Stable SMF release ver.: 2.0.17
Started by Ronald, Aug 10, 2019, 04:17 PM
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Quote from: Skhilled on Aug 10, 2019, 08:09 PMFirst, Tar.php is a file and will not go between folders. It should show where all of the other files are within a folder.The 2nd image that have you shows the /public_html/arcade folder. But it doesn't specifically state what folder Tar.php should be in. I assume that you mean the it should be in the /images or /Modules folder but you are not specific about which one.However, Filezilla is not the problem and you do not need to delete it. Grab the Tar.php file with the cursor and drag it to the left side of the screen in Filezilla. It will put it in a folder on your PC...whichever one is showing on the left. On the right side of Filezilla, navigate to the folder you wish to put Tar.php in and select it so it shows the files within it.Then drag Tar.php from the left side to the right side panel in Filezilla and it will put it in the correct panel. Just make sure the correct folder is open on the right side first! You can then delete the copies of Tar.php that are in the wrong folders.
Quote from: lurkalot on Aug 11, 2019, 10:07 AMOr as a second option, if you're not happy with dragging things around with a dodgy mouse, but want to achieve the exact same result.Open the folder in the right panel containing the file you want to move. Right click on the file and click download. This will download it to your PC in a place you have open in the left panel.Then open the folder in the right panel where you want the file to go. Right click the file in the left panel, and click upload. Once it's in the right place you can delete the one in the wrong place. Right click on it, and click delete.What ever you do, just be careful in there.
Quote from: Skhilled on Aug 12, 2019, 08:47 AMSounds like you may have lost ownership of that folder or file. Why don't you try to delete it in cPanel's File Manger, if available.EDIT: If that is so and you are on a VPS then you can use the following tutorial to change folder and file permissions as well as ownership:https://client.buildzhosting.com/index.php?rp=/knowledgebase/44/How-To-Change-File-and-Directory-Permissions.html
Quote from: Skhilled on Aug 14, 2019, 07:01 AMIn the first image which shows /public_html and it's subdirectories the folders are 755. The other images which are subdirectories of the /public_html subdirectories are set to 777. Try changing the directories to 755 and make sure the files in those directories are 644. They should all be one or the other. My guess would be 755.You do not appear to have ownership issues from the images you've just shown me.
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