Help with a few projects

Linux for blind general discussion blinux-list at
Wed Dec 13 02:24:16 UTC 2017

How bout u do a quick ls -l to see if your ownership changes took effect.

On 12/12/17, Linux for blind general discussion <blinux-list at> wrote:
> I did that, but that didn't do anything, so I typed reboot and am
> waiting for everything to come back on-line. Okay, I'm logging into the
> web site right now, so far so good.
> I'm clicking the update plug-ins...
> Nope, it still says connection information.
> On 12/12/2017 4:29 PM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
>> Did u restart your webserver?
>> On 12/12/17, Linux for blind general discussion <blinux-list at>
>> wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> Darn! I tried this fix as outlined below.
>>> Root at vps: # adduser wordpressuser www-data Adding wordpressuer to
>>> www-data, done.
>>> root at vps: # chown wordpressuser:www-data -R /var/www/html
>>> Root at VPS: #
>>> Win SCP shows that /blog owner is wordpressuer, group is www-data, with
>>> same read write execute permissions.
>>> I went to update an existing plug-in and was presented with this message.
>>> Connection Information
>>> To perform the requested action, WordPress needs to access your web
>>> server. Please enter your FTP credentials to proceed. If you do not
>>> remember your credentials, you should contact your web host.
>>> Hostname
>>> On 12/12/2017 3:35 PM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
>>>> I'm asking my friend to see if they can join this list and or e-mail you
>>>> as they have more experience using various Linux distributions, whereas
>>>> I only have used one.
>>>> He said that Cent OS, which is a Red Hat distribution has a completely
>>>> different management than Debian-based systems. So I'm wondering if this
>>>> list is for people who use Red Hat only, or if it includes discussions
>>>> about Debian and Arch distributions.
>>>> -P.S. I'm also known as HeavenlyHarmony.
>>>> On 12/12/2017 3:29 PM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
>>>>> I apologize. Ulysses is generally a male name, at least here in the
>>>>> States. As for your being young, my kids are all older than u--so to
>>>>> me you're young. I had actually guessed your age at 22, so I was not
>>>>> far off.
>>>>> On 12/12/17, Linux for blind general discussion
>>>>> <blinux-list at>
>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>> Hello,
>>>>>> For your information, could you please address me properly? I am
>>>>>> female,
>>>>>> and I do not know if there is anything that had implied that I was of
>>>>>> a
>>>>>> much younger age, but I am twenty-three.
>>>>>> Sincerely,
>>>>>> -HeavenlyHarmony
>>>>>> On 12/12/2017 3:00 PM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
>>>>>>> Ulysses, if you've got an Apache webserver, then generally speaking
>>>>>>> the group to hwich the webserver belongs by default is www-data. So u
>>>>>>> would add the wordpressuser to that group. Again, your postfix error
>>>>>>> is telling u that your user/group permissions are incorrect.
>>>>>>> My web hosting invoicing program just crappe the bed. I really need
>>>>>>> to
>>>>>>> get that up first before I can provide much help. I apologize. I
>>>>>>> would
>>>>>>> be willing to try to help once I get this situation straightened out
>>>>>>> &
>>>>>>> a small website built for a client. But right now, young Sir, I'm a
>>>>>>> little inundated. Truthfully, given the way things are now, it's
>>>>>>> likely gonna be hard for me to get back w/u to any meaningful degree
>>>>>>> till after the first of the year. I'm sorry. Holidays w/a family &
>>>>>>> trying to run a business can get a little hectic. But if I can get my
>>>>>>> invoice program working in a reasonable timeframe, I'll get back on
>>>>>>> list sooner & see if I can't help u out. I hope that sounds fair.
>>>>>>> On 12/12/17, Linux for blind general discussion
>>>>>>> <blinux-list at>
>>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>>>> This is the guide I used to follow and set up Postfix.
>>>>>>>> The error occurred here. wordpressuser at vps:~$ echo "This is the body
>>>>>>>> of
>>>>>>>> the e-mail." | mail -s "This is the subject of the e-mail."
>>>>>>>> green_gables
>>>>>>>> _fan33 at
>>>>>>>> Can't canonicalize "/home/wordpressuser/Maildir"
>>>>>>>> wordpressuser at vps:~$ postdrop: warning: /etc/postfix/
>>>>>>>> file is owned or writable by non-root users -- skip
>>>>>>>> ping this file
>>>>>>>> Could you be less vague. I.E. provide actual steps on how to fix
>>>>>>>> this
>>>>>>>> problem? I'll outline the steps I took when I read this sentence.
