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jmakovec
Re: Unable to write to main menu
  • 2004/12/28 15:02

  • jmakovec

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  • Since: 2004/12/23


Got it. Wasn't the cache directory, but the adminmenu.php file in that folder that needed the permissions change. Thanks for the help.



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jmakovec
Unable to write to main menu
  • 2004/12/28 14:58

  • jmakovec

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  • Since: 2004/12/23


All the sudden, when I try to install/uninstall a module I get a little "failed open file" in the upper left corner and at the bottom of the installation log it says "Unable to write to main menu". Any ideas on what this is and what I need to do to fix it?



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jmakovec
Re: You don't have permission to access /modules/system/admin.php on this server.
  • 2004/12/23 18:30

  • jmakovec

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  • Since: 2004/12/23


Problem Solved! Response from my web host:

Quote:
Sorry for the trouble. We had installed a software to block attack against the web-server which caused the trouble for you.We have tweaked that to allow the URL format. However the URL http:///modules/system/admin.php?fct=groups is not redirecting to http://
Can you please confirm this link should be working in other way.


From the response, I don't know if the "Groups" admin menu has a redirect problem that sets off this Security Software. But in my case, my web host took care of the problem.



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jmakovec
Re: You don't have permission to access /modules/system/admin.php on this server.
  • 2004/12/23 17:20

  • jmakovec

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  • Since: 2004/12/23


OK, my web host got back to me and said they upgraded their Zend Optimizer, but I'm still having the same problem so that isn't the cause like the other common error thats going around. Like I said earlier, what is strange is it used to work fine. I sent a reply back to my web host support asking them to look into it some more.



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jmakovec
Re: You don't have permission to access /modules/system/admin.php on this server.
  • 2004/12/23 15:40

  • jmakovec

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  • Since: 2004/12/23


I'm also having the exact same problem. The funny thing is, it worked at one time. I haven't tried to use the Group admin feature in a while, but did yesterday and got the exact same error as original poster.



Installed a fresh copy of XOOPS on a subdomain and same problem. Group Admin feature won't work. I thought it might be similar to the problem that was mentioned on the main page about my host upgrading their PHP to version 4.3.10 (which they did, I checked the PHP version) and not upgrading Zend Optimizer so I sent a support ticket to them verifying this. I'll let you know the results when I find out from them.

Quote:

Forbidden
You don't have permission to access /modules/system/admin.php on this server.

Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.


--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Apache/1.3.33 Server at
Port 80

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