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Impossible to move error
« on: March 17, 2007, 06:49:17 pm »

I am trying to create a mod-type thing so users can upload from my homepage, which is outside the coppermine directory.
Is this possible? Is it already made? Doesn't seem like a hard thing, but I have little knowledge of php

Test user: test
Test pass: test
Normal, working upload:
Homepage upload: on the right side of page

I tried 3 different ways of putting the upload.php into the root directory, but I ended up just requiring from ./index.php

I can probably fix the other page loading inside the homepage (try uploading to see what I mean), but I am still getting an error:
0 uploads were successful.

The following uploads encountered errors:
File Uploads:
File Name/URL.........Error Message
1. plus44.gif...........Impossible to move.

my chmods and stuff are correct, seeing as I can upload from within the coppermine directory.
Any ideas?

« Last Edit: March 18, 2007, 02:27:01 pm by GauGau »


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Re: Impossible to move error
« Reply #1 on: March 18, 2007, 09:02:33 am »

Problem solved.

I used iframes, put an upload_from_homepage.php inside coppermine, modified that to make it simple and only do the required functions, deleted all unneeded space to keep it compressed, and some other stuff I can't think of.
you can see it here: , and if anybody wants the files, i'll be happy to send, but it's pretty sloppy so I doubt you'll want em.

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