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I successfully installed my database though catalog/install.

 

:o Now I'm getting an error message about the permission levels. I just went through and changed everything to 755. I made the configure.php file 777 instead of 706 (which doesn't work on my server usually) and am still getting the message below. Any suggestions? :unsure:

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The following error has occurred:

 

The configuration files do not exist, or permission levels are not set.

 

Please perform the following actions:

cd /home/bluemoon/public_html/catalog/includes/

touch configure.php

chmod 706 configure.php

cd /home/bluemoon/public_html/catalog/admin/includes/

touch configure.php

chmod 706 configure.php

 

 

If chmod 706 does not work, please try chmod 777.

 

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Thanks, in advance.

 

~ Dawn

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No, the files seem to be pointing to the correct locations.

 

I tried uninstalling and reinstalling the config.php file and CHMOD 777 but am still getting the same error message.

 

I CHMOD everything else in the folder 755. Is that a problem? Should they all be 777? :blink:

 

I just can't seem to get past Step 7 of the installation process.

 

 

~ Dawn

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no, the only file which should be 777 during installation is configure.php and you have written config.php so you must be in the incorrect folder. look in the catalog/includes folder and in the catalog/admin/includes folder for configure.php and set the permissions. the documentation shows the installation procedure, and the correct file name.

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Oops, I meant configure.php (catalog/includes), not config.php. I just didn't look up the correct word when I typed it here.

 

Everything else is 755, not 777. The only thing that is 777 is configure.php within the includes folder.

 

It's still not working. But it's there and CHMOD properly. :(

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