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error.log back to chmod 644


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Sniper12

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I have the media gallery on my site, when I use it to check the error.log file. It change chmod back to 644 and then I get an error the next time something should be written in the file. Is there somthing I can do about this. The site is not hosted on my one server.

I get the same error if I tray to use the ban plugin to se the error.log
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I can`t imagine MG to set the rights of error.log. Did you try 775 for error.log ?
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Yes but I get the same result, back to 644 :banghead:
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Ask your hoster Exclamation they may not permit 775
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Hello,

Here are the only files witch use chmod in the mg plugin
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  C:\wamp\www\geeklog-1.5.1\public_html\mediagallery\lib-upload.php (6 hits)
        Line 883:     @chmod($imageThumb, 0644);
        Line 884:     @chmod($imageDisplay, 0644);
        Line 1407:                 @chmod($media_orig, 0644);
        Line 1490:                 @chmod($media_orig, 0644);
        Line 1507:                 @chmod($media_orig,0644);
        Line 1552:                 @chmod($media_orig,0644);
  C:\wamp\www\geeklog-1.5.1\public_html\mediagallery\lib-watermark.php (1 hits)
        Line 414:                 chmod($wm_filename, 0644);
  C:\wamp\www\geeklog-1.5.1\public_html\mediagallery\maint\rssfeed.php (2 hits)
        Line 153:     chmod($feedname, 0664);
        Line 222:     chmod($_MG_CONF['path_html'] . 'rss/' . $_MG_CONF['rss_feed_name'] . '.rss', 0664);


I don't find nothing about chmod the error.log

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It is the error log to geeklog not MG. just use the MG to see the error log, but I get the same error when I use ban plugin to clear the log.
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1000ideen

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O.k., I can confirm that. If you use the log viewer it resets to 644. Actually on my server the files were 644 before and the subdir is 775.
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You can hack the admin/plugin/mediagallery/logview.php file. Near line 99 add the chmod line and set rights as you need.

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if ($action == 'Clear Log File') {
    unlink($_CONF['path_log'] . $_POST['log']);
    $timestamp = strftime( "%c" );
    $fd = fopen( $_CONF['path_log'] . $_POST['log'], a );
        chmod($_CONF['path_log'] . $_POST['log'], 0755);
    fputs( $fd, "$timestamp - Log File Cleared \n" );
    fclose($fd);
    $action = 'View Log File';
}


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Sniper12

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Okay will tray that later today
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Thanks that worked :banana:
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