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PowerCMS Installation Wizard, Step 1 of 5 Error - Files directories cannot created Verify / directory write permissions your server Please make sure /Connections folder write permissions your server

Thread began 5/09/2013 11:16 pm by bglaser105954 | Last modified 5/18/2013 1:51 pm by bglaser105954 | 614 views | 8 replies

elevy388997Beta Tester

Jason to the rescue again!

So I have a custom made responsive layout with all of the text, images, etc already live. The client now wants CMS so I added a dynamic mysql connection for a cms database, and connected to it successfully. I highlight the area I want to be a cms section, webassist >cms > add content to powerCMS. Then I fill it out as shown and get the error as shown.

I made sure the permissions on the connection folder allowed write permission (it wasn't allowed at first, but now it is.) Also read that it could be the definitions, so I attached that as well.

thanks as always.

Also added the testing server definition.

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