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I have moved one of my blogs to new server and I also updated to WordPress 3.0 at the same time. When I tried to update or add plugins, I got this error:
Warning: touch() [function.touch]: SAFE MODE Restriction in effect. The script whose uid is is not allowed to access /tmp owned by uid 0 in /full_path_to_wordpress/wp-admin/includes/file.php on line 198
Download failed. Could not create temporary file.
I have PHP Safe mode enabled in my server and don’t wish to disable it. So, I decided to give out a new temporary folder for wordpress installation. I created a folder named tmp in my wordpress installation directory and made the user of the temporary directory same as the user of /full_path_to_wordpress/wp-admin/includes/file.php. The following command shows the user, group and other details of a file:
ls -la /path/to/file
and the following can be used to make the directory writable and change the owner of the tmp directory to the same user displayed by the above command:
chmod 777 /path/to/file_or_dir
chown username /path/to/file_or_dir
Now, the following code must be appended to wp-config.php:
That did it for me. You will need shell access to your server to do this. If you do not have shell access, you should ask your hosting provider for help.
I ran into this problem. I got an error with WordPress.com Stats plugin. It was just a message but it looked ugly and although I had already installed API key and was getting stats, I wanted to remove it. Here is what I did.
I went into the database using phpmyadmin from my cPanel (your hosting may or may not have phpmyadmin, so you may want to edit the database some other way). I suggest you to backup your database, just in case you mess up.
Browse the wp_options table and locate stats_options. The value should look something like this:
Then edit it and change the value to null (i.e. delete the contents and leave it blank). Now, go to admin area of your blog and add the API key.
UPDATE: As wordpress does not show characters correctly, the codes below may not work. So please do copy the codes from this file I have uploaded. Please read the post as well as the instructions included in the file. You may need to use WinRAR or 7zip to extract the file if you are running Windows.
The theme I’m using in this blog is widget unaware Notepad-Chaos theme. However, I have managed to allow it to add widgets. Continue reading [HOWTO] [UPDATED] Add Widgets to Notepad-Chaos WordPress Theme
I recently moved my WordPress blog to different domain (from http://www.khattamonline.co.cc to http://www.khattam.info) and here is how I did it.
Continue reading How I moved my WordPress Blog to a different domain
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