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Auto social poster file permissions issue, Argggg!! Please Help!!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by NickE83, Dec 16, 2008.

  1. NickE83

    NickE83 Junior Member

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    Hey guys,

    I am wondering if anyone has had a permissions issue with Auto Social Poster, It says:

    "The configuration file social-poster/mm_conf.php must be 777 in order to save account settings."

    But every time I do it, it still says the same thing, and it will not save my profiles.....

    WTF!!!!!!

    This is so retarded, and its completely freezing my progress for a huge project I am working on....

    So if anyone knows whats going on with this, or has had the same issue, please tell me what to do....

    Thanks peeps,

    Nick
     
  2. NickE83

    NickE83 Junior Member

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    Has no one had this issue at all? That is so wierd....

    Please if anyone has any ideas, please post

    Thanks,

    Nick
     
  3. fortune yoko

    fortune yoko BANNED BANNED

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    maybe there is other plugin that not compatible with your auto social poster. you have to deactivate that plugin first before activate auto social poster.
     
  4. NickE83

    NickE83 Junior Member

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    YEAH!!

    I feel like a total newb now, thats all it was, nows it just a matter of slowly activating each plugin, to see which one was causing the ruckus....

    While I am here, do any of you guys know where i can get some info on how to setup the shared logins plugin for ASP? Also some ASP documentation would be super handy....

    Thanks for that fortune yoko :)
     
  5. battman323

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    did you check to make sure your sever is compatible with ASP's requirements?