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Which permissions are needed?

Step 1: Check File Permissions:

Permission on ../include/common.dist.php are incorrect (644)

Permission on ../include are incorrect (755)

Permission on ../images/listing_photos are incorrect (755)

Permission on ../images/user_photos are incorrect (755)

Permission on ../images/vtour_photos are incorrect (755)

Permission on ../images/page_upload are incorrect (755)

Permission on ../images/blog_uploads are incorrect (755)

Permission on ../files/listings are incorrect (755)

Permission on ../files/users are incorrect (755)

Permission on ../addons are incorrect (755)

Permission on ../files/browsercap_cache are incorrect (755)

The installer reports that file perms are incorrect.

What should I set them to?

Thank you.

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The files & folder listed all need to be writeable by your webserver. You will need to talk with you host to determine what the correct permission levels are to make them writeable by your webserver, as this varies based on the servers configuration.

We STRONGLY recommend you use a host that runs PHP in suexec mode, which runs php as your account's user. If php was running in suexec mode you would not need to modify these permissions. Without php running in suexec mode the one click upgrade feature in Open-Realty is not going to work either.

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I am trying to install open-realty in my local LAMP server, I need to test it first and I also need to run it locally to develop.

I cannot develop online.

I am seriously thinking on hosting with you guys, but I need to develop offline.

So, please tell me numerically what needs be done.

I will make sure that my local server runs in suexec mode, but that is an ulterior step.

Right now I am getting following error:

Warning: [obfuscated](): stat failed for ../include/common.dist.php in /var/www/open-realty/install/index.php on line 583

Permission on ../include/common.dist.php are incorrect (0)

Permission on ../include are correct

Permission on ../images/listing_photos are incorrect (755)

Permission on ../images/user_photos are incorrect (755)

Permission on ../images/vtour_photos are incorrect (755)

Permission on ../images/page_upload are incorrect (755)

Permission on ../images/blog_uploads are incorrect (755)

Permission on ../files/listings are incorrect (755)

Permission on ../files/users are incorrect (755)

Permission on ../addons are incorrect (755)

Permission on ../files/browsercap_cache are incorrect (755)

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I changed all file perms to 777 and could continue with next step.

This does not matter much since I am in my local server.

Cannot access admin area because I am asked for login, I entered my registration login and it failed.

Next I entered the valid email address I used to download OR in the first place, got error: you must enter a valid email address.

This makes no sense to me.

Please help.

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You must set an administrative email address in the site configuration before you can use your site.

I accessed the admin area with defaults (admin + password), then I changed those in my account, entered valid email, and updated.

OR will not let me into site.

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You need to set the Administrative Email in Site Config.

http://docs.transparent-tech.com/open-realty/latest/installingfromscratch.html

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I am going to tweak my local server for this app.

I am getting too many errors and warnings because my error reporting is set to strict and I am using PHP 5.4.4.

Also I will set PHP to work in suexec mode before continuing setup.

I am really considering your hosting option, but do not want to transfer my email too, because it is too sensitive, and Iceweasel (Thunderbird) does not backup/restore well, I use an IMAP account.

Anyway, I need to contact your sales team, please respond with their email.

Thank you.

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