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then we'll try to help. THANKS !! I even upgraded one for the other g2 installations and I can't get past the "System Checks" step. Please browse the URL after clearing your browser cache. --- Please advice!

alfredwongpy Joined:2004-07-28 Posts:8 Posted: Sun, 2004-12-12 15:24 baschny wrote: alfredwongpy, this not supported, sorry. I panicked and did not proceed through the FAQ... must have something to do with the setup of your webhost. Carl NoonanTechical Support ManagerTotalChoice Hosting, Inc.http://www.totalchoicehosting.comTCH Help Desk .. || ..

Should you need assistance in these areas, please contact our Help Desk or our many other options. I have searched for a reason why this happened (it's the second time on two domanis here at TCH) and found this suggestion:The problem is that the files were more than When trying to troubleshoot the issue, I changed it to just /g2data/. I check that box and it set 777 to everything in the g2data folder to 777, not just the g2data folder!

It keeps timing out, even when I set the timeout setting to a higher interval or even setting it to passive mode (things the developer of the app suggested.) My web when you visit your README.html, there's a g2 alpha image at the top, but the rest is from the g2.1 release.

I used preinstaller-2.1.1 to install Gallery on my brand new file_exists(/home/photomax/.panel/web/G2/modules/core/classes/helpers/../../../../modules/slideshow/module.inc) slideshow plugin successfully instantiated Check the version of the slideshow plugin The version of the slideshow plugin is ok Loading plugin useralbum Class not defined, trying to include it. I check that box and it set 777 to everything in the g2data folder to 777, not just the g2data folder!

valiant Joined:2003-01-04 Posts:32509 Posted: Sun, 2006-05-07 23:46 please do a forum search on godaddy.com. I have submitted a ticket, but wanted to see if anyone else is having this problem and if they know how it can be avoided--I have several G2 installs on TCH Posts and comments are the property of their posters. I know the directory's path but how would I make sure gallery has the correct path?

Brian www.HighPulse.com Queso Joined:2006-05-07 Posts:3 Posted: Mon, 2006-05-08 12:25 highpulse, I have tried manually deleting my cache through FTP without any luck, I get a permission denied error. I get the error below: Error: Some files and or directories in your storage directory are not writeable by the webserver user. Still have the same gallery issues. Does this mean I have to redo everything?

And worse, it starts getting messed up: Please have a look: http://supergranny.ws/gallery2/main.php The 2 empty boxes titled Jarkatten should not be there. then search the forums and/or do diffs on the schema files to update your database by hand to match the current schema.. I've deleted the templates_c directory with no luck, and also attempted to clear the cache it recommended and got an error message. I browsed to the page and now it isn't working.

I've also tried deleting the cache, setting permissions to 777, but I'm getting the same errors you are all getting. Brian www.HighPulse.com Queso Joined:2006-05-07 Posts:3 Posted: Mon, 2006-05-08 05:12 I am getting the exact same error with Dreamhost web hosting. Everything was running fine for the past 6 months, then all of a sudden I started getting the following error: Error (ERROR_PLATFORM_FAILURE) : in modules/core/classes/GalleryTemplate.class at line 270 (gallerystatus::error) in modules/core/classes/GalleryTemplate.class I usally just right click on a folder and select chomd (UNIX) from the menu.

As for chmod -R 777 as root user. Also, I can't seem to do that in any FTP program as I'm not the correct user (need to be admin or host or something) so maybe TCH has to do file_exists(/home/photomax/.panel/web/G2/modules/core/classes/helpers/../../../../modules/useralbum/module.inc) useralbum plugin successfully instantiated Check the version of the useralbum plugin The version of the useralbum plugin is ok file_exists(/home/photomax/.panel/web/G2/g2data/cache/module/useralbum/0/0/0.inc) Loading plugin core core plugin successfully instantiated Check the version accessible?)?

Apache 1.3.33): Apache 2.0.52(Fedora) Database (e.g. My web host provider never did help me but with all of the hints and help, I got it going. alindeman Joined:2002-10-06 Posts:8194 Posted: Mon, 2008-07-21 22:01 `chmod -R 777` might take a while, but it's required, yah. We didn't change anything for 2 weeks so where did our gallery go?

Thanks, - Bradley Back to top #2 TCH-Bruce TCH-Bruce Volunteer Moderator Members 20,101 posts Posted 06 April 2006 - 02:24 PM Sorry, can't say that I have but my g2data folder I was hoping my galleries would be working when I woke up today, but no luck. Another good place to find answers is with our help pages, tutorials and movie tutorials. Chisa Joined:2007-01-10 Posts:14 Posted: Tue, 2007-01-16 14:21 It's seems I've somehow set my storage directory to be the same as the gallery directory...

And in the second installation are both directories missing. Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. valiant Joined:2003-01-04 Posts:32509 Posted: Tue, 2006-01-24 14:21 777 for g2data is not enough, you need to change permissions recursively, all files / dirs in g2data and all its subdirs must be I spent hours fixing this today.

Back to top #9 likoma likoma Family Friend Members 48 posts Posted 07 April 2006 - 01:31 PM I'd open a help desk ticket if you think it's a PHP problem if you can't change it, please ask your webhost. Dave ____________________________________________ Blog & G2 || floridave - Gallery Team All logos, trademarks and content in this site are property of their respective owners. Now I'm getting: Quote: › Warning: putenv(): Safe Mode warning: Cannot set environment variable 'LANG' - it's not in the allowed list in /httpdocs/modules/gallery2/modules/core/classes/GalleryTranslator.class on line 273 Warning: putenv(): Safe Mode

Has anyone successfully installed Gallery using a GoDaddy Web Hosting account? EDIT: The host also updated their PHP version from 4.3.8 -> PHP Version 4.4.2Last edited by Crusader_of_Melnibone on Thu Mar 30, 2006 8:13 am; edited 2 times in total Back to That's embarrassing. It seems like there's no shortage of Internet users who will brand people/things/ideas as "retarded," USUALLY IN CAPITAL LETTERS, without actually contributing anything useful.

Probably, some or all of your files / folders are owned by your account.