Log in or register to post comments Comment #27 acbramley CreditAttribution: acbramley commented November 28, 2010 at 9:54pm Comment #20 worked for me too. It is deafault drupal german installation but after installation I use it for english language. Log in or register to post comments Comment #71 surendra77c CreditAttribution: surendra77c commented August 19, 2014 at 8:52am Please configure your file setting : admin/config/media/file-system follow this link under : Public Phone: +1-469-235-0194, +1-630-544-0353 Australia Australia 21 Belleville Close, Burnside Heights, Melbourne, VIC 3023 Phone: +61-426-275-573 Services DRUPAL SERVICES Drupal Website Development Services Drupal Theme Development Drupal Site Maintenance Drupal Commerce &
If the owner of the folder is not a member of the group that owns it, there is a very good chance you will encounter errors. However, this is not a good fix because it doesn't follow the Principle of least privilege. You can solve the issue by manually creating the directory as described in issue #425446: The selected file ... Log in or register to post comments Comment #45 lcgrs CreditAttribution: lcgrs commented February 13, 2012 at 11:16am Solution #20 has indeed solved this problem.
Yes, I've verified that the system has full rights to the folders. Log in or register to post comments Comment #67 cfox612 CreditAttribution: cfox612 commented July 8, 2013 at 11:17am Well that worked about as long as the others. Log in or register to post comments Comment #17 SWeddig CreditAttribution: SWeddig commented August 24, 2009 at 12:01pm Hi! Manually create a "ctools" folder. 3.
You can do this by running chgrp -R
The executable flag should not be used unless you know exactly what you're doing. Parameters $css: A chunk of well-formed CSS text to cache. $filter: If TRUE the css will be filtered. Log in or register to post comments Comment #58 Drupalbee CreditAttribution: Drupalbee commented March 10, 2013 at 11:57pm #20 Worked for me as well. deleted it, logged out and it went away!
Me happy :-) Log in or register to post comments Comment #57 Anonymous (not verified) CreditAttribution: Anonymous commented March 8, 2013 at 12:04pm #20 worked for me. Changing the directory permissions in /public_html/sites/all/modules will not resolve this. Click here to subscribe.Sponsored @WeRockYourWebMake fact-based and insightful decisions that will improve company performance with a business intelligence software https://t.co/MWdYEZE5FH 2016/12/19A huge benefit of @qlik is its smart data load feature, I was able to make a backup .sql.gz file from the website's Drupal interface and import that database into Acquia.
current community chat Drupal Answers Drupal Answers Meta your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. http://drupal.stackexchange.com/questions/143897/ctools-css-cache-error asked 1 year ago viewed 1992 times active 1 year ago Blog Stack Overflow Gives Back 2016 Developers, Webmasters, and Ninjas: What’s in a Job Title? Ctools Css Related 698How to force browser to reload cached CSS/JS files?4“context” on a drupal page3Drupal is unable to create the “files” folder (and any upload php script as well)4Drupal Folder and File The Specified File Temporary Could Not Be Copied Log in or register to post comments Comment #41 arcki CreditAttribution: arcki commented January 16, 2012 at 10:20pm 1) Went to drupal_install_folder/sites/default/files 2) moved the folder drupal_install_folder/sites/default/files/ctools/css to drupal_install_folder/sites/default/files/ctools/cssold 3) Created
Best Printers: Epson vs HP vs Canon vs Brother Online Collaboration Tools: Slack vs Basecamp vs Trello vs Asana vs Teamwork vs Wrike & More! ctools file-permissions share|improve this question asked Jan 12 '15 at 1:29 dayuloli 369118 add a comment| 2 Answers 2 active oldest votes up vote 2 down vote accepted That directory must I've double-checked that everything related to it is disabled, and so is all of it. ?? followed this and warning has gone and ctools recreated itself Log in or register to post comments Comment #56 chlee CreditAttribution: chlee commented November 29, 2012 at 12:57pm #20 worked for Drupal Files Folder Permissions
I looked at my ctools.install file and it says public://ctools 3. Log in or register to post comments Comment #39 jessicakoh CreditAttribution: jessicakoh commented December 30, 2011 at 7:21am #20 works. Name * Email * Message * custom requirements To prevent automated spam submissions leave this field empty. Check the permissions on your files directory.
