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  1. After successfully upgrading a Revive installation from 3.1.0 to 3.2.4, I new get this error every time I log in: Error: File permission errors detected. These may impact the accurate delivery of your ads, See the debug.log file for the list of unwritable files If I check the var/debug.log file, there are no error messages related to file permissions. Is there some way to find out what the problem is and fix it?
  2. Totally digging Revive and the plugins! Thought I would pass on issue was having and how I solved. When trying to access the "Video Ads - Player Info" area always got an error (like 404 or 403 can't remember) and just gave up. Got some spare time and looking at the files in the videoReport folder, saw that many were set to 777. Changed them to 755 and everything started working. I am sure it is known that many servers puke at 777 these days so 755 should maybe be default? Thanks for the great platform, we use it for many school related projects and helps us make a few bucks:) Susan
  3. Hi! I tried to upgrade from 3.0.5 to 3.1.0. My system configuarion is: Apache, PHP 5.4.35, MySQL 5.1.73-1+deb6u1. On the system check page I get 4 error messages that directories are not writable (var, var/cache, var/plugins and plugins). Some other directories have the sampe permissions (777) and the system says it's OK (e.g. www/admin/plugins) I checked it serveral times but these directories are definitely 777. I have also changed all directories and sub directories to 777 but nothing changes. I used chmod 777 with telnet login. I have a similar error message in my 3.0.5 installation but everything worked fine (no problems): "Error: File permission errors detected. These may impact the accurate delivery of your ads, See the debug.log file for the list of unwritable files." What's the problem? Is it possible to deactivate this test in the system check page of the installation procedure? Has anybody an idea or solved this problem? Thanks in advance for all tips! Tobean
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