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From: fharrison <fharri...@frd.co.uk>
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Did the sync give you any warnings?
I also got both errors when I updated yesterday. The directories in
question needs to be owned or read/writeable by the Apache user; a
quick hack (and it is a hack) is to (from media) "chmod 777 -R
On Sep 17, 9:41=A0am, Guillaume Dufr=EAne <guillaume.dufr...@free.fr>
> Hi Christian,
> thanks for your reply,
> Both errors were reported by this page for me.
> So, I created the /media/uploaded/images
> I "chowned" this new directory to www-data which is the apache user
> I executed the ./manage.sh syncdb
> I reloaded apache (I don't really think it was necessary)
> No more error about the images directory but it is still said that i
> need to sync my db ... ever, and ever ...
> Christian Hammond wrote:
> > In both your cases, which instructions is it showing for the manual
> > server updates? There are currently two things that can trigger this
> > page. One being that /media/uploaded/images is not a directory, and
> > one being that syncdb hasn't been ran.
> > I'm assuming the former in both your cases.
> > Christian
> > --
> > Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com <mailto:chip...@chipx86.com>