You can use file_exists() to test for the file and file_delete() to remove it if it needs to be cleared. I don't have an /admin/config/media/file-system folder? Please copy the wording for us.
The CTools directory should automatically be recreated without errors and you should be good to go.August 28, 2012 at 1:27 pm #3536 DrupalJunkieMemberI just installed a Drupal 7 demo site (using Makes accessing admin tasks drastically easier. My standard starting point when creating a new Drupal site on a server is to create or select an existing user that is a part of the web server group (typically Log in or register to post comments Comment #6 rgraves CreditAttribution: rgraves commented May 26, 2009 at 7:30pm I received the error in the status report and did chmod 777 of
The only improvement I would consider is to add the path to the message as per other modules with the same grievances. Do you think that I should have problems in the future by removing the "ctools/"? Log in or register to post comments Comment #8 merlinofchaos CreditAttribution: merlinofchaos commented February 7, 2013 at 12:33am Orange: You're conflating two issues. thanks nico Log in or register to post comments Comment #8 wjaspers CreditAttribution: wjaspers commented April 18, 2013 at 5:52am If you're not the owner or a group member with appropriate
Log in or register to post comments Comment #15 merlinofchaos CreditAttribution: merlinofchaos commented June 13, 2009 at 6:31pm Status: Needs review » Fixed Committed nickl's patch with a small typo correction Getting Status Report Error below: CTools CSS Cache Unable to create The CTools CSS cache directory, ctools/css could not be created due to a misconfigured files directory. Not sure what's going on. I can't tell you how to fix it, because the problem is that the webserver does not have permission to create the directory.
Installed Drupal 7 on LAMP stack 2. You are hereHome » Articles » [SOLVED][Drupal Ctools] Unable to create the CTools CSS Cache directory error [SOLVED][Drupal Ctools] Unable to create the CTools CSS Cache directory error By: Webmaster Tweet Installed CTools (latest alpha and also tried dev) 3. chgrp -Rv www-data sites/default/files Next we'll set up permissions so that the web server can always write to any file that is in this directory.
Make sure you delete the ctools/css/ folder which is in the sites/default/files and not within the modules folder. Log in or register to post comments Comment #2 merlinofchaos CreditAttribution: merlinofchaos commented August 2, 2011 at 9:06pm Status: Active » Closed (works as designed) It would cause several things to Log in or register to post comments Comment #21 mikestratton CreditAttribution: mikestratton commented July 29, 2016 at 9:38am Here is the fix: Change the directory permissions on the ctools directory located Even removed and re-installed ctools completely.
Firstly check you file system path Check if it is in the format "sites/default/files" If it is then go to the files directory and assign 777 permission to sites/default/files/ctools Next run Log in or register to post comments Comment #16 karolus CreditAttribution: karolus commented April 14, 2015 at 1:27pm Status: Closed (fixed) » Needs work Issue tags: +error, +file permissions Apparent file Any other idea? Thanks.
share|improve this answer answered Sep 14 '12 at 15:09 theunraveler 2,9931318 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign O, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala - 695010 Kochi Office XI/86 L, Chalakkara Road, Padamukal, Kakkanad P. Anyway, I've set up Dev Desktop on my local PC (running Win7) to be able to make edits to the site and test things locally before going live. The ctools and css folders I created in /sites/default/files still exists with proper permissions, but the one I deleted within the /sites/default/files/images folder has re-created itself.
Yes this // is a very miniscule chance but it's safe. $filename = file_save_data($css, $filename);