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PHP Warning: include() [function.include]: Failed opening '../settings.php' for inclusion (include_path='.') in /internal/class.config.php on line 51.

Line 51: include ('../settings.php');

Seems like an easy fix. Any hints would be helpful.



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    I did during install, but when I check it just now it was 644.

    Dunno how that happened. Obviously it installed... >.

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    Does 666 make it work?

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    I assume it resolved.

    I don't actually remember what the problem was, and I haven't see it pop up in the error logs lately, so I think that did it.

    There's so much I've done since then, I can't remember. Haha



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    Have you renamed settings.php.default to settings.php and CHMOD it to 666?

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    how wil u change d chmod, nd from wer wil u change it?

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    CHMOD is a fancy term for Permissions.

    Whenever you are inside of your Webhost File Manager you can right click on files and there will be an option: "Change Permissions".

    The rest from there is intuitive and self explanatory.


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