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File mgr upload problem

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by garygable, Jan 14, 2004.

  1. garygable

    garygable Registered

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    I am unable to upload files using file manager (ftp works ok). I get an error message saying "upload failed" with no other helpful information. However, the error logs for these attempts says "file does not exist."

    I have a reseller account and my clients (uploading to the same IP) have the same problem.

    Is there any way I can fix this?
     
  2. Leandro

    Leandro Well-Known Member

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    Hello !!!
    The same problem here, have any idea/solution ?

    Thanks in advance
     
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    Also, do the ownership+permissions on the destination folder allow you to upload/write in the first place?
     
  4. Leandro

    Leandro Well-Known Member

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    Hello again

    The problem began when I have change de /tmp folder to other, in order to obtain a stop to the "new mode" hack...

    Only somethings are not working properly...

    I think that I'm forgeting to configure some system file... any suggestion ?

    Thank in advance !!!
     
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    K_aneda Well-Known Member

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    Sounds like you did something terrible to your /tmp directory...
     
  6. Leandro

    Leandro Well-Known Member

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    Hello

    Nothin terrible, is a machine, a box, I change directorys like I want...

    Every works perfect, only somethings like the file manager upload are wrong...

    So, I try to find the file that manage that aplications... I think it's a RHE file or a cPanel one, but not sure.

    Exactly the Imap Service and the File manager upload are the only things that is not working properly, with this configuration my server is very secure.

    Best regards
     
  7. dave9000

    dave9000 Well-Known Member

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    Nothin terrible, is a machine, a box, I change directorys like I want...


    Well since you change directories like you want then why are you asking us for help when you can do what you want
     
  8. Leandro

    Leandro Well-Known Member

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    sorry, I forgot posted:

    every works when I change the /tmp permissions to 777, with every other things working in another folder, the imap service and the file manager upload Yes works correctly.... ;)

    In this case, my idea about the hidden configuration file is correct, so changing it everything will be FANTASTICO !!!

    thanks for your help !!!
     
  9. Leandro

    Leandro Well-Known Member

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    dave

    the case is to obtain a way to fix the /tmp insecure problem for every us, is not a whim :p
     
  10. silversurfer

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    I have this problem, but it has a message:

    Upload Status
    C:\Documents and Settings\s39265\Desktop\strainfortheshimmyextended.jpg
    (strainfortheshimmyextended.jpg): Virus Detected; File not Uploaded!
    (Can't parse configuration file.)
    C:\Documents and Settings\s39265\Desktop\wheneastmeetswest1.jpg
    (wheneastmeetswest1.jpg): Virus Detected; File not Uploaded! (Can't parse
    configuration file.)

    Anyone else? This is probably due to the new virus scanning added in the Edge versions.
     
  11. Leandro

    Leandro Well-Known Member

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    Are there any way to configure the cpanel tmp upload folder? or change the uid of the temp file ?

    That's is the problem...
     
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    noimad1 Well-Known Member

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    I am having this exact same problem. Did you find a solution?
     
  13. silversurfer

    silversurfer Well-Known Member

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    yes.

    What you need to do is to edit /etc/clamav.conf

    And add # in front of the the word Example. And save. Restart your clam.
     
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