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June 16th, 2010, 05:56 AM
burdaki ler gibi yaptim fakat sorun cikti yapmadim yardimci olurmsunuz rica etsem

You will need to know the path to your server's "mogrify" ImageMagick binary executable if you plan to use ImageMagick. If you don't know the location, run the following command from the command prompt to find it:

locate mogrify

You can edit config-inc.php manually now, or you can configure this in step #4 below. For manual config, set $mogrify_command in config-inc.php as:

$mogrify_command = "/your/path/to/mogrify";

or, for NT users:

$mogrify_command = "c:/path/mogrify.exe";

(Note the use of forward slashes, this prevents PHP from confusing paths).

If you are going to run the install.php to set your configuration (instead of editing config-inc.php by hand), please take note of the path to mogrify for later use during the web based install.

Now create a directory on your web server for PhotoPost. The directory needs to be accessible via the web. FTP PhotoPost's directories and files from your local machine to your server. The directory structure on your server should be as follows:

images (chmod 755)
uploads (chmod 777)
help (chmod 755)
data (chmod 777)
1 (chmod 777 - including subdirectories)
2 (chmod 777 - including subdirectories)
500 (chmod 777 - including subdirectories)
languages (chmod 755) (a
stylesheets (chmod 777)
templates (chmod 777)
forums (chmod 755)

Be sure to FTP all .php and .sql files into the photopost directory. All permissions for .php and .sql files should be set to chmod 644.

During installation the install script will check your permissions and, if set incorrectly will try to correct them. However, for this to work your web server must have permissions to make changes to these files. If you encouter an error while running Install it is probably because the web server does not have the permissions it needs to make changes or create files. Check your user/group ownership permissions to ensure they match your web server.

bendeki sorun su config icinde

// Path to your PhotoPost installation - no end slashes
$PP_PATH = "/home/sites/yoursite/photopost";

bende bu sorun cikiyor

Fatal error: Cannot re-assign $this in /hsphere/local/home/mertturk/sitem.com/Photopost/install.php on line 19

ne hatasi yaptim ne yazmam gerek analdim giti

tamami burda anlatiyor ama anlamiyorum

PhotoPost PHP Photo Sharing Photo Gallery Installation Guide (http://www.photopost.com/installphp.html)

Chuck S
June 16th, 2010, 07:01 AM
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June 16th, 2010, 07:24 AM
I did not get how that is

Chuck S
June 16th, 2010, 09:29 AM
To obtain support your forum email must match the email that is associated with your license email that has current members access.