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Author: Subject: Can't open ./cl_files/data/ file.
MrO
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posted on 6/17/2003 at 07:14 AM Reply With Quote
Can't open ./cl_files/data/ file.


When I run show.php in the default isnstallation I got this messages. What does it mean. The calender is not shown in when I type index.php


Thanks in advance

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nik


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posted on 6/17/2003 at 10:50 AM Reply With Quote

If we've understood you correctly the problem happens because you call show.php without parameters instead of calling index.php. If this doesn't help, please, be more specific about platform you are using and send code fragment from index.php where calendars are installed.
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MrO
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posted on 6/17/2003 at 11:39 AM Reply With Quote

Yes, I just typed show.php without any parameters.

I have "installed" the PHP event calender as told in the readme. Instaleld in the default catalog cl_files. I have not change any parameters in the calender.php or global.php.

$_path_to_calendar = './cl_files/';
$_path_to_calendar_img = './cl_files/img/';
$_path_to_data = './cl_files/data/';

The installationinstruction refered to an config.php, but that file can't I find.

When I then move the index.php to root folder and type www.xxx.xxx.index.php, the default "demopage" comes up, but no calnders is showing . Just the link to control panel

Thanks in advance

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posted on 6/18/2003 at 07:51 AM Reply With Quote

If it is possible, please, send via email login and password for FTP access and our specialists will solve your problem.
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posted on 9/26/2003 at 04:55 PM Reply With Quote
having same prob but info does not work


Hi.
Ok ive uploaded all the files
set the permissions
changed the paths accordingly
but when i go to http://www.djbiachi.co.uk/cl_files
at top of the page i get this message

Can't open ./data/global.txt file.
Please, check permissions. For more details see Installation Instructions

then under choose calender i get this message

Can't open ./data/config.php file.
Please, check permissions. For more details see Installation Instructions

any help appreciated...
ps i am not the best with ftp and setting permission .. would be gratefull if u could post the permission numbers needed ie:
755,750,757
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nik


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posted on 9/30/2003 at 09:18 AM Reply With Quote

You should specify paths properly in global.php file. It seems that you haven't put point before the first slash. For instance:
./data/global.txt
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