AFTER TRANSFER MY SITE IGET THIS ERROR

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Hi i am using your great module mini frontpage for a very long time with no problems, now i have transfer my site to anther server and i get this error.
can somone please help me...
Thanks..

Warning: imagejpeg() [function.imagejpeg]: Unable to open '/home/xxxxxx/public_html/images/minifp/1_thumb.jpg' for writing: Permission denied in /home/xxxxxx/public_html/modules/mod_minifrontpage/helper.php on line 308
       
  • Replied by erwinschro on Thursday, February 07 2013, 01:33 AM · Hide· #1
    Hello

    Can you check the following folder permission

    /home/xxxxxx/public_html/images/minifp/

    that folder should be writeable. Try with 755 permission code if it hasn't like that yet.
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  • Replied by 66georgs on Thursday, February 07 2013, 05:24 PM · Hide· #2
    Thank you for your replay..
    Yes i have check the folder permission and it set to 755 olny when i set the to 777 the error disappear .
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  • Replied by admin on Friday, February 08 2013, 10:22 AM · Hide· #3
    Hi 66georgs, where did you host your website? A good web host provider should not allow 777 permission.
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  • Replied by 66georgs on Friday, February 08 2013, 02:39 PM · Hide· #4
    It on dedicate sever..
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  • Replied by 66georgs on Friday, February 08 2013, 10:43 PM · Hide· #5
    when i go back to 755 i get the same error..:(
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  • Replied by erwinschro on Saturday, February 09 2013, 02:41 AM · Hide· #6
    Then we think you should set your dedicated server to not allow 777 permission for all files (at least 755 to make all files writeable, not 777). Try to contact your server support regarding this issue.
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  • Replied by admin on Saturday, February 09 2013, 03:17 AM · Hide· #7
    Folders with 777 permissions are dangerous. It's obviously a bad server setup if you have to set 777 permission, or if you are told to do that. Its the source of a LOT of security issues. I'd suggest you to ask your server admin to use better / secure configuration.
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  • Replied by 66georgs on Saturday, February 09 2013, 08:50 AM · Hide· #8
    Ok, i now about file permissions and the security risk of 777 file permission. i just wanted to let you know that the error still contains with 755 permission and i test it with 777 the error don't show..
    any solution for my problem.. i really will like to continue using mini frontpage but have to fix it asp my site looks like that over a week.
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    Replied by erwinschro on Saturday, February 09 2013, 09:55 AM · Hide· #9
    Oh my God....
    the error with 755 permission is because your server has not been configured properly to be secure enough.
    Just ask or tell your server admin about this issue.
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