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PowerCMS 2.01 Hangs after image upload

Thread began 6/02/2010 2:43 pm by johnlanglois | Last modified 6/07/2010 8:30 pm by Eric Mittman | 996 views | 5 replies |

johnlanglois

PowerCMS 2.01 Hangs after image upload

After successfully uploading an image via the content editor, I can see the image in the preview screen. However, the system hangs at that point and I can't do anything except close the browser.

Using FTP I noticed that your system saves the image with a file permission of 777, which will freak-out the ISP because they allow up to 755.

Could that be why things are hanging?

Where can I change the parameters for the image saver?

Thank you.

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Eric Mittman

I'm not so sure that the file permissions would have this effect. If there is a script that is attempting to change permissions on a file it should not be able to set these permissions if they are not allowed.

If you are getting the file with 777 then it might be because of the folder that it is uploading to. There is a setting for the default permissions for uploaded files, it can be found at:

HTMLEditor > editor > plugins > kfm > configuration.php

In this file near line 194 is the default file permissions that are set. Can you upload anything other than an image and get this same result? When you say that it hangs does it look like it is waiting for a response, or trying to connect to a page or anything like that?

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johnlanglois

PowerCMS 2.01 Hangs

Originally Said By: Eric Mittman
  I'm not so sure that the file permissions would have this effect. If there is a script that is attempting to change permissions on a file it should not be able to set these permissions if they are not allowed.

If you are getting the file with 777 then it might be because of the folder that it is uploading to. There is a setting for the default permissions for uploaded files, it can be found at:

HTMLEditor > editor > plugins > kfm > configuration.php

In this file near line 194 is the default file permissions that are set. Can you upload anything other than an image and get this same result? When you say that it hangs does it look like it is waiting for a response, or trying to connect to a page or anything like that?  



It uploads the file, because I found it there with FTP.
Clicking okay, cancel, or X have no effect. The browser must be closed to regain control. (Firefox 3.6.3)

I changed the defaults from 777 to 755, but it hasn't made any difference.

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Eric Mittman

I have opened a ticket for you on this issue. To update the ticket login and visit your support history.

supporthistory.php

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johnlanglois

What Next?

Originally Said By: Eric Mittman
  I have opened a ticket for you on this issue. To update the ticket login and visit your support history.

supporthistory.php  



Thank you for opening a ticket.

What do we need to do next?

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Eric Mittman

Have you logged in and updated the ticket yet? This is the next step, once it has been updated it will be worked on further. If you have made a reply and it has not been updated yet it will be shortly.

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