I’m new to Armadillo, tried to install a few months ago, gave up and now I’m at it again.
I think I followed everything, I installed a database that I can access through my site’s console.
After I open my test page I’m asked to enter my configuration details.
Then there’s the 2nd step where I create the admin’s password
Time zone and language. My site is bilingual and I choose auto detection
Then I click and I get this error message. Some of it is in French…
It says in French : Armadillo’s media folder cannot be written. Files cannot be downloaded or deleted before correction of this malfunction.
Then there’s a link “corriger maintenant” which means “correct now” but it doesn’t seem to do anything when I click on it…
@ARTM I would contact Jonathan directly. I think this is an easy fix, but I’m not sure personally what the “fix” is. I can say I’ve been very happy using Armadillo. But at times people do run into issues with the initial setup.
The error you’re seeing is related to file permissions. We have more information and directions on how to fix this issue on our documentation site here:
Hope this helps.
I’m trying to do it, but I get "Impossible to change the owner of “stacks.css”.
Message from the server : ‘SITE CHOWN’ not understood
The “stacks.css” file is unrelated to Armadillo and located in a different folder. In this case, you should only need to change permissions on the folder called “armadillo”.
Thanks Jonathan, it worked with 777 and then I changed it to 775
So now I have to read the tutorial to understand what to do next, but here is my test page
My site is bilingual, has a separate splash page and then two folders (that’s three RW documents), and I will make two blogs. I guess I will need to do the same for each folder ?
From reading the troubleshooting page, I thought that the permissions had to be changed on the whole stacks folder as it didn’t mention the armadillo folder.
navigate to the rw_common/plugins/stacks folder.
Use your mouse to select (do not open) that folder.