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Support => cpg1.6.x Support => cpg1.6 permissions => Topic started by: bdhnet on July 16, 2020, 08:06:39 pm

Title: "You don't have permission to perform this operation"
Post by: bdhnet on July 16, 2020, 08:06:39 pm
Hello, I've been getting this problem when trying to upload using the "Multiple Files - Flash" option since I downloaded coppermine to this domain. I've tried everything I can including reading all the documentation and "help" files. . I changed the permission of every single file (and folder) in file manager to 755. I am using Coppermine for another website and never had this problem before, yet I've had this problem since the beginning on this website. I even opened both file managers up at the same time to compare and I just can't figure out why it won't let me upload using flash on this website only.

The website having this issue is https://jurassicvault.com

Does anyone have any suggestions on what I could do?
Title: Re: "You don't have permission to perform this operation"
Post by: bdhnet on July 16, 2020, 08:08:46 pm
Also to add, I have Windows and use Firefox. It can't be a problem with my computer or OS because I am able to upload just fine on another website using all these same conditions.
Title: Re: "You don't have permission to perform this operation"
Post by: ron4mac on July 17, 2020, 01:00:54 am
What happens when you try to upload the same file(s) with the HTML5 and Single file uploaders?
Have you checked server PHP memory allocation and max file upload values?
Title: Re: "You don't have permission to perform this operation"
Post by: bdhnet on July 17, 2020, 04:47:48 pm
I can upload using HTML5 and single upload just fine, no problems. My max file upload is set to 6mb and I've tried uploaded even the smallest files using flash. I'm not sure how to check the PHP server memory... is that something in cpanel or file manager or something else?
Title: Re: "You don't have permission to perform this operation"
Post by: ron4mac on July 17, 2020, 09:44:26 pm
Try this:

In Config->General settings->URL of your home page - set it to https://jurassicvault.com/
Title: Re: "You don't have permission to perform this operation"
Post by: bdhnet on July 21, 2020, 10:41:29 pm
Try this:

In Config->General settings->URL of your home page - set it to https://jurassicvault.com/


Added the "s" and still getting the error
Title: Re: "You don't have permission to perform this operation"
Post by: Phill Luckhurst on July 26, 2020, 11:28:40 pm
Do you have access to the servers logs? Those should help point to whatever the issue is. You will need to look at them for the time frame your upload failed.
Title: Re: "You don't have permission to perform this operation"
Post by: bdhnet on July 28, 2020, 09:19:41 pm
Do you have access to the servers logs? Those should help point to whatever the issue is. You will need to look at them for the time frame your upload failed.

I tried uploading a photo using flash then checked the "error log" in cpanel. It's blank. I checked everything in file manager that has "log" in the title and nothing is dated after June 2020. 
Title: Re: "You don't have permission to perform this operation"
Post by: screamqueen on August 01, 2020, 03:27:35 am
I have the same problem. I haven't changed anything. This happened a few days ago.
Title: Re: "You don't have permission to perform this operation"
Post by: ron4mac on August 01, 2020, 02:34:52 pm
Web browser support for flash is rapidly going away. I don't know whether there is something with the flash uploader that could be changed to resolve whatever problem you are having but, at this point, it is doubtful that the dev team will be looking into it. The majority of the dev team had actually not wanted to even include flash upload with CPG 1.6. We're sorry you are having issues, but having to 'fall back' to the HTML5 uploader should certainly be an acceptable alternative.
Title: Re: "You don't have permission to perform this operation"
Post by: screamqueen on August 12, 2020, 08:18:21 pm
Web browser support for flash is rapidly going away. I don't know whether there is something with the flash uploader that could be changed to resolve whatever problem you are having but, at this point, it is doubtful that the dev team will be looking into it. The majority of the dev team had actually not wanted to even include flash upload with CPG 1.6. We're sorry you are having issues, but having to 'fall back' to the HTML5 uploader should certainly be an acceptable alternative.

I'm just uploading a simple one. This upload is only worked.

HTML5 and Flash do not work.
When I uploaded the images in HTML5, it said 403.
Title: Re: "You don't have permission to perform this operation"
Post by: ron4mac on August 12, 2020, 10:17:30 pm
HTML5 and Flash do not work.
When I uploaded the images in HTML5, it said 403.
Please provide a link to your gallery.
Title: Re: "You don't have permission to perform this operation"
Post by: screamqueen on August 15, 2020, 05:27:00 pm
Please provide a link to your gallery.

check your pm
Title: Re: "You don't have permission to perform this operation"
Post by: ron4mac on August 15, 2020, 09:43:06 pm
check your pm
You appear to have some file permission errors (uniload.php, versioncheck.php and probably others).
I recommend you reinstall using the installer stub (https://forum.coppermine-gallery.net/index.php/topic,79013.0.html).
GPG 1.6 has the HTML5 uploader included as a core plugin (upload_h5a). Don't use the older 1.3.6 version of HTML5 Uploader that was meant for CPG 1.5.
Title: Re: "You don't have permission to perform this operation"
Post by: screamqueen on August 16, 2020, 11:49:00 am
You appear to have some file permission errors (uniload.php, versioncheck.php and probably others).
I recommend you reinstall using the installer stub (https://forum.coppermine-gallery.net/index.php/topic,79013.0.html).
GPG 1.6 has the HTML5 uploader included as a core plugin (upload_h5a). Don't use the older 1.3.6 version of HTML5 Uploader that was meant for CPG 1.5.
Hi,
It works fine now thank you!  ;)
Title: Re: "You don't have permission to perform this operation"
Post by: Phill Luckhurst on August 27, 2020, 11:52:34 pm
Glad you sorted it.

Most browsers have now dropped flash support completely, or will be by the end of the year. So for those of you using flash, please take note.

 https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/lifecycle/announcements/adobe-flash-end-of-support

You will also see that flash is disabled in many browses by default so if you or your users are having issues with flash all of a sudden that may be the cause. HTML 5 is the best way for the future IMHO.