Warning: The script does not have permission write to /pixels/ or the directory

Million Dollar Script Forums Installation Warning: The script does not have permission write to /pixels/ or the directory

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  • #2706

    tuan anh
    Participant

    in Pixel Admin have Warning: The script does not have permission write to /pixels/ or the directory
    i don’t why? t have chomd 777 for .pixels/
    please help me!
    my site

    #2707

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    Hi there,

    So that I can tell which file it’s coming from, which page are you getting the error at? Also, please copy and paste the full error you’re getting here.

    Thanks,

    Ryan

    #2708

    stephan
    Participant

    I have the same problem.

    public_html/admin/temp/temp1.gif

    Finished.

    Warning: The script does not have permission write to /pixels/ or the directory does not exist

    Here you can process the images. This is where the script gets all the user’s approved pixels, and merges it into a single image. It automatically publishes the final grid into the /pixels/ directory where the grid images are served from. Click the button below after approving pixels.

    This is after I try to process the pixels.

    At the home page I get the error:

    The file: /pixels/main1.gif doesn’t exist.
    Please process your pixels from the Admin section (Look under ‘Pixel Admin’)

    But I can see the file in Filezilla.
    I believe I set everything to 777 so it should be writable
    Funny thing is, when I go to Pixel Inventory > Price Zones, I can see the pixels I put in as a test.

    It appears to me that the script generates the wrong file. It’s creating a temp1.gif in the wrong folder. I replaced the main1.gif with the temp1.gif. But I still get the same errors.

    Do you have any thoughts?

    #2709

    stephan
    Participant

    Never mind, I fixed it.

    I forgot to fill in the Server Path to MDS Root Directory.

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