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#1 2013-12-04 22:12:14

Pascal
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[SOLVED] ownCloud on a Raspberry Pi with nginx & uWSGI - nowriteaccess

I have installed ownCloud via pacman and followed the instructions on the wiki. But when I try to access ownCloud, I get an error:

Can't write into config directory 'config'

This can usually be fixed by giving the webserver write access to the config directory.

ownCloud – web services under your control

Giving the webserver write access does not help: I have changed the owner both to the suggested http and to username and even changed the mode of the whole owncloud directory to 777 without any effect on the error.

I cannot find any logs to post under /var/log/


I am running the latest versions available in pacman: owncloud-5.0.13-1 | uwsgi-1.9.20-1 | PHP 5.5.6 | nginx/1.4.4


Any ideas what else I could try?

Last edited by Pascal (2013-12-06 19:54:00)

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#2 2013-12-04 23:53:56

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Re: [SOLVED] ownCloud on a Raspberry Pi with nginx & uWSGI - nowriteaccess

Moving to Other Architectures

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#3 2013-12-06 19:09:30

Morrad
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Re: [SOLVED] ownCloud on a Raspberry Pi with nginx & uWSGI - nowriteaccess

Pascal wrote:

Giving the webserver write access does not help: I have changed the owner both to the suggested http and to username and even changed the mode of the whole owncloud directory to 777 without any effect on the error.

I assume you also changed the ownership / permissions of any subdirectories?


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#4 2013-12-06 19:52:44

Pascal
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Re: [SOLVED] ownCloud on a Raspberry Pi with nginx & uWSGI - nowriteaccess

Thank you Morrad! I was sure I had, but it seems I had only done it when I changed the owner to 'http', not when I changed it to my user or when I changed the mode.

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