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directadmin + mod_ruid2 + joomla 1.5, configuration.php not writeable (1 Replies, Read 10365 times)
September 8, 2011, 8:21 am
Post Group: Newbie
I have directadmin + mod_ruid2
When I install joomla 1.5, I have a message at the end, writing configuration.php is not writeable (chmod 644).
This file has been writed with my option, so I suppose it is just a problem at the end of installation.
I chmod to 666 then reinstall, and no problem.
At the end of installation, configuration.php is set back to 644
But there are a lot of directory in 777 (they have to be 755 with mod_ruid)
Note, when I install joomla 1.7 on the same server, there is no problem. I do not check for chmod.
Thanks to see that problem.
directadmin + mod_ruid2 + joomla 1.5
September 24, 2011, 4:55 am | Post: 1
Post Group: Newbie
I think this is a wrong error message because of the kind joomla 1.5 checks the access level. I have same mod_ruid2, DA. It simply looks at the file access rights not concerning which kind of php is running (suphp, modruid ..)
But this is only my opinion, not sure if I am correct.
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