>>>>>>>> Your
>>>>>>>> problem w/WordPress is that you likely don't have the user of the
>>>>>>>> wordpress files belonging to the webserver group. Once u make that
>>>>>>>> happen, your updating problems will disappear. U need to set the
>>>>>>>> file
>>>>>>>> permissions back to a safer level, or your site wil get hacked.
>>>>>>>> I only understood you as far as needing to change the ownership of
>>>>>>>> the
>>>>>>>> WordPressfiles and their permissions. /var/www/html/blog, where blog
>>>>>>>> is
>>>>>>>> the folder that contains WordPress, is as follows, using Win SCP.
>>>>>>>> blog
>>>>>>>> Owner: wordpressuser, Group: wordpressuser, Type: File folder,
>>>>>>>> Rights:
>>>>>>>> rwsrwsrwt, Changed: 12/12/2017 1:58:35 P
>>>>>>>> Based on your statement, I assumed that I needed to change ownership
>>>>>>>> of
>>>>>>>> both group and user, and change permissions to Apache2, MySQL, and
>>>>>>>> PHP
>>>>>>>> to the same user that WordPress is set to.
>>>>>>>> /etc/apache2, /etc/mysql, and /etc/php
>>>>>>>> apache2 Owner: wordpressuser, Group: wordpressuser, Type: File
>>>>>>>> folder,
>>>>>>>> Rights: rwsrwsrwt, Changed: 11/28/2017 1:25:20 A mysql Owner:
>>>>>>>> wordpressuser, Group: wordpressuser, Type: File folder, Rights:
>>>>>>>> rwsrwsrwt, Changed: 10/29/2017 6:02:10 P php Owner: wordpressuser,
>>>>>>>> Group: wordpressuser, Type: File folder, Rights: rwsrwsrwt, Changed:
>>>>>>>> 9/16/2017 12:33:01 P
>>>>>>>> I tried updating a plug-in, but it is still giving me the same error
>>>>>>>> message. If you want to do an actual session where you could try to
>>>>>>>> help
>>>>>>>> me via phone or Skype, I let me know if you would like to pay you a
>>>>>>>> small sum or if you'd like to volunteer your time.
>>>>>>>> Also, you didn't specify how having all files and folders set to
>>>>>>>> 7777
>>>>>>>> would increase the level of attack if Cloudflare is supposed to keep
>>>>>>>> people from finding out my IP address, or if they tried accessing
>>>>>>>> wp-content/uploads and put malicious PHP scripts.
>>>>>>>> I think Windows servers have their place in the universe, but why
>>>>>>>> they
>>>>>>>> have to be expensive I know not. Yes, Linux is all done via bash and
>>>>>>>> SSH, whereas Windows is done via remote desktop. And for some
>>>>>>>> people,
>>>>>>>> if
>>>>>>>> you want to get things done without worrying about command lines,
>>>>>>>> you
>>>>>>>> could try C-Panel or something simple, but if you want to know how
>>>>>>>> and
>>>>>>>> why things work, and how the puzles all fit together, you can learn
>>>>>>>> as
>>>>>>>> long as you have a good support sytem, and many people do not have
>>>>>>>> that.
>>>>>>>> What kind of certain web components would be redirected that would
>>>>>>>> make
>>>>>>>> it difficult for a beginner to work around? How accessible is
>>>>>>>> cloudflare? I noticed some unusual buttons that have vague labels
>>>>>>>> and
>>>>>>>> whatnot. I am using NVDA on Windows 10 with Google Chrome and
>>>>>>>> Firefox.
>>>>>>>> -Ulysses
>>>>>>>> On 12/12/2017 1:19 PM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
>>>>>>>>> Ulysses, provide your error logs & we can assist w/the postfix
>>>>>>>>> problem. If those error logs contain information u don't wish on a
>>>>>>>>> public list, then go ahead & email me privately at
>>>>>>>>> abletec at g mail dot com. You can't copy-&-paste that email, as
>>>>>>>>> I've
>>>>>>>>> munged it to prevent spam harvesting, but u should be able to
>>>>>>>>> figure
>>>>>>>>> it out.
