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Can't upload CMS files to server

Thread began 3/03/2010 9:47 pm by lvmetro322414 | Last modified 10/18/2010 2:04 pm by Jason Byrnes | 921 views | 4 replies |

lvmetro322414

Can't upload CMS files to server

I am trying to get CMS up and running but I can not get all the CMS folders and files to upload to my server, some files come up with the error "file access is denied". What am I doing wrong???

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shadow329043

File permissions? You did check those? PowerCMS is distributed in a read-only format.....and you probably need to enable read/write

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lvmetro322414

CMS upload

I did change permission initially but I did it file by file…must of missed something. This time I changed permission by the entire folder and subs and it worked. A lessoned learned…never change permission file by file, you can easily miss something.

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ew391940

Can't upload cms folder

i am also not able to upload the folder. I try to change the folder from read only but it doesn't same or reverts back to read only. Can someone please tell me how to change the folder so that it is not read only.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

are you changing the permissions after extracting the files from the zip archive?


are the files on your computer when you change the permissions or on the server?


try extraction the files to a folder on your computer, turn of the tread only attribute, then upload them to the server.

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