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[an error occurred while processing this directive] after ugrade to 1.5.1.0
 
Jaime Stuardo
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Hello… I dowloaded 1.5.1.0 version and decompressed the files into the root folder overwriting the 1.4.2.0 files… after that, [an error occurred while processing this directive] error is shown.

How can i solve it?

Thanks in advance
Jaime

 
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Jaime Stuardo
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finally it was a permission problem.... but, now I cannot see magento connect.... a Permission Denied error occures when te URL is http://www.habybe.com/downloader/?return=http://www.habybe.com/admin/, but when I use only http://www.habybe.com/perfumes/downloader/ a [an error occurred while processing this directive] error occures.

any idea?

thanks
Jaime

 
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wowostore
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Hi,
Did you solve this problem?I have this problem.Please help me.Thanks

 
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bappa06
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I’m facing same problem. No body replying about this error.

 
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kalenjordan
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Are you getting a stack trace at all?  Can you post the exact “Permission Denied” error message you’re seeing?  One thing that you can do to make sure it’s not a file permissions thing - and you should *only* do this if your source is under source control so that you can easily revert this change afterwards, because you wouldn’t ever want these permissions to make it to your production environment - is to just change permissions to 777 across your entire magento install.

If that fixes it, then you know it’s a permissions issue, and it’s time to hone in on exactly which files or directories need permissions tweaks.

 
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