissions sheet I hope this helps.
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    Jonathon over at Synetrix has been fantastic. He has done the chunk of the work of digging out what permissions are required and that permissions sheet would have been fantastic 3 days ago :-)

    We nearly have a running system. I just need to put things on it over the weekend and then get the DNS changed around.

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    yea sorry about that been on holiday no mobile phone reception not wireless or any sort of internet only phones are the old stile payphones. so it has been bliss and going back there for a couple more days on Thursday so sorry for the delay.

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    No worries ... not going to do anything with it until the weekend. Apparently I am busy the next few days.

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    Warning: file_put_contents(F:\inetpub\vhosts\http://www.edugeek.net/forums/edugee...figuration.php) [function.file-put-contents]: failed to open stream: Permission denied in F:\inetpub\vhosts\http://www.edugeek.net/forums/edugee...dels\model.php on line 856
    I am getting this exact error.

    I believe that the EMBC webservers don't understand CHMOD so I can't just do a CHMOD 777. I am looking at the permissions in Plesk, but don't know which user I have to alter the permissions for. AFAIK you can't just say 'everyone' has read/write access.

    Can anyone tell me 'who' needs read/write access for the installation.

    TIA
    Last edited by sparkeh; 4th July 2008 at 09:48 AM. Reason: shocking grammer

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    the ISUR_(username) anon access account

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    Quote Originally Posted by rush_tech View Post
    the ISUR_(username) anon access account
    Thanks for the reply.

    Sorry still bit confused. I have one account called "Plesk IIS User ISUR_(username)". Is this the anon access account?

    Reason I am confused is the anon bit, it has our username on it, so....

    Sorry, feel like I am being thick

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    The Guys working on this for me responded with the following.
    Currently, Iíve got the necessary permissions as:



    administrator/backups/ Writeable

    administrator/components/ Writeable

    administrator/modules/ Writeable

    administrator/templates/ Writeable

    components/ Writeable

    images/ Writeable

    images/banners/ Writeable

    images/stories/ Writeable

    language/ Writeable

    media/ Writeable

    modules/ Writeable * this fixed the - Warning: fopen(F:\inetpub\vhosts\http://www.lodgepark.northants.sch.u...\xmldata74.xml) [function.fopen]: failed to open stream: Permission denied in F:\inetpub\vhosts\http://www.lodgepark.northants.sch.u...geshow_pro.php on line 143

    templates/



    The fix prescribed by some forums is to just grant full access until everything is in place, then restrict afterwards. If this is something youíd rather do then thatís easy enough.
    HTH

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    Thanks Tony,

    The issue is that when you change the permissions in Plesk, you can only give permissions on a user by user basis. So I dont think I can say 'everyone have read/write access' in one go.

    So I wondered if anyone knew which user is accessing the files/folders when you run the install so I knew which user to alter the permissions for?

    Am I making sense?

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    Yeah ... I know what you mean. The helpdesk guys actually made the changes for me in the end, but it was a one time change that was needed.

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    Thanks guys, I am sorted now.

    I now know folders and the user that need to be altered.

    Phew!

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