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  • Resolved GevoelVoorHumus

    (@gevoelvoorhumus)


    This is just a notice, so no biggie, but it makes me wonder how I can repair it. I’d like the plugin to give me some useful feedback on which file or directory to chmod. Is that possible? Thanks 🙂

    Warning: mkdir(): Access denied in /domains/mydomain.com/DEFAULT/wp-content/plugins/404-solution/includes/Functions.php on line 212

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  • Plugin Author Aaron

    (@aaron13100)

    I guess there are strict permissions in the wp-content/plugins folder and the plugin can’t create the /temp directory it uses to store the debug file. Any chance of changing the permissions to 755? If not then: do uploads work? What are the permissions for the wp-content/uploads folder?

    Thread Starter GevoelVoorHumus

    (@gevoelvoorhumus)

    The plugins folder is 755. I just created a /temp dir inside plugins, did not work. I then moved the temp dir to 404-solution, which resulted in a warning:

    Warning: rename(/wp-content/plugins/404-solution/abj404_debug.txt,/wp-content/plugins/404-solution/temp/abj404_debug.txt): Acces denied in /wp-content/plugins/404-solution/includes/Logging.php on line 362

    Even a 777 on the temp dir did not help. This does confirm your suspicions, right?

    Plugin Author Aaron

    (@aaron13100)

    Since the error changed after you created the /wp-content/plugins/404-solution/temp directory it does mean there was some kind of permissions issue.

    Is /wp-content/plugins/404-solution/ set to 755 too? From reading about similar errors on the web it looks like PHP may have access issues, but honestly I don’t know because I’ve never seen that before.

    Are you able to upload files to WordPress? e.g. add images to the gallery or whatever? If so the plugin could potentially be changed to use the /wp-content/uploads folder for it’s temp files.

    Thread Starter GevoelVoorHumus

    (@gevoelvoorhumus)

    Yes, it is. And yes, I can upload. But I’ve moved the uploads folder one level higher, to / using WP Original Media Path.

    Plugin Author Aaron

    (@aaron13100)

    Okay. I’ll see what I can do about changing the temp directory that the plugin uses to the “uploads” folder and see if the “WP Original Media Path” plugin can be supported at the same time. I’m not sure when I’ll get to this.

    Thread Starter GevoelVoorHumus

    (@gevoelvoorhumus)

    No worries. It’s just a notice.

    Plugin Author Aaron

    (@aaron13100)

    Hey. Please let me know if version 2.28.0 fixes this issue when you have a chance.
    thanks

    Thread Starter GevoelVoorHumus

    (@gevoelvoorhumus)

    It does! But upon activation I get this error (translated):

    The plugin has generated 18012 errors Unexpected output during activation. If you experience “headers already sent” errors, problems with syndication feeds or other problems, try deactivating or removing this plugin.

    But that’s just once.

    Plugin Author Aaron

    (@aaron13100)

    that’s a lot of errors. thanks for letting me know. I’ll look into it

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