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Old 25th May 2011, 04:33
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Default Joomla installation problem

I have a Centos 5.5 with ispconfig 3.0.3,while i install the Joomla on my client's web directory,it occurs an error :Cookies do not appear to be enabled on your browser client. You will not be able to install the application with this feature disabled. Alternatively, there could also be a problem with the server's session.save_path. If this is the case, please consult your hosting provider if you don't know how to check or fix this yourself.

Anybody tell me how can i fixed it,thanks a lot
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Old 28th May 2011, 12:44
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I don't work with joomla so much, but it seems to me, that some directory, which joomla could use for saving session data is not writeable. Check the joomla dir if it could be the case.
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Old 7th June 2011, 04:29
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I don't work with joomla so much, but it seems to me, that some directory, which joomla could use for saving session data is not writeable. Check the joomla dir if it could be the case.
is that i need to set 777 for the joomla dir?
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Old 7th June 2011, 12:14
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To run cms systems, please use the following setting:

suexec: on
php mode: php-fcgi

then ensure that all files and folders in the web directory are owned by the web user and client group of this website.
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Default Installing a module

I am getting an error when i try to install a module. The error is below:

* JFolder::create: Path not in open_basedir paths
* Unable to create destination

The user and group are permissions are set, i just double checked that. I also enable suEXEC and Fast-CGI.

Do i need to restart the server or services?
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Old 13th June 2011, 01:28
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I encounter various problems when i try to use install and use joomla 1.5 or 1.6 in ISPConfig 3.0.3.
I read the ISPConfig manual but i can't recall anything in the manual which relates to installing Joomla.

Should joomla work without any problems? Am i doing something wrong?
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