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  • WP Super Cache Manager
    Error: Your cache directory (../wp-content/cache/) or ../wp-content need to be writable for this plugin to work.
    Double-check it.
    Cannot continue… fix previous problems and retry.

    /wp-content/cache/ – 777 – Check
    /wp-content – 777 – Check

    Both directories have drwxrwxrwx permissions.

    My site http://slnieckova.sk uses a lot of pages and I need caching because th site is very slow without it. wp-super-cache worked great for me but it started to complain after the latest upgrade/maintenance.

    Frank
    http://vizualbod.com

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  • What operating system are you using? You’ll have to debug is_writeable_ACLSafe() in wp-cache.php to figure out why it’s returning the wrong result.

    Have you tried 766 or 755? Some servers use different permissions than others.

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