FTP Error "could not cd"

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overmind
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FTP Error "could not cd"

Post by overmind » Sat Feb 16, 2008 1:37 pm

Im trying to install easy mod for my forum but only getting as far as step 2.
It says:

FTP ERROR: could not cd to http://www.eastcoastdubs.co.uk/forum
You successfully logged into the server, but could not change direcory (CD) to the easymod directory. The following is recommended:


1. Are you sure you entered the correct path? Below is a directory listing of the files in the FTP root directory. The FTP root directory is simply the starting point when you connect. The path to the phpBB2 installation should begin with one of the directory names listed below.
2. Directory names are case sensitive. Be sure the easymod directory is all lowercase.
3. In some *very rare* cases it's possible that you are not connecting to the proper FTP Server. Try specifying the hostname in the FTP Server field and the port in the FTP Port field.
4. Some servers have issues with the passive mode that EasyMOD attempts to use by default. If you have the PHP FTP extension loaded, then enable that option in step 1.


FTP root directory:

Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded in /home/www/eatcoatd/forum/admin/mods/easymod/em_includes/em_ftp.php on line 866


The FTP path is correct (http://www.eastcoastdubs.co.uk/forum) and login info is correct. The easymod directory is in the right place and passive mode is enabled.

Any help much appreciated.
Cheers.

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Lumpy Burgertushie
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Re: FTP Error "could not cd"

Post by Lumpy Burgertushie » Sun Feb 17, 2008 9:16 pm

that is not the correct ftp path.

it would be something like;

public_html/forums

or htdocs/forums

not http://whatever.com/forums


robert

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