I have server poweredge 1850 with installed Centos 5.5 x86_64 and Virtualmin GPL (latest version).
Now, i have 2 problems.
a. i create server and this is ok.
b. i upload joomla script and install. installation is succesfull. site working propertly.
c. WHEN I WANT INSTALL EXTENSION (COMPONENTS, MODULES,PLUGINS) I HAVE MESSAGE:
“Warning! Failed to move file.” and
d. WHEN I WAND UNINSTALL (COMPONENTS,MODULES,PLUGINS) I HAVE MESSAGE:
“It was not possible to delete the selected file”
I can’t loged with ftp filezilla
Connection established, waiting for welcome message…
Response: 220 FTP Server ready.
Command: USER miskin
Response: 331 Password required for miskin.
Command: PASS ********
Response: 230 User miskin logged in.
Response: 215 UNIX Type: L8
Response: REST STREAM
Response: 211 End
Status: Retrieving directory listing…
Response: 257 “/” is current directory.
Command: TYPE I
Response: 200 Type set to I
Response: 227 Entering Passive Mode (87,250,116,195,139,135).
It’s difficult to say what might be wrong with the Joomla component… you may want to take a peek in $HOME/logs/error_log for some clues.
Also, if you’re using mod_php as the PHP execution mode (which isn’t the default), it could potentially be a permissions issue. You may want to look in Server Configuration -> Website Options, and check what the PHP script execution mode is.
As far as your issue with FileZilla – I’m not sure I understand what circumstances cause this problem to arise, but that does occasionally occur for some folks… try running this form the command line as root:
And see if FileZilla begins working for you.
With Joomla, that’s definately a permissions issue. If you set joomla to work with FTP, you can skirt around the problem unless the plugin is written poorly. But since you also have FTP issues, you can’t skirt around it. Fix your FTP issue, then reinstall joomla and use FTP in the Joomla backend when uploading files
joomla defaults to the /tmp folder but you need to set it to the domains /tmp folder.
in joomla - menu website - global configuration, click system and change the path to the temp folder from /tmp to /home/domainname/tmp
as for ftp, your filezilla is running active mode then change it to passive mode.
Or if it is already in passive mode, then switch it to active mode.