Support » Plugin: PeepSo - The Next Generation Social Networking » Write permission problem on 2 different webhosts

  • Resolved noelsaw


    I’ve installed the Peepso core plugin on both WP Engine and Dreamhost servers.

    And both of them have a problem with specifying a writeable folder for the uplodable content.

    The error message I am getting is:

    The file system directory seems to be unwritable. Please adjust it. If you don’t feel comfortable doing it yourself, please contact PeepSo support here.

    I’ve tried both the NAS full URL (below) and just the /wp-content/uploads/2016/ paths without luck.

    Has anyone managed to get this installed on either WPE or Dreamhost and if so what was your path?

    Thanks in advance!

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  • Plugin Contributor Matt Jaworski


    Hi Noel,

    I have my PeepSo instances running on Dreamhost shared hosting without any issues, an example content path on one of my websites is:


    Does the directory you try to set exist and is writable? Can you see it through SSH or FTP?


    Hi Matt, thanks for the reply. I created a new “peepso” folder in /wp-content/. I also checked the permission – it’s 755 but Peepso still doesn’t like it.

    Screenshot with folder path and permission:

    Plugin Contributor Matt Jaworski


    Sorry about the trouble. I’m afraid you’ll have to open a support ticket and provide admin/server access for us to look into the issue closely, because it’s very unusual.

    Hi Matt, thanks for the reply. Is there a Peepso page to submit the support ticket (how and where?) and do I have to pay for this support level?


    Plugin Contributor Matt Jaworski



    please use this link

    You might need to register an account. Our support staff will need your wp-admin access and perhaps FTP etc.

    The support for PeepSo Core, LocSo, MoodSo and TagSo is provided free of charge. Only the premium (paid) ones require a valid license 🙂

    Our support usually does not operate on weekends, though.


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