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I'm almost done, one last problem with installtion, plz help


Moo^Moo

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After several screens of installation i get this message:

New Install

 

Step 2: osCommerce Configuration

 

 

Warning: fopen(c:/inetpub/wwwroot/catalog/admin/includes/configure.php) [function.fopen]: failed to create stream: No such file or directory in c:inetpubwwwrootcataloginstalltemplatespagesinstall_5.php on line 164

 

Warning: fputs(): supplied argument is not a valid stream resource in c:inetpubwwwrootcataloginstalltemplatespagesinstall_5.php on line 165

 

Warning: fclose(): supplied argument is not a valid stream resource in c:inetpubwwwrootcataloginstalltemplatespagesinstall_5.php on line 166

 

The configuration was successful.

 

 

I'm able to see my store, but i'm unable to get to the administoration

tools, How can i fix the above problems and make it work...

 

PLZ...

 

moomoo

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Well, i did a little search and i saw that many people were stoped where

i am now... and everybody told them to do a search... well

the only answer i saw was that i need to "CHMOD" to 777 to all

configuration.php files and then put it on 775, for security reseas.

 

I have no idea what is CHMOD and how i changed it in the configuration

file, so if u can help please do.

 

another thing, i try to open all the PHP files with notepad and i see the

whole file on several rows, with what editor can i see it currectly...

 

thanks in advance...

MooMoo

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CHMOD means changing access permissions to a file. A file can be accessed by its owner, the group it is owned by or by the public.

 

Each file can have each of these attributes on or off: read, write, execute.

 

Each of these is set independently for owner, group, public.

 

777 means everyone can read, write and execute the file.

Each digit in the number corresponds to owner, group and public, in that order.

 

The easiest way to CHMOD (for me) is right-clicking on the file when in smartFTP (hopefully your ftp software has a similar option), selecting 'properties/CHMOD' and then either typing in the number or selecting the checkboxes.

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