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Again a upload problem
« on: August 02, 2006, 06:55:47 pm »

Hi to All. I know this is getting redundant.. but i've looked on multiples messages for a solution.

For some reason the problem started a few days ago.. Cannot upload anymore.

I read the upload trouble shooting ..but still didn't help solving the problem. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated

I run on PHP 4.4.2 and coppermine 1.4.8 all this on IIS with GD2

Permissions haven't been changed since the last time it was working and they are supposed to be right.

When i upload in batch, i see the thumbnail being created for the file selection.. but when i click to add the selected file, i get the red X  and it's THE  "Can't resize image message"

When i try uploading using web interface, i get "Impossible to move IMG_3069.JPG to albums/userpics/ !  File: C:\Inetpub\Coppermine\db_input.php - Line: 355"

Checked for the safe silly mode.. it was already enabled in my file

Dunno where to check now!

Please help!!




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Re: Again a upload problem
« Reply #1 on: August 02, 2006, 07:03:11 pm »

as the error said you have permision issue on albums folder !
check this:
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Re: Again a upload problem
« Reply #2 on: August 02, 2006, 09:31:29 pm »

Remember though that you're on Windows - there's no such thing as CHMOD there. However, there are permissions. Read the permissions section of the docs. Read them entirely, thoroughly. I'm stressing this because it's obvious that you have only cursorily read the upload troubleshooting section of the docs: if you would have read them thoroughly, the section highlighted in red would have caught your attention - we clearly describe there what you need to do if you have issues with uploading and need support. Obviously, you didn't so many threads as you claim - we (sadly) have to tell users then same thing I had to tell you right now over and over again.
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