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Help me please i have a problem
my website is stopped now
/cache/ is not writable!
Please CHMOD this directory to 777

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    All these permission issues you're having will all be solved together with a chmod. very easy, but first you MUST get SSH (Secure SHell) access to go daddy.

    Read this and modify your account accordingly:

    http://support.godaddy.com/help/article/4942/enabling-ssh-on-your-linux-shared-hosting-account

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    Google will help you find your answer. Search 'How to Change Permission Settings of a File Using Cpanel and File Manager'

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    and if i install /if i click in next step

    Step 2

    Error: ../settings.php is not writable. Please CHMOD it to 777

    Error: ../libs/dbconnect.php is not writable. Please CHMOD it to 777

    Error: ../cache is not writable. Please CHMOD it to 777

    Error: ../languages/lang_english.conf is not writable. Please CHMOD it to 777

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    If putty (or terminal) is too scary, you can always do the same permissions change with filezilla.

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    But then again, tell me about your setting.. what is your web server?.. apache on linux?, apache on windows?, are you using XAMPP?

    In putty, create a host by only specifying an IP, then user and password to your server. This is SSH, so it's on port 22.

    Download putty here..

    http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html

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    apache windows in godaddy

    but if i lunched putty

    tell me : Network error: connection timed out

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    If you're on linux, open a terminal, "cd" to your base web folder, and "chmod -R 0777 cache".

    If you're on windows, use putty to secure shell in your server.

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    how to use putty to secure shell in your server.

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