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weird cpanel error

Discussion in 'Server Configuration and Hosting' started by ŽivaAkcija, Sep 9, 2016.

  1. ŽivaAkcija

    ŽivaAkcija Well-Known Member

    i try install test xenforo site and got this inside error log and 500 internal error when try start install.

    Code:
    [Fri Sep 09 21:38:35.963312 2016] [:error] [pid 21381] [client ] SoftException in Application.cpp:255: File "/home/budimuzika/public_html/index.php" is writeable by group
     
  2. Edit ~/.bash_profile, and insert the following command:

    Change permissions to 755 folder.
     
  3. ŽivaAkcija

    ŽivaAkcija Well-Known Member

    what folder?
     
  4. This is mean your public_html by all folder change permission to 755 and all PHP to 644, will fix.
     
  5. ŽivaAkcija

    ŽivaAkcija Well-Known Member

    you mean 664?
     
  6. No that not, it's 644 PHP permission.
     
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  7. ŽivaAkcija

    ŽivaAkcija Well-Known Member

    ok thanks!!
     
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  8. Your welcome! It's fixed? :)
     
  9. ŽivaAkcija

    ŽivaAkcija Well-Known Member

    no is not i wait host to do job with umask 022
     
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  10. Ah, aswell do your best ;)
     
  11. ŽivaAkcija

    ŽivaAkcija Well-Known Member

    where is that file?
     
  12. Tracy Perry

    Tracy Perry Well-Known Member

    Your home directory... if you have shell access you can see it by using
    ls -A

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  13. ŽivaAkcija

    ŽivaAkcija Well-Known Member

    can hosting resolve this, i dont want mess with that
     
  14. Tracy Perry

    Tracy Perry Well-Known Member

    Depends.. typically only a managed hosting provider will get into shell/CLI mode (where I work from) to help. And you have to be on a VPS or dedi for them to do it.
    I don't know if on a cpanel/WHM install if the accounts are set up with shell access regularly (most likely not). If you do have cPanel/WHM and shell access then they can probably do it.
     
  15. WSWD

    WSWD Well-Known Member

    Is it just one file, or are the permissions wrong on all of them? If it's just the index.php file, go into WHM, go to File Manager, left click the appropriate index.php file, and up top (just below your address bar) you'll see "Change Permissions". It has a little key next to it. That will allow you to change the permissions of that file.
     
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  16. ŽivaAkcija

    ŽivaAkcija Well-Known Member

    its fixed now from hosting manager, thanks!
     
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