The reason for this error particular error above was that I forgot to add a trailing slash to that path.
1) please fix that 208 problem
2) add a check when saving config settings using adm-config.php that checks that those paths that need to have a trailing slash do have that and if they don't it will be added manually.
This was caused for me, by moving the data folder and letting PP rebuild the folder. There were some categories with no images in, so it didn't create the 'medium' and 'thumb' directories. Then when I tried to upload a new pic, it came up with that error.. Its a bug that needs fixing.
?? I am not sure what you mean by moving the folder and rebuilding it. Your data folder has to be 777 at every level.
There is no bug we can see here. If you have a category in your categories table way back in the 4.85/4.86 upgrade we scanned the categories table and added thumbs mini and medium folders and chmod them to 777 so on a normal Photopost install they would exist. New categories are created with those folders in them so how your missing them would seem to be in how your moving things etc. Your fix would be to verify what you did and check each data folder and make sure the proper subdirectories exist and are 777.
Also we can not support any alterations you have made to the code so check your own code to ensure you have not altered something that could cause this issue as well.
Chuck, I'm getting similar errors on rebuilding medium images, after moving my functioning photopost to a new server.
Warning: imagejpeg() [function.imagejpeg]: Unable to open '/home/xxxxx/public_html/photo/data/512/medium/1stoneforest__22_.JPG' for writing: Permission denied in /home/xxxxxx/public_html/photo/image-inc.php on line 159
Everything is chmod'ed 777 in the data directory, even the 1, 2, 5xx directories, and all of their individual directories in each of those folders (that took some time). Any idea why I continue to get these errors? Photopost seems to be working fine other than that.
Thanks Chuck. Directories are there, chmod'ed correctly, I get a lot of these errors. Could it have something to do with the way the file is numbered, with the "underscores"? Does this just pertain to the medium images, ie, I don't notice anything wrong with the forum.
Funny, this started happening after I moved from one server to another. The original photopost (on russbo.org, which will be taken down once I get this thing ironed out), works fine.