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- 21st August 2008 at 8:34 pm #2606AnonymousInactive
I have Firefly all set up and running on by Ubuntu box. 😀
Embarrased to admit that I seem to have hit a rather elementary stumbling block when copying the fireplay files over though 😳
I’m trying to copy the files to
But every time I try, I get a permission denied error. I thought this may have been to do with the permissions for the admin-root folder, but I’m unable to change them either – again I get a permission denied error!
I’d greatly appreciate any advice you can offer. 🙂21st August 2008 at 8:52 pm #17636AnonymousInactive
Scratch that! 🙄
I was using a windows based file transfer program, which seems to struggle with CHMOD requests. I did it directly via SSH and now I have FirePlay working too. :D:D:D22nd August 2008 at 7:24 am #17637EVILRipperParticipant
Heh, yes. The user with which you login on ftp is probably not the same user that installed firefly. So there’s the reason why you couldn’t write in the admin-root dir.22nd August 2008 at 9:02 am #17638AnonymousInactive
Heh, yes. The user with which you login on ftp is probably not the same user that installed firefly. So there’s the reason why you couldn’t write in the admin-root dir.
I was connecting using SSH and logging in as root. Same as when I installed Firefly.
It was just some naff windows file transfer client which doesn’t get on with CHMOD. I tried it with my web server last night and couldn’t change perms on that either, but it was fine with a direct connection.
Anyway, all live with Firefly and Fireplay now. 😀 I’m sat in work and streaming my test tracks using Fireplay…
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