>>>>>>>>> Your problem w/WordPress is that you likely don't have the user of
>>>>>>>>> the
>>>>>>>>> wordpress files belonging to the webserver group. Once u make that
>>>>>>>>> happen, your updating problems will disappear. U need to set the
>>>>>>>>> file
>>>>>>>>> permissions back to a safer level, or your site wil get hacked.
>>>>>>>>> Unless there's a compelling reason to do so, ie, you're developing
>>>>>>>>> some sort of Windows software, my recommendation would be to use
>>>>>>>>> Linux
>>>>>>>>> to host websites. It's cheaper, &, IMO, also more secure for a
>>>>>>>>> number
>>>>>>>>> of reasons. I realize I'll likely encounter the ire of some on this
>>>>>>>>> list for saying thus, but it really is a fact, IMO.
>>>>>>>>> I would also advise disabling Cloudflare until you get everything
>>>>>>>>> set
>>>>>>>>> up, because it tends to add an additional layer in terms of
>>>>>>>>> redirecting certain web components that makes things hard for a
>>>>>>>>> beginner to learn & figure out what's going on.
>>>>>>>>> On 12/12/17, Linux for blind general discussion
>>>>>>>>> <blinux-list at>
>>>>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>>>>> Hi everyone,
>>>>>>>>>> My name is Ulysses Harmony Garcia. My web site is
>>>>>>>>>> I heard about I
>>>>>>>>>> heard
>>>>>>>>>> about
>>>>>>>>>> this mailing list through a Facebook post.
>>>>>>>>>>         For several years, I've been trying to figure out what
>>>>>>>>>> kind
>>>>>>>>>> of
>>>>>>>>>> services I
>>>>>>>>>>         could use to satisfy my needs. In the early 2010's, I
>>>>>>>>>> looked
>>>>>>>>>> into
>>>>>>>>>> shared
>>>>>>>>>>         hosting plans, but the more I looked at them, the more I
>>>>>>>>>> didn't
>>>>>>>>>> like
>>>>>>>>>> them because I wanted to be able to have full
>>>>>>>>>>         control of the server. All they let you use is a public
>>>>>>>>>> HTML
>>>>>>>>>> folder
>>>>>>>>>> and an FTP server port 21 or 990 for secure connections, and a
>>>>>>>>>> web-based
>>>>>>>>>> administration tool like Webmin or C-Panel. So I continued using
>>>>>>>>>> Dropbox
>>>>>>>>>> to host my web site. The only problem was that I had to use an
>>>>>>>>>> http
>>>>>>>>>> colon slash slash dl dot dropboxusercontent dot com slash u slash
>>>>>>>>>> xxxxxxxx slash index dot html to render it, which is a pretty long
>>>>>>>>>> link,
>>>>>>>>>> but at least it worked.
>>>>>>>>>> Four years later, I looked into the cloud, SSD, and dedicated
>>>>>>>>>>         VPS options. By asking around, I heard of several
>>>>>>>>>> different
>>>>>>>>>> choices
>>>>>>>>>> such as Linode,
>>>>>>>>>>         Vultr, Digital Ocean, OVH, and through a diary entry I had
>>>>>>>>>> made
>>>>>>>>>> back
>>>>>>>>>> in
>>>>>>>>>>         2014, VPS dot Next, I had to learn about which operating
>>>>>>>>>> system I
>>>>>>>>>> would most likely
>>>>>>>>>>         use for the server. Since 2005, I have primarily used
>>>>>>>>>> Windows,
>>>>>>>>>>         and I started using a Mac in 2011. I have never used
>>>>>>>>>> Linux,
>>>>>>>>>> and I
>>>>>>>>>>         probably chose to stay away from it because I associated
>>>>>>>>>> Linux as
>>>>>>>>>> an
>>>>>>>>>>         operating system only computer geeks would use. So when I
>>>>>>>>>> was
>>>>>>>>>> looking
>>>>>>>>>> for a
>>>>>>>>>>         VPS, I was lucky to find a Windows server on vps dot net.
>>>>>>>>>> However,
>>>>>>>>>> when I told others
>>>>>>>>>>         about it, many people acted like that was a crime, or that
>>>>>>>>>> it
>>>>>>>>>> was
>>>>>>>>>>         impractical to use Windows as a server, and that 99.99% of
>>>>>>>>>> the web
>>>>>>>>>> was
>>>>>>>>>>         hosted by Linux, which was meant to be used as a server
>>>>>>>>>> operating
>>>>>>>>>> system.
