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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by hostricity, Aug 30, 2005.

  1. hostricity

    hostricity Active Member

    Jun 22, 2004
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    wysiwygpro is not working for me. Soemtimes it appears in the file manger, sometimes not.

    I get various errors on different sites.

    We use fantastice and rvskins.

    What I want to know is: Is there a utility script or something to fiixup wysiwygpro so that it will work consistently from one domain to the next?

  2. sp0k0

    sp0k0 Registered

    Oct 11, 2005
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    Can you post some errors that you get?

    If you are using phpSuExec and try to insert a smiley or something like that you will get a 500 error (internal server error) due to the fact that the wysiwygpro directory and all under it are with permissions that allow others to write in them.

    To fix this you can change the permissions through a shell using:

    chmod go-w -R WysiwygPro/
    This is not very convenient throug and I would like myselft to post a question. Is there a way to make this consistent. I am running a phpSuExec server and this is really annoying. Everytime a customer tries to edit a page through the editor and wants to insert an image for example they get a 500 Internal Server Error due to the above mentioned permissions problems.


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