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Hello everybody, and thank you for making Typesetter possible!
Does anybody before facing the issue shown on the picture?
Every permissions on every folder are available and the apache root user is used.
We've tried anything to get the folder writable and also tried step by step the way explained in this article:

Maybe someone can help me out, to get Typesetter successfully installed.

Thank you very much!

If we find a solution i will report it here.


3 years ago#10512

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Looks curious. How did you install Typesetter? Have you also tried to unzip the package on your computer and upload it via FTP?
3 years ago#10523

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A bit late of a reply.

I myself experienced CentOS/RedHat to be tricky when it comes to file permissions, mostly because of restrictive selinux policies.
If I remember correctly, Apache/PHP needs write permissions not only to the server root and /data dir but all the way down the directory tree* in order to gain write access. I believe I solved this once with some uncommon group permissions.
(*I also recall some fiddling to make permissions work for symbolic links.)

There are some tutorials about installing Typesetter on CentOS you will find googling typesetter centos.

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