>>>>>>>>>>         I've done most of the work on my own. I first began with a
>>>>>>>>>> Windows
>>>>>>>>>>         virtual private server at VPS dot net, but I was not able
>>>>>>>>>> to
>>>>>>>>>> set
>>>>>>>>>>         up the web server, database server and PHP to work
>>>>>>>>>> on-line,
>>>>>>>>>> except
>>>>>>>>>>         through Localhost. I wasn't able to use Internet
>>>>>>>>>> Information
>>>>>>>>>> Services
>>>>>>>>>>         IIS either, so I gave up on it and cancelled my server.
>>>>>>>>>> Fortunately,
>>>>>>>>>> I kept my
>>>>>>>>>>         account active, so I could come back to it when I wasn't
>>>>>>>>>> overwhelmed.
>>>>>>>>>> I even tried enabling Internet Information Services on my Windows
>>>>>>>>>> 10
>>>>>>>>>> computer by using the enable or disables Windows features. I
>>>>>>>>>> checked
>>>>>>>>>> every one of them, but when I typed localhost in the connect to
>>>>>>>>>> computer
>>>>>>>>>> dialogue box, I got this message. IIS6 Manager  dialogue  Unable
>>>>>>>>>> to
>>>>>>>>>> connect to localhost. The target server does not have the SMTP
>>>>>>>>>> service
>>>>>>>>>> installed. You cannot manage an IIS 7.5 Web or FTP server by using
>>>>>>>>>> Internet Information Services (6.0) Manager.
>>>>>>>>>>         As primarily being an extroverted person, I get energy
>>>>>>>>>> from
>>>>>>>>>> working
>>>>>>>>>> with
>>>>>>>>>>         other people rather than working alone, yet for some
>>>>>>>>>> reason,
>>>>>>>>>> I've
>>>>>>>>>>         encountered a lot of people who think that being too
>>>>>>>>>> dependent on
>>>>>>>>>> others
>>>>>>>>>>         was a bad thing, that being completely independent was the
>>>>>>>>>> best
>>>>>>>>>> way
>>>>>>>>>> to
>>>>>>>>>>         go. I disagree with that. I mean, I can see why some
>>>>>>>>>> people
>>>>>>>>>> wouldn't
>>>>>>>>>>         want to be too dependent on others for fear of taking too
>>>>>>>>>> much of
>>>>>>>>>>         someone's time or being too clingy, etc, or taking
>>>>>>>>>> advantage
>>>>>>>>>> of
>>>>>>>>>> said
>>>>>>>>>>         person, but I also believe that there needs to be a
>>>>>>>>>> balance
>>>>>>>>>> in
>>>>>>>>>> helping
>>>>>>>>>>         others and being self-reliable. This is where
>>>>>>>>>> interdependence
>>>>>>>>>> comes
>>>>>>>>>> in. Manuals are never straightforward. You can follow the
>>>>>>>>>> directions
>>>>>>>>>> in
>>>>>>>>>> the manual as exactly outlined and end up with error messages.
>>>>>>>>>> Even
>>>>>>>>>> googling error messages can't guarantee that you will get a quick
>>>>>>>>>> solution. Having said that, I have joined a few community forums
>>>>>>>>>> and
>>>>>>>>>> posted these error messages, but never received replies.
>>>>>>>>>>         Back in July, I contacted a few people I know who were
>>>>>>>>>> successfully
>>>>>>>>>> using
>>>>>>>>>>         the popular content management system WordPress, and asked
>>>>>>>>>> if
>>>>>>>>>> they
>>>>>>>>>> could
>>>>>>>>>>         help out. One person, whose name I won't mention, said
>>>>>>>>>> they
>>>>>>>>>> could
>>>>>>>>>> set
>>>>>>>>>> up
>>>>>>>>>>         my web site, if I could provide $300/hr USD and that it
>>>>>>>>>> was
>>>>>>>>>> estimated
>>>>>>>>>> to
>>>>>>>>>>         take four hours to set up to where I wanted it to be. Now,
>>>>>>>>>> this
>>>>>>>>>> person
>>>>>>>>>>         is also blind. What I do not understand is how someone who
>>>>>>>>>> may be
>>>>>>>>>>         knowledgeable about supplemental security income could
>>>>>>>>>> decide
>>>>>>>>>> to
>>>>>>>>>> charge
>>>>>>>>>>         such a high price to set up something simple, and that is
>>>>>>>>>>         semi-automated, and easy to install. I wrote a reply, and
>>>>>>>>>> didn't
>>>>>>>>>> hear
>>>>>>>>>>         back for a month. I re-sent my reply and was told that if
>>>>>>>>>> I
>>>>>>>>>> wanted
>>>>>>>>>> to
>>>>>>>>>>         continue with the route that I choose, I would have to go
>>>>>>>>>> on
>>>>>>>>>> Bookshare
>>>>>>>>>>         or BARD to download books on Windows server hosting, and
>>>>>>>>>> that
>>>>>>>>>> I
>>>>>>>>>> had
>>>>>>>>>>         sufficient resources on the Audio Games net forum to
>>>>>>>>>> start.
