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#1 2011-08-08 11:55:35

philwareham
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Textpattern as an installable app in Plesk

My hosted linux server came with a copy of Parallels Plesk 10 (for better or worse), which has a list of optional one-click application installs per domain, one of which is Textpattern (yay!)…

…but it’s only version 4.2.0 – quite old now. Does anyone now how we can submit the latest version package of TXP to Plesk?

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#2 2021-05-26 06:14:40

kuro
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Re: Textpattern as an installable app in Plesk

i have a kind of isssue:

My folders doesn ‘t works (i have a VPS with CentOS and Plesk)…

Image directory is not writable: /…./httpdocs/images
File directory path is not writable: files
Temporary directory path is not writable: /textpattern/tmp
Plugin directory is not writable: /var/www/vhosts/domain.com/httpdocs/textpattern/plugin

Do you know the reason?
i’ve tried ssh via… updating the 775 permissions and nothing works :(

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#3 2021-05-26 07:24:37

etc
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Re: Textpattern as an installable app in Plesk

Hi, is 777 working?

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#4 2021-05-26 08:21:47

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Re: Textpattern as an installable app in Plesk

etc wrote #330262:

Hi, is 777 working?

No.

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#5 2021-05-26 14:32:44

gaekwad
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Re: Textpattern as an installable app in Plesk

This would be a question for your host, kuro.

The directory structure looks OK to me, but I wonder if the ssh user you’re using to transfer the files across with is not the one used by the web server (Apache, Nginx etc). The check for “is this directory writable” uses the web server user, which is not always the same as your ssh user.

Try setting the files to be owned by www-data (user and group) to see if that helps. Switch to httpdocs and try this:

sudo chown -R www-data:www-data
sudo chmod 775 -R ./* ./.*

Does that help?

Last edited by gaekwad (2021-05-26 14:33:03)

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#6 2021-05-27 02:14:14

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Re: Textpattern as an installable app in Plesk

gaekwad wrote #330266:

This would be a question for your host, kuro.

The directory structure looks OK to me, but I wonder if the ssh user you’re using to transfer the files across with is not the one used by the web server (Apache, Nginx etc). The check for “is this directory writable” uses the web server user, which is not always the same as your ssh user.

Try setting the files to be owned by www-data (user and group) to see if that helps. Switch to httpdocs and try this:

sudo chown -R www-data:www-data...

Does that help?

Doesn’t works…

I execute following your instructions and nothing happens :(
sudo chown -R www-data:www-data

Then, i wrote this inside the httpdocs folder
chmod 775 -R ./* ./.*

after this , i only can see the index of my site… If i want navegate throught some articles site (from home), the site send me a 500 error…

Last edited by kuro (2021-05-27 02:15:45)

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#7 2021-05-27 19:12:30

gaekwad
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Re: Textpattern as an installable app in Plesk

kuro wrote #330278:

Doesn’t works…

after this , i only can see the index of my site… If i want navegate throught some articles site (from home), the site send me a 500 error…

OK, this probably means there’s a problem with the .htaccess file. Can you post the contents here, please?

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#8 2021-05-27 19:16:37

gaekwad
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Re: Textpattern as an installable app in Plesk

Check your SSL / TLS status.

You have mixed protocols (http + https) and the missing SSL / TLS will show errors when you try https content.

Messy URLs do work, which also suggests there is a problem with your .htaccess file in some way.

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#9 2021-05-28 18:12:23

kuro
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Re: Textpattern as an installable app in Plesk

gaekwad wrote #330280:

Check your SSL / TLS status.

You have mixed protocols (http + https) and the missing SSL / TLS will show errors when you try https content.

Messy URLs do work, which also suggests there is a problem with your .htaccess file in some way.

Thanks…

I have to move the .htaccess

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