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#1 21.05.2007 18:14

llista
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From: Argentina
Registered: 19.05.2007
Posts: 4
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Problem changing cfg permissions

I installed blogCMS and all is great, but now I have to change .cfg permissions from 666 to 444 for security reasons and when I try to do this from CPanel I get error "[a fatal error or timeout occurred while processing this directive]"

When I try to do this from FTP (Filezilla) I dont get an error but it does not change it.

Ideas/suggestions about where the problem is appreciated

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#2 21.05.2007 18:57

Radek Hulán
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From: Prague, Czech Republic
Registered: 17.03.2004
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Re: Problem changing cfg permissions

You can add $CONF['alertOnSecurityRisk']=0; at the end of cfg.php, and this problem will be ignored.


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#3 22.05.2007 13:09

llista
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From: Argentina
Registered: 19.05.2007
Posts: 4
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Re: Problem changing cfg permissions

I had read about this on Blogcms manual butI just didn't do because I thought it could be a security risk, since you advice me to ignore it I will assume it is not too important to allow users "write" access to cgf.php file.

Thank you


EDITED:

Sorry, the above trick did not work when I tried to save cfg.php I got the same error as before and I could not save it, but I have now solved it smile

Here is how in case someone else has the same problem:

Go to globalfunctions.php inside admin/libs then you will see:
$CONF['alertOnSecurityRisk']=1;

Change it to 0, and it works! If I have a security risk let me know ASAP, thanks

Last edited by llista (22.05.2007 13:28)

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