>>>>>>>>>>         so in September, I finally found a fellow who turned out
>>>>>>>>>> to
>>>>>>>>>> be
>>>>>>>>>> someone I
>>>>>>>>>>         knew by reputation, and he offered to spend his free time
>>>>>>>>>> in
>>>>>>>>>> helping
>>>>>>>>>> me
>>>>>>>>>>         out, especially since he has had plenty of experience in
>>>>>>>>>> working
>>>>>>>>>> with
>>>>>>>>>>         virtual private servers and web hosting. If you ask him
>>>>>>>>>> how
>>>>>>>>>> he
>>>>>>>>>> liked
>>>>>>>>>> working with me, he might tell you that I learn things pretty
>>>>>>>>>> quickly
>>>>>>>>>> once I get to actually learning the steps live on Skype or phone.
>>>>>>>>>> I
>>>>>>>>>> also
>>>>>>>>>> record my sessions so I can look back and see what I did. By that
>>>>>>>>>> time,
>>>>>>>>>> I was a little
>>>>>>>>>>         more knowledgeable in talking to others on this topic.
>>>>>>>>>> Look at post
>>>>>>>>>> four.
>>>>>>>>>> I
>>>>>>>>>> told my new friend a little bit of what I've hoped to accomplish,
>>>>>>>>>> and
>>>>>>>>>> what I
>>>>>>>>>>         have done so far, and how much experience I've already
>>>>>>>>>> had.
>>>>>>>>>> In
>>>>>>>>>> 2010
>>>>>>>>>>         through 2013, I worked on building an HTML 4.1 and 5
>>>>>>>>>> project
>>>>>>>>>> in
>>>>>>>>>> high
>>>>>>>>>>         school using Notepad, and in 2013, I used CSS 3 to enhance
>>>>>>>>>> it
>>>>>>>>>> when
>>>>>>>>>> I
>>>>>>>>>>         took a college class in web development. In mid July of
>>>>>>>>>> 2013,
>>>>>>>>>> I
>>>>>>>>>> got
>>>>>>>>>>         myself a WordPress blog up and running, which has been
>>>>>>>>>> since
>>>>>>>>>> taken
>>>>>>>>>> down.
>>>>>>>>>>         I decided to export this blog and import it into the
>>>>>>>>>> self-hosted
>>>>>>>>>>         version, and I was able to successfully link up all of my
>>>>>>>>>> web
>>>>>>>>>> pages
>>>>>>>>>> to a podcast generator and the WordPress system.
>>>>>>>>>> Right now we are sort of stuck on where to go, since I already
>>>>>>>>>> have
>>>>>>>>>> a
>>>>>>>>>>         basic HTML site with no scripts on my Ubuntu VPS, a
>>>>>>>>>> TeamTalk
>>>>>>>>>> server
>>>>>>>>>>         running, and hopefully an IceCast or ShoutCast server for
>>>>>>>>>> streaming.
>>>>>>>>>> I heard that you can get
>>>>>>>>>>         an e-mail provider through Google Aps and install their
>>>>>>>>>> mail
>>>>>>>>>> exchange
>>>>>>>>>>         and text verification records, but they are quite costly,
>>>>>>>>>> and
>>>>>>>>>> I
>>>>>>>>>> don't
>>>>>>>>>>         know if you'd have to install anything on Ubuntu to make
>>>>>>>>>> sure
>>>>>>>>>> the
>>>>>>>>>> PHP
>>>>>>>>>>         contact forms worked properly. By following several guides
>>>>>>>>>> on
>>>>>>>>>> Linode
>>>>>>>>>> and Digital Ocean, I was able to install Postfix and S-Nail, but I
>>>>>>>>>> keep
>>>>>>>>>> getting error messages when I am trying to send a message as a
>>>>>>>>>> test.
