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Error while trying to delete/edit files

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Bakie, Aug 1, 2007.

  1. Bakie

    Bakie Registered

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    Im getting the following error whenever I try to modify a file using the filemanager:
    I also dont seem to be able to delete any files/folders either using the filemanager or FileZilla(FTP), for FTP I get the error:
    And in the filemanager it just doesn't delete the fie/folder, it doesn't even want to go to the Trash bit (there is no visible error).

    It was working this morning but now all of a sudden it stopped working after installing Gallery2 (worked the first time but reinstalled it). I then upgraded my Cpanel version from 10.9.1 S14304 to 11.6.0-RELEASE 15076 to try to make it work but with no success.
     
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    Not sure if that fits under your error, but I'm getting the same error message on the creation of a new account, more precisely when the entrie is added on httpd.conf.
     
  3. Bakie

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    Well things just suddenly got a lot stranger. The error only happens in one folder and none of the others the folder is Gallery2 and I cannot even delete it using ftp or file manager or modify any files.
     
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    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    Might want to chown this directory.

    If you're not sure about that, you should probably be asking your host for assistance.
     
  5. Bakie

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    Ive fixed it now, I just force deleted the folder using SSH and have now reinstalled Gallery2 and no more problems.
     
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