The answer is Yes, however you might want to make sure and wait for another member here to confirm my answer as I am not confident. Better yet, why don't you ask the iPage guys because they can answer you better...
Im receiving this same error, however, it just happened out of the blue..
Im running iis 5, on a w2k server. ive checked, and re-checked all of my permissions, and everything seems to be in good shape. however, I still keep getting the same error about write access..
Does this affect another file, or is there an issue at all with php5 and this script?.
Im stumped, so I'm just throwing out ideas....
Help would be appreciated,.
This is usually a rather easy task to fix..
Sometimes, the Oscommerce view this message even if the propertis of the configure.php is set to 644. If so, try to via your ftp-program set the properties to 444..
If this does not work, you can try to change the setting via a php-script..
Please look below:.
Hope this will help you...
Just load this at the end of any php-page and then visit that page when you go on-line. By visiting the actual page you will also load the script..
I had the same problem and this helped me to get rid of the varning message..
I get all sorts of errors in my configure.php script when I try that.....
Warning: chmod() [function.chmod]: Permission denied in D:\Domains\twistecproducts\scripts\catalog\includes\configure.php on line 45.
Warning: session_start() [function.session-start]: Cannot send session cookie - headers already sent by (output started at D:\Domains\twistecproducts\scripts\catalog\includes\configure.php:45) in D:\Domains\twistecproducts\scripts\catalog\includes\functions\sessions.php on line 67.
Warning: session_start() [function.session-start]: Cannot send session cache limiter - headers already sent (output started at D:\Domains\twistecproducts\scripts\catalog\includes\configure.php:45) in D:\Domains\twistecproducts\scripts\catalog\includes\functions\sessions.php on line 67.
In addition to the error about being able to write to the configure.php file..
I did have another error that was attributed to php5? is that a possibility? I can see from iis and ntfs permissions that the file does not actually have write access...is there a way to remark out the line that checks whether configure.php can be written to or not?? that would probably fix it....
Thanx in advance for any help....
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: 23 September 2004, 18:24..
I am sorry that my advice did not help you out..
I do not have so deep knowlegde regarding Oscommerce so I cannot give your more advice than this. Reading your error description it looked very similar to the problem that I have..
I got the advice to run the php-script and this helped me out. I do not have any futher ideas on how your problem could get helped..
If you want to mark out any code in an php.file, I have learned that the signs like below..
/*the text that you want to mark out*/.
I do not know that line to mark out in order to prevent the check. Furthermore, I think it is better to solve the root problem instead of just hiding it. That is actually what you are doing if you comment out that line. The security risk is still there, but the warning message wont appear..
Please rembember to make a proper backup of your files before you make any changes. In case anything goes wrong, your prevous files can easily be reversed and it will save you a lot of work..
Hi fellow forum holders.
I am using OsCommerce ms1 and recently discovered a security warning message being displayed on top banner of all pages once check-out button is pressed in my shopping cart..
Link where problem starts:.
Can anyone please help me fix this : I don't know how to fix and set permissions for this? This is chasing customers away apparently!!! HELP.
This is explained in the knowledge base. basically you need to use ftp program or your cpanel (if you have it) file manager and change the properties to 644...