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First of all What are the differences between VPN, WPA, Verisign SSL, and TSL? Many thanks for any answer or 2. Another quick question... Hi Folks!.

I don't get it!!!.

First of all some information about my system..

-I've got 2 domains where OSc (latest "2" Release) is installed.

-2 Databases.

-one Webspace.

-Both domains hav their own folders with the OSc files.

-cache.php from both istallations are identic (checked with WinMerge).

-admin/configure.php from both installations are identic (except from the root Paths & domainsettinge & Databases).

-both /images folders have CHMOD 777.

-both /admin/aplication_top.php's are identic (don't know it it has somethin to do wich it).

-I hope, this are enough information for now.

If not, let me know!.

Now my problem.

Shop 1.

Was running great til now. Was able to upload & edit product pictures..

Suddenly I couldn't upload or change the images and recive that error message....

Warning: No file uploaded..

Due to that problem I had the idea to install Osc.

Shop 2.

With an other domain, in a separate folder and an other database. :puh:.

On this installation the upload works fine!.

Then I compared the "Cache" settings under "Configuration"..

Shop 1.

= true | /absolute/path/!.

Shop 2.

= false | /tmp/.

Accordin to that I changed the values from.

Shop 1.

To the values like in.

Shop 2.

(didn't work!).

In.

Shop 1.

It's telling me under "Tools" -> "Cache settings":.

Error: the Cache folder is N/A. Please set it in Konfiguration / Cache.

Cache Directoryr: /tmp/.

Hmmm let's see what.

Shop 2.

Tells me.

Categories Box File does not exist Reset.

Manufacturers Box File does not exist Reset.

Also Purchased Module File does not exist Reset.

Cache Directory: /tmp/.

Isn't that wiered? It's working there an funy is that I can't find the directory "tmp" nowhere in.

Shop 2.

In Shop 1 there is a folder called "tmp" in root (catalog/tmp/) with CHMOD 777.

Please please girls & boys, help me!.

I realy don't get it....

My BRAIN is about to explode... That'll be a nasty thin I can tell you.

P.S. If you need some more information abaout installed modules let me know.

And sorry 4 my english (I'm german).

Thank's a lot for your help!!!.

Waiti..

Comments (5)

I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the answer. I'll do some research and get back to you if I bump into an answer. You should email the people at Verisign as they probably know..

Comment #1

Re: SHOP 2 >.

Click me.

By the way, folder permissions should be 755..

With a 777 permission, you're asking for trouble...

Comment #2

Hi,.

@BryceJr.

Thanks but i've got the cache already running.*.

If I change the permissions to 755 OSc tells me:.

Warning: The Cache Directory is write protected..

* And why shop2 this is the one which is working..

What i've ment:.

In shop2 isn't a folder called tmp in any directory but it's working..

But when I login to the Admin I get this error message:.

Warning: is_dir() [function.is-dir]: open_basedir restriction in effect. File(..) is not within the allowed path(s): (/var/kunden/webs/KD00000/shop1/:/tmp/) in /var/kunden/webs/KD00000/shop1/admin/index.php on line 65..

Comment #3

Assuming your servers are running under some version of Unix or Linux the /tmp/ directory is located at the very root of your hard drive. If you were running Windows it would be at c:/tmp/This directory is normally usable by Linux programs for storing temporary files and by default should be available on any Linux server. Since you are having trouble with shop 1 you may need to create your own /tmp/ directory, probably inside your catalog directory. If you do this then you will need to set it's location in oscommerce as /absolutepathtocatalog/tmp/If you are not sure exactly where your catalog directory is located check your catalog/includes/configure.php and look at the entry for DIR_FS_CATALOG. If I was creating a /tmp/ directory under catalog on our server I would find that the catalog is located at /home/e-smith/files/ibays/Primary/html/ and therefore the new tmp directory would be at /home/e-smith/files/ibays/Primary/html/tmp/ ...

Comment #4

Well figured out that my problem has nothing to do with the cache settings..

In shop2 I set the value from true -> to false..

Still can upload productimages..

So where is the problem?.

@ wdepot.

I already set the absolute path to the selfcreated tmp folder in the cache settings..

Yes I also created the tmp folder in shop1.

E.g.: /shop1/tmp/.

And the link in my cache settings:.

/var/kunden/webs/KD00000/shop1/tmp/.

That's in the configure.php.

Define('DIR_FS_CATALOG', '/var/kunden/webs/KD00000/shop1/');..

Comment #5

I don't think it has something to do with the image because I can upload the image in shop2 without any problem..

Comment #6


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