Hi All, I have just completed a clean install of w2p v3.2.90 and all's well except for an error message in system admin/view modules. The message reads, \"Module uploads are not allowed. Please check permissions on the /modules directory.\" Permissions have not been changed since upload and are 0755 on the directories and 0644 on the files. can anyone tell me what permissions are needed on the modules directory to enable file upload or where to find them? Thanks, Les Glassock

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As far as I can see (and if I am not looking in the wrong place, which is /httpdocs/modules, /httpdocs being the root folder), all folders are 0755 and all files 0644 and I am working fine. Is it the latest version that you installed? It may say 3.2.9 but that is wrong, it should say 3.3.x.
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Hi Themopolus, thanks for the response. I have downloaded the latest version from source forge but my login screen says 3.2.90 - see attachment. My file permissions are the same as your . Any suggestions? TIA, Lesglass![alt text][1] [1]: /storage/temp/261-cuserslesliedownloadsweb2project2015-05-30-18-16-3.jpg
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