just wanted to try Grav cms which have excactly the features i want.
I downloaded the blog-skeleton, did som changes in some text files ie. the date format and uploaded the whole thing to my own domain, which is hosted by one.com.
Now I got the infamous Grav problems:
- /bin/composer.phar is not executable
- /bin/gpm is not executable
- /bin/grav is not executable
- /bin/plugin is not executable
I tried to change the permissions described in the Grav help system and upload them again, didnt help!
I also tried to run the shellscript locally in my folders root, didnt help!
Permissions on the /bin folder is 755
Perrmissions on the 4 executables is 775
Any solutions to get this going ?
PS. I uploaded Grav without setting it up locally first because I want to make the ajustments online.
I had a similar question here: http://getgrav.org/forum#!/general:problems
Could you try those approaches and get back to me if it’s still not resolved?
i got this now:
drwsrwsr-x@ 6 niels staff 204 12 Dec 13:48 .
drwsrwsr-x 24 niels staff 816 15 Dec 23:12 ..
-rwxrwxr-x@ 1 niels staff 1181186 12 Dec 13:48 composer.phar
-rwxrwxr-x@ 1 niels staff 1640 12 Dec 13:48 gpm
-rwxrwxr-x@ 1 niels staff 1434 12 Dec 13:48 grav
-rwxrwxr-x@ 1 niels staff 3656 12 Dec 13:48 plugin
Uploaded it, and it still doesnt work :-/
Shall i delete the user/plugins/problems folder?
It’s strange though.
I’ve previously got Grav installed by only installing the core packages without a skeleton. I didnt manage to get the look of the site just like I wanted it, therefore im now trying the blog-skeleton package.
Could it be that there some issuses with the blog-skeleton files?
I’m on a Mac using Transmit to upload the files.
It’s not the local setup that’s the problem, it how the files are permissioned after you upload with transmit.
ls -la example is on your local mac, not your remote server where you have the problems.
Try checking the remote files with transmit and making sure they have executable permissions.
Thi is what it looks like in Transmit:
Ok, that’s odd. Is this a Linux host?
BTW, quick fix is just to remove the problems plugin. Don’t let this troubleshooting get in the way of your site being up
I just want to get this fixed if its a problem.
Yes, it is apacheservers running on Linux (dont know which one)
Okay i’ll remove the plugin. It is still strange though.