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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Royston, Mar 31, 2006.

  1. Royston

    Royston Member

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    Hi, i want to check whether which folder is writable ?
    Because when i use some php program, It shows that my folder is read only.
     
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    You can check the folder permission's from "File Manager" option in cPanel.
     
  3. Royston

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    Hi ~

    Hi, there is no permission setting over there.
    Can i check what is the directory for g2data ?
     
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    You can try to use an ftp program and change file permissions there
     
  5. Royston

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    Can't

    I have tried that, but it still don't work.

    Gallery needs a directory to store your images. The directory we chose for you will work, but is web accessible.

    ftp> cd /home/zentrix/public_html/gallery2
    ftp> mkdir g2data
    ftp> chmod 777 g2data

    Can somebody tell me what should i do ?

    Because the people in the gallery ask me come to my webhost to check my directory for g2data
     
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    That sounds like good advice. If you're not sure how to do something specific to your account, you should contact your hosting provider.

    Have you not already tried to do so?
     
  7. Royston

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    Thanks for your comment.
     

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