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CutieCute2

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    Christina
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  1. CutieCute2

    Checking File Permissions

    Hi Geoffrey and other "permissions checker" fans. You must all be busy? My problem isn't a big one so I'm still hoping to solve it. To reiterate my problem and question....... When I upload new products, the uploaded images have a 777 permission instead of 644. The option of updating all permissions with Geoffrey's Permission Checker seems better than changing the permissions of each new image, however, I require a 700 permission for my sitemonitor.php file so I have to change that manually. I have tried to create an individual checker thingy for sitemonitor.php by changing sitemap to sitemonitor. It all appears and looks good but doesn't change the permissions. Could someone please tell me the lines I need to change?
  2. CutieCute2

    Checking File Permissions

    So, in order to have the site_monitor.php file set to 777, I need to duplicate another entry such as the one for IP_trap.php I have duplicated info at lines: 175 483 591-595
  3. CutieCute2

    Checking File Permissions

    I've made some progress creating a special entry for sitemonitor. I've tried twice, once duplicating the IP_trap (15) and once duplicating the sitemap (16) info to sitemonitor (17), and both times the sitemonitor appears on the first page but after I click on "check" or "update", nothing happens. The default permission is 700, but the check shows 644 OK. Thanks.
  4. CutieCute2

    SiteMonitor

    Thanks again for your continued support Jack.
  5. CutieCute2

    SiteMonitor

    Hello all. Is it possible to make some changes so that the site monitor addon can check more files? For example, check the files on a html website on the same domain name or even check another shop on the same hosting account? Ideally, is it possible (and practical) to have one site monitor add on installed to check all files in a hosting account? -------------------- The reason I ask is to be able to check several shops within one hosting account with one click and more importantly, just set one crontab and get one email informing the status of muliple sites.
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    Checking File Permissions

    (EDITED) As I posted the solution to my own question from yesterday and asked my next question, you posted both solutions. Thanks Geoffrey Walton!!!
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    Checking File Permissions

    Hi Geoffrey, I have a crontab set up to execute admin/sitemonitor.php but after I update my php files to 644, I get a message (execute) "permission denied". When I change this file to 700, it works. My problem here is that after I update my permissions in the administration panel, I need to go to my hosting control panel everytime to change my admin/sitemonitor.php permission setting. I guess the only solution to this is to individualize the admin/sitemonitor.php permission like you have done to configure.php and IPtrap.php???
  8. CutieCute2

    Checking File Permissions

    Hi all and thanks Geoffrey for a great contribution. My question:- How can I change the default permissions which appear just before I click on update? Details:- When I add a new product, the images are uploaded with a 777 permission. There might be an easier way to change these permissions but about once a week, I just use this addon and update image permissions to 644. To my annoyance, I have to change ALL the default permissions to my desired permission EVERYTIME. Also, It's been mentioned in the previous page or two that some of the suggested permissions are strange. This problem can be eliminated if the contribution user can change the default permissions themselves to their desired settings. Thanks.
  9. CutieCute2

    SiteMonitor

    Hi Jack, I've set up the cron job and I get an email saying:- /bin/sh: home/www/ (myurl) .com.au/buy/admin/sitemonitor.php: Permission denied I've checked my .htaccess files but don't know how to fix it. If this problem has been discussed before, let me know and I'll look for it. Cheers, Christina
  10. CutieCute2

    No SiteMonitor in Left Column

    See this thread for the solution to my problem and other discussions for this contribution. Site Monitor Thread
  11. CutieCute2

    SiteMonitor

    I'm not an expert at this but try copying the the V2.9 files over the old ones. Make sure the code to be inserted the other 3 files are the same in both versions too.
  12. CutieCute2

    SiteMonitor

    The other version does refer to previous versions and probably had it written somewhere and I missed it. So Sorry, my Bad. Although, opening up the catalog folder and seeing the choice is much better. But as you mentioned, if someone has the same problem as I had, hopefully they can find this thread.
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    SiteMonitor

    Hi Jack, Problem solved. I had contributions 7729 and 4441 downloaded to my computer. I was using 7729 which is for OSC V2.3. When I opened 4441, I saw the two versions and realized there was a seperate version for V2.2. I've made good progress since then. Thanks for a great contribution and for your advice.
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    SiteMonitor

    Thanks for you post. I can confirm that (DIR_WS_BOXES . 'blablabla.php');, does create a fatal error message (DIR_WS_BOXES . 'tools.php');, (DIR_WS_BOXES . 'tools.php');, Creates the tools link twice. and (DIR_WS_BOXES . 'sitemonitor.php');, produces nothing at all. I think I have a basic problem so I've tried to understand the basic operations of the (your?) addon contribution. When the admin index page is loaded it calls (pardon my amature languague) the admin/includes/column_left.php which lists all the links to be placed in the left column. (as above). The line (DIR_WS_BOXES . 'tools.php');, calls the admin/includes/boxes/tools.php file which contains something like HEADING_BOX_TOOLS which call the word "Tools" from the admin...english.php . All the above is true for the sitemonitor link but nothing is displayed. I even cut the contents of boxes/sitemonitor.php and pasted into boxes/tools.php but the word Tools disappeared from the list of links in the left column. I've been wanting a contribution like this for the last year but just came across it recently. It's such a shame I can't use it.
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    SiteMonitor

    Thanks for taking the time to try to help me. When i said "admin menu list" I meant the column on the left side of the admin page. I've been through the first four steps a number of times to see if I'm making a mistake, but still no luck. Are you saying if my admin/includes/column_left.php file includes require(DIR_WS_BOXES . 'sitemonitor.php'); with no other changes, I would be able to see something in the left column? How about require(DIR_WS_BOXES . 'blablabla.php'); ? If this is not the case, my curiosity still lies in the question. If one wanted to create a new line (with or without a link to click on) in the left column on the admin page, which file or files would need to be modified? How would this be done?
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