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Can't upload photos - please help!


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hello everyone i'm new to osc and i'm glad it has already gathered such a wonderful community.


i just try using osc and immediately hit the wall.... my problem is this.


i upload the picture to a subdirectory (mp3) under images but i couldn't link it to the product description. the following messages always happen on top of page...


Warning: move_uploaded_file(/home/estore/public_html/catalog/images/mp3/mp3.gif): failed to open stream: Permission denied in /home/estore/public_html/catalog/admin/includes/classes/upload.php on line 94


Warning: move_uploaded_file(): Unable to move '/tmp/phpsOoMj2' to '/home/estore/public_html/catalog/images/mp3/mp3.gif' in /home/estore/public_html/catalog/admin/includes/classes/upload.php on line 94


Error: File upload not saved.


what happened on line 94 in upload.php? i looked into it but never understand the script, can anyone help me on this...



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please help...


i try again this time using the built-in images in matrox folder, and same thing happen again...


any idea would be appreciated...


i love the potential of this program but it seems that it is not that user friendly...

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Try changing the permissions on your images directory and all the sub directories to readable and writable by all.


Do this with the chmod 777 command via your control panel or a decent ftp client.




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thank you for advice...


it works.. but to a certain degree.


finally the product description points to the right image location. however the image never show up. after investigation i found that the file has been re-write and now the file size is 0K???


any ideas why it erased the image content? any further step i need to do?


thank you

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Simplest is to edit the product via admin->categories/products and use the 'browse' feature to browse to the image file on your local hardrive, then click 'update' - this will prevent you getting a file size of zero bytes.



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i did exactly like that...


1) change folders & images permission to 777

2) using admin->catalog->categories/products-> to upload images...


still get 0K file...


please help...

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