Error http 500
I have now installed the version of vBGallery v2.5.
My vb version is 3.8.4. Now I have the problem if I want to the Gallery, I get the error HTTP 500 URL: http://www.stallboard.de/gallery/bro...&cutoffdate=-1
Why is that? What am I doing wrong?
You have wrong file permissions it would appear. Your php files should be 644 permissions
If I give the folder gallery modes 644
I get the error 403
No the folder should be 755
The php files themselves should be 644
I do not understand.
I now have the rights given to the following folders 777:
The files have it lying modes 644
Now I'm getting HTTP 500 errors
Is there a list where I can see what right do I have to forgive?
I once had a similar problem after moving from one server to another..
the problem was the ownership of the files..
they were owned by the script that moved them.. a real pain..
they could not be executed by anyone except the script that moved them..
this does NOT happen if you upload with a normal ftp program.
But if you overwrite the files with the ftp program, they still keep the first ownership..
Solution: reinstall in a new directory uploading the files with ftp
just checked your server again.. seems it doesnt like the permissions of you main gallery directory,
Your server doesnt like that.. try 751 (thats my setup)
compare permissions of forum directory and gallery directory
other possibility, if you used a "normal" ftp program.. the program did not switch automatically from binary to text mode when uploading the php files..
What I would do..for testing..
make a file test.php with content <?php echo 'test'; ?>
upload it to that directory and see if it works..
if yes.. copy all the gallery files to that directory the same way you copied the test.php
just set directory: files and users to 777
leave the others alone... (they should be: 755 (strange enough just checked my server, they are 751 and it also works..)
as for the php files on my server they run with 750 ...
644 should also work.. but somehow they are now 750... (strange)
do some tests with test.php file.. maybe your server is setup so that php files work only with other permissions...
compare with running php files in other directories.. like forum
also compare ownership...
thats my 2 cents
just checked.. it seems to be a suPHP issue.. with ownership problems...
you are using suPHP from http://www.suphp.org/
Directories should not be writable by group. Files should not be writable by group.
every error your getting is telling you to take away write permissions from group so try doing this. ;)
Thank you Thank you Thank you!
751 under the privileges I get into the gallery!
Thats extremely weird permissions but glad your working ;)
weird? loooooool i got those... :D
but speaking seriously ..
when i create a directory with my ftp program on shared server.. the directory has those perms per default...
Maybe its the php wrapper.. or server config..
yes strange indeed. Most servers when you create directories the default permissions are 755 for a directory and 644 for a file. That way neither is writable but I am sure there are more stringent setups out there as seen here. I mean at least the error given was straight forward. Can not be group writable. Real simple go back and remove write permissions on directories and files from group. ;)
When Photopost creates a directory (a user uploads a photo, if no directory is available, PP creates it), it is hard coded to create that directory (mkdir) with permissions of 0755 and then chmod to 0777 it uploads the file itself (the image) and chmod to 0777 as well.
The code that does this is located in the pp-inc.php, simply search for 0777 and you'll find it in the latest 702 release.
No directory can be greater than 755, no file higher than 666, or you will have problems in a SuPHP setup running Photopost.
Nothing at all strange about that. What is strange though is that the latest PP 702 still uses this old wore out chmod everthing to 0777 code as that will (or used to) solve any problems the silly inexperenced users came across.
Times have changed, time to upgrade the code to something that works correctly in multiple environments.
In the mean time if someone runs into this problem, they run a secure server with SuPHP, have your host reset permissions on all directories and files in your PP installation properly and then edit the code in the pp-inc.php before you upload or move one more file on your gallery.
Yes, strange indeed, Chuck.
Just as a reminder, vBGallery does NOT use any file called pp-inc.php.
There are certain server environments that can allow uploads and such with permissions of 755 sure. However that is not really relative to most people. 99.0% of server setups require directory permissions of 777 to allow uploads. Hense viewing threads your always going to be see things suggested to set to 777 permissions.
well as long as vbulletin does the same I have no bad conscience... :p
check functions_file.php or class_upload.php and do a search for 0777
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