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Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of ReadLocalFiles


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Timestamp:
02/15/12 23:14:53 (7 years ago)
Author:
sebastian
Comment:

Fix documentation to 2.0

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  • ReadLocalFiles

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    33The admin must add a local path to your account. If your are the admin you can do it by your own.  
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    5  * Goto top menu '''System''' 
    6  * Select the user 
     5 * Goto '''Dashboard''' 
     6 * Goto '''Users''' 
     7 * Click '''Admin List''' at the title 
     8 * Click the username you wish to change 
     9 * Select '''Local Paths''' on the menu 
    710 * Add the system path and click '''save''' 
    811 
    9 Done! Now the user can import the files from the local filesystem through '''My Files'''. The name of the path is the last directory name. E.g. if the system path is {{{/home/sebastian/images}}} the '''My Files''' section whould show {{{images}}}. 
     12Done! Now the user can import the files from the local filesystem through ''Dashboard'' -> ''Media Files''. The name of the path is the last directory name. E.g. if the system path is {{{/home/xemle/images}}} the file list shows {{{images}}}. The directory {{{files}}} is phtagr's directory where uploaded files are stored. 
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    11 But remember: the web server must be able to read the files. Therefore, set the file permissions correctly.  
     14But remember: Your web server must be able to read the files. Therefore, set the file permissions correctly. On trouble, please view your log file at {{{tmp/logs/logger.log}}}