Which files to download for new install

Asked by Nic on 2011-08-19

I hope you can help. I would like to install TSEP however I am not sure which files I need to download.

I can see from this forum that you are at version 1.2, however when I downloaded that file (which 17,000+ people also have) I can't see the files inside it that are talked about in the Install & Upgrade help section - http://www.tsep.info/tsep-latest/docs/install.php.

I then followed a different link and went to SourceForge, but the latest version they have is 0.0943 R2. Which seems like it's a very old version. I downloaded it too and there seems to be the files I need to install it.

So what now? Should I install version 0.0943? If so, what about all the files that are in the application.update 1.2?

Thanks.

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2011-08-22
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2011-08-27
xaav (xaav) said : #1

Just download application.update.zip and extract it onto your server.

Nic (e-nic) said : #2

I have uploaded the contents of the application.update.zip and now have four folders - apps, cake, plugins and vendors, as well as .htaccess, index.php and readme.

I opened the index.php file on the server and it asked me to select the language to begin, however the page also displayed lots of errors. i.e.:

Warning (2): mkdir() [function.mkdir]: File exists [CORE/cake/libs/cache/file.php, line 267]
Code

mkdir - [internal], line ??
FileEngine::__active() - CORE/cake/libs/cache/file.php, line 267
FileEngine::init() - CORE/cake/libs/cache/file.php, line 94
Cache::_buildEngine() - CORE/cake/libs/cache.php, line 151
Cache::config() - CORE/cake/libs/cache.php, line 126
include - APP/config/core.php, line 329
Configure::__loadBootstrap() - CORE/cake/libs/configure.php, line 392
Configure::getInstance() - CORE/cake/libs/configure.php, line 52
include - CORE/cake/bootstrap.php, line 38
[main] - APP/webroot/index.php, line 76

Warning (2): fopen(/var/www/vhosts/xxx.xxxxxx.com/httpdocs/tsep/app/tmp/install.tmp) [function.fopen]: failed to open stream: Permission denied [APP/plugins/install/controllers/install_controller.php, line 72]
Code

fopen - [internal], line ??
InstallController::_resetApplication() - APP/plugins/install/controllers/install_controller.php, line 72
InstallController::index() - APP/plugins/install/controllers/install_controller.php, line 93
Dispatcher::_invoke() - CORE/cake/dispatcher.php, line 204
Dispatcher::dispatch() - CORE/cake/dispatcher.php, line 171
[main] - APP/webroot/index.php, line 83

Warning (2): fclose(): supplied argument is not a valid stream resource [APP/plugins/install/controllers/install_controller.php, line 72]
Code

fclose - [internal], line ??
InstallController::_resetApplication() - APP/plugins/install/controllers/install_controller.php, line 72
InstallController::index() - APP/plugins/install/controllers/install_controller.php, line 93
Dispatcher::_invoke() - CORE/cake/dispatcher.php, line 204
Dispatcher::dispatch() - CORE/cake/dispatcher.php, line 171
[main] - APP/webroot/index.php, line 83

Warning (2): fopen(/var/www/vhosts/xxx.xxxxxx.com/httpdocs/tsep/app/tmp/cache/persistent/cake_core_default_eng) [function.fopen]: failed to open stream: Permission denied [CORE/cake/libs/file.php, line 152]
Code | Context

$mode = "w"
$force = false

fopen - [internal], line ??
File::open() - CORE/cake/libs/file.php, line 152
File::write() - CORE/cake/libs/file.php, line 243
FileEngine::write() - CORE/cake/libs/cache/file.php, line 144
Cache::write() - CORE/cake/libs/cache.php, line 303
I18n::translate() - CORE/cake/libs/i18n.php, line 157
__ - CORE/cake/basics.php, line 668
InstallController::index() - APP/plugins/install/controllers/install_controller.php, line 95
Dispatcher::_invoke() - CORE/cake/dispatcher.php, line 204
Dispatcher::dispatch() - CORE/cake/dispatcher.php, line 171
[main] - APP/webroot/index.php, line 83

What do I need to do to fix these errors?

Nic (e-nic) said : #3

Any help that you can give me would be very much appreciated.

Thanks.

xaav (xaav) said : #4

Sorry for the late response. Your permissions are wrong. You need to CHMOD 777 your cache dir.

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