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! Error: Graphs directory is not writeable.


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I set the Graphs folder to writeable but the error still does not go away. unlike the other unwriteable folders it has no location of what needs to be writeable. Anyone know where this is and how to fix it to use graphs?

 

Thanks for any help on this one,

 

Will

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I set the Graphs folder to writeable but the error still does not go away. unlike the other unwriteable folders it has no location of what needs to be writeable. Anyone know where this is and how to fix it to use graphs?

 

Thanks for any help on this one,

 

Will

Try making the files writeable.

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Hey Coopco,

 

That's all been done. Any other suggestions?

 

Thanks,

 

Will

Not really. What permissions are you using?

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Not really. What permissions are you using?

 

 

I use a mac so I've been ctrl clicking and going to get info where I change the settings to read and write. So far this has worked on every error I've had regarding writeable files but it sounds like this one may be different. What do you think?

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I use a mac so I've been ctrl clicking and going to get info where I change the settings to read and write. So far this has worked on every error I've had regarding writeable files but it sounds like this one may be different. What do you think?

Have you tried by using your web hosts control panel filemanager?

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Have you tried by using your web hosts control panel filemanager?

 

Ah, I see your thinking. I am on the Localhost right now. I am actually having a little problem with connecting MySQL on the live server. If you could take a look at my other post (Database Config), maybe you can help me with this one. Once I get going there I know how to make these files writeable. Shoulda made myself clearer. Thank you for the time Coopco, Much appreciated!

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Ah, I see your thinking. I am on the Localhost right now. I am actually having a little problem with connecting MySQL on the live server. If you could take a look at my other post (Database Config), maybe you can help me with this one. Once I get going there I know how to make these files writeable. Shoulda made myself clearer. Thank you for the time Coopco, Much appreciated!

I am on a pc and use wamp for my offline testing. The mysql is built into wamp so that it it is all on the pc. I am pretty sure there is a similar application for a mac. Is that what you are using?

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I am on a pc and use wamp for my offline testing. The mysql is built into wamp so that it it is all on the pc. I am pretty sure there is a similar application for a mac. Is that what you are using?

 

There is, it's called MAMP, but I don't use it. I do everything manually. I just prefer it that way. I read it was better to use the systems manually but the alternative is not a bad way to go. I chose the former because I want to have more hands on with what goes on.

 

Thanks again,

 

Will

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There is, it's called MAMP, but I don't use it. I do everything manually. I just prefer it that way. I read it was better to use the systems manually but the alternative is not a bad way to go. I chose the former because I want to have more hands on with what goes on.

 

Thanks again,

 

Will

Getting more hands on is fine, but it is quicker and easier to problem solve if it is done automatically.

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Getting more hands on is fine, but it is quicker and easier to problem solve if it is done automatically.

 

 

I'm a glutton for punsihment! ;) Appreciate your help and feedback greatly.

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