View Full Version : Problem after server move...
May 16th, 2006, 01:22 AM
I just moved my forum and gallery to a new server, and everything was working fine until you try to upload a picture...
It takes the picture and gives the user the "your image has to be aproved mssg" but I never get to see images to aprove??
I tought no one had uploaded images... But the thing is that I dont get to see images pending approval. Any ideas?? :confused:
Just tryed to upload a picture (I dont need moderation) and get the following mssg:
$idname no especificado. Si seguiste una liga válida por favor notifica al webmaster
$idname unspecified. If you followed a valid link please notify the webmaster
May 16th, 2006, 08:13 AM
CHMOD 777 your folders and subfolders that contain your images. When you upload to an webhost the access rights are usaly changes to default 644
If you do not have a FTP program that will do recursive directories try SmartFTP (http://www.smartftp.com/).
May 16th, 2006, 01:54 PM
Thanks.. that did the trick...
July 6th, 2006, 08:46 PM
i have to chmod every single dir under /files? all those sub folders? i have waayyy to many. tell me there is a easier way to do this
July 6th, 2006, 10:29 PM
Download a program called SmartFTP. It has an option for CHMOD and recursive directories.
CHMOD -R 777 /path/to/your/gallery/files
Syntax of the chmod command is the following:
prompt> chmod [options] permissions file[s]
The word "chmod" should be entered all in lowercase letters. Options can be:
* -R, set permissions recursively
* -f, "forced" or silent mode
* -v, "verbose", show information for every file processed
* -c, show information only if changes are made to the file
Permissions could be one of the following:
* Octal numeric format, with a leading zero like "0644"
* Octal numeric format, without a leading zero like "644"
* Text form like "a+r", "u=rwx" or "o-w", you can use several comma separated text form permissions
File[s] can be either
* relative path to the file like "file.pl"
* absolute path to the file like "/var/spool/mail/paul"
* several space separated files like "file.pl /var/spool/mail/paul"
* file name mask like "*.html" or "*"
July 15th, 2006, 09:55 PM
i used SmartFTP and chmod 777 the whole /gallery/files/ directory and below
still does what the original poster describes
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