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Error message when trying to change settings 4 Years, 2 Months ago Karma: 0  
Hello,

I just switched from the free version of Book Library to the Pro version.
Now, when I try to change any Frontend or Backend settings I receive this error message:

Warning: fopen(./components/com_booklibrary/admin.booklibrary.class.conf.php) [function.fopen]: failed to open stream: Permission denied in /is/htdocs/wp1103301_0L1VIVHKHU/www/cms/administrator/components/com_boo...ary.class.others.php on line 219
Cannot create configuration file.

Is this something I can resolve myself?
 
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Re:Error message when trying to change settings 4 Years, 2 Months ago Karma: 61  
Hello,

Ordinary that happened because some body manual change file /folder permission.

For now bookLibrary component can't access to admin.booklibrary.class.conf.php.

Please check permission for this file and folder - where it located file/folder permission must be exactly like for other yours site files

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Re:Error message when trying to change settings 4 Years, 2 Months ago Karma: 0  
All folders are in CMOD 755, all php files in CMOD 640. I didn't change or adjust anything after using the install routine for components of Joomla.

I now changed all php files in the admin section to 755, but this didn't help.

Could you please tell me which file/folder is supposed to have what permission?
 
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Last Edit: 2012/07/31 08:01 By story2go.
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Re:Error message when trying to change settings 4 Years, 2 Months ago Karma: 61  
Hello,

I can't say for you what permissions you need set. on different hosting it different, because that I said "Please set exactly as on other file"

If you check row 219 - you will see:
$fd = fopen("./components/com_booklibrary/admin.booklibrary.class.conf.php", "w" )
or die ("Cannot create configuration file.";


so yours site can open that file for writing

Can you show that to yours host provider ?

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Re:Error message when trying to change settings 4 Years, 2 Months ago Karma: 0  
My hosting provider doesn't feel any responsibility for third party components used in Joomla.

So I deleted my Joomla 1.5.x and installed Joomla 2.5.x, and when I try to install the component now, Joomla doesn't even install it. I get an error message in the admin panel

Component Install: DB function reports no errors

No matter if I choose Upload Package file, Install from directory or Install from URL, I end up with an "Error installing component" warning.
 
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Re:Error message when trying to change settings 4 Years, 2 Months ago Karma: 61  
Hello,

Please send to us yours site admin access, and yours site FTP access, and we will try check where error

Yours account details you may send with help OrdaSoft support form

Thanks,
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