>>>>>>>>>> I also got an account through Cloudflare, and if you were to do a
>>>>>>>>>> user
>>>>>>>>>> $
>>>>>>>>>> dig +short or root# dig +short
>>>>>>>>>> you'd see instead of my
>>>>>>>>>> actual
>>>>>>>>>> server's IP address. If you tried using that directly, it'd say,
>>>>>>>>>> Cloudflare direct IP access not allowed. This is to keep attackers
>>>>>>>>>> from
>>>>>>>>>> finding out what my server's IP address is. If they tried doing a
>>>>>>>>>> who
>>>>>>>>>> is
>>>>>>>>>> on my domain, they'd see a privacy protect dot org notice instead
>>>>>>>>>> of
>>>>>>>>>> my
>>>>>>>>>> name.
>>>>>>>>>> Also, I really couldn't understand how C-Panel and Webmin
>>>>>>>>>> administration
>>>>>>>>>> tools worked until my friend showed me how he used the terminal on
>>>>>>>>>> his
>>>>>>>>>> Cent OS VPS to install it. It sort of reminded me of PHP My Admin.
>>>>>>>>>> You
>>>>>>>>>> simply put :2083, :2087, or :2086 at the end of your domain.
>>>>>>>>>> I also installed Certbot which uses Lets Encrypt. At the moment I
>>>>>>>>>> can't
>>>>>>>>>> seem to figure out how to force traffic to be automatically
>>>>>>>>>> redirected
>>>>>>>>>> to https(443) instead of http(80). But now since I'm using
>>>>>>>>>> Cloudflare,
>>>>>>>>>> I'm not sure if that will be necessary.
>>>>>>>>>>         Once I get more advanced, and raised my income through
>>>>>>>>>> Amazon
>>>>>>>>>>         Associates and stripe payments, I'd like to install a
>>>>>>>>>> phone
>>>>>>>>>> box or
>>>>>>>>>> PBX using Asterisk as well. Note that I am running PHP 7. My
>>>>>>>>>> friend
>>>>>>>>>> and
>>>>>>>>>> I tried installing Free PBX, but it doesn't seem to like it, so we
>>>>>>>>>> had
>>>>>>>>>> to give it up temporarily, at least until they release the newer
>>>>>>>>>> version.
>>>>>>>>>> On a more interesting topic, I don't know if any of you are into
>>>>>>>>>> speech
>>>>>>>>>> synthesis that can sing. I am very much into singing synthesis and
>>>>>>>>>> have
>>>>>>>>>> spent quite a bit of time with DECtalk and Vocaloid. I recently
>>>>>>>>>> got
>>>>>>>>>> interested in learning how to use Festival and make my own speech
>>>>>>>>>> synthesiser. If you look at post 57 of this thread, you can see
>>>>>>>>>> where I
>>>>>>>>>> am at right now.
>>>>>>>>>> So having said that, might any of you be able to help me resolve
>>>>>>>>>> this
>>>>>>>>>> mail problem with Postfix and S-Nail? I keep getting a debug
>>>>>>>>>> error.
>>>>>>>>>> Also, for some annoying reason which my friend and I have not been
>>>>>>>>>> able
>>>>>>>>>> to determine, I cannot install plug-ins or update WordPress
>>>>>>>>>> directly.
>>>>>>>>>> It
>>>>>>>>>> wants to access my web server through FTP or FTPS, and I don't
>>>>>>>>>> have
>>>>>>>>>> one
>>>>>>>>>> properly configured. I tried changing all file and folder
>>>>>>>>>> permissions
>>>>>>>>>> to
>>>>>>>>>> 7777 recursively, but I am still unable to update and install
>>>>>>>>>> plug-ins
>>>>>>>>>> automatically. If any of you are able to help me with that as well
>>>>>>>>>> I
>>>>>>>>>> would greatly appreciate it.
>>>>>>>>>> Anyhow, I apologise for this lengthy e-mail, but hopefully that
>>>>>>>>>> gives
>>>>>>>>>>         you all an idea of what I've done so far and where I'd
>>>>>>>>>> like
>>>>>>>>>> to go
>>>>>>>>>> next. :-)
>>>>>>>>>>         Sincerely,
>>>>>>>>>>         -Ulysses
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