mamblog chmod error

12 years 7 months ago #61420 by asdasdasdasd
mamblog chmod error was created by asdasdasdasd
Warning... Your config file is You need to chmod this to 766 in order for the config to be updated. Fatal error: Call to a member function showConfig() on a non-object in /home/birstero/public_html/main/administrator/components/com_mamblog/admin.mamblog.php on line 178



Your config file is (blank) Well, what is the config fill I need to chmod. I Chmod 766 configure.php and still get that msg


What blog system does this CB site use?

Post edited by: asdasdasdasd, at: 2008/04/22 22:28

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12 years 5 months ago #66071 by darragh
Replied by darragh on topic Re:mamblog chmod error
I have the same issue with mamblog and CB.
I am not sure where configuration.php is referenced

Darragh

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12 years 5 months ago #66314 by joeofall
Replied by joeofall on topic Re:mamblog chmod error
i got the same problem too!!

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12 years 5 months ago #66576 by denson
Replied by denson on topic Re:mamblog chmod error
I think the problem is that mamblog is not compatible with joomla 1.5...even with the 1.0 legacy mode on.

I don't think any update is coming since the mambot homepage is down and the last update was 2 years ago. :dry:

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11 years 4 months ago #103878 by cbjoel712
Replied by cbjoel712 on topic Re:mamblog chmod error
This is gross negligence.
And then we have to pay money for this?
It should be un-integrated or something should say in advance that it's not compatible with 1.5!

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11 years 4 months ago #105345 by ramadji
Replied by ramadji on topic Re:mamblog chmod error
hello,
I don't know if this thread is still open but I just want to say that I faced the same problem and I was able to fix it. Connect to your ftp server and navigate to the mamblog sub-folder under components. It looks something like this: /public_html/.../components/com_mamblog. Find the file configuration.php and set the permission on the file to 766. You can do: chmod 766 configuration.php if you're using the command line. If you're using a FTP client like FileZilla, right-click on the name of the file and click on file permission to set the value to 766.
I thought this might help someone save sometime.

Best regards,

ramadji

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