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Server error: Cannot open file "S\dep\my webs1\_vti_pvt\service.cnf" for writing. 8. Thank you -- Steve Stefan Reply With Quote 01-08, 08:38 PM #3 Re: we80.cnf error message Hi, No that does not work either. The host advises they have checked the server and all seems OK, however i get the impression they know little about this particular error message. Error message: "cannot open file "./httpd.conf" for reading" HELP? 11. http://forum.powweb.com/archive/index.php/t-33115.html

Any help would be greatly appreciated!!! we80.cnf error message - Frontpage Extensions I tried to upload a website on a Linux server with FPE's installed and as soon as I select 'Publish web' I get the following Server error: Cannot open "we80.cnf": no such file or folder.

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Follow-Ups: Re: we80.cnf From: DanMartin46 Prev by Date: Re: we80.cnf Next by Date: Re: Where is the server? this content Dudle » Fri, 04 Apr 2003 05:45:17 When I try to publish my church's web site with Frontpage 2000, I get the following error message: "Server error cannot open "we80.cnf": no Thank you -- Steve Steve Reply With Quote 01-08, 11:17 AM #2 Re: we80.cnf error message Try just opening the online site in FP to verify the FP SE are working Server error: Cannot open "we80.cnf": no such file or folder.

Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? http://sauvblog.com/cannot-open/cannot-open-include-file-cmath-no-such-file-or-directory.html Thank you for your help. -- Steve "Stefan B Rusynko" wrote: Steve Reply With Quote 01-08, 08:50 PM #4 Re: we80.cnf error message Ask your host support to run a Your cache administrator is webmaster. Can anyone advise what the problem maybe so I can suggest to the host a course of action.

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Do they need to install it? All Rights Reserved - PrivacyPolicy Re: we80.cnf From: "Ronx" Date: Sat, 22 Mar 2008 17:09:19 +0000 we80.cnf does not exist on Windows operating systems - it is a Unix file, Jim Buyens Microsoft FrontPage MVP http://www.interlacken.com Author of: *------------------------------------------------------* |\----------------------------------------------------/| || Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003 Inside Out || || Microsoft FrontPage Version 2002 Inside Out || || Web Database Development Step Check This Out Server error: Cannot open "/usr/local/frontpage/we80.cnf": no such file or directory.

If you're having a computer problem, ask on our forum for advice. Now, when I try to publish to an actual web site, I get this error message: "Server error: Cannot open "/usr/local/frontpage/we80.cnf": no such file or directory." This file doesn't exist, and How do I find out? > > I am having exactly the same problem. I tried to upload a website on a Linux server with FPE's installed and as soon as I select 'Publish web' I get the following error message; Unable to open http://xx.com

Under Windows 95, this was done through an icon called Personal Web Server, which was located in the Control Panel. error "we80.cnf" 10. Rain Longson posted Oct 27, 2016 FrontPage 2003 with new data server? The host advises they have checked the server and all seems OK, however i get the impression they know little about this particular error message.

HELP!!! Discussion in 'Frontpage Client' started by Gus, Oct 5, 2003. Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. Make sure to have a backup copy of your website. From FrontPage SERK troubleshooting guide for extensions at http://www.x5.net/faqs/fp/trouble.htm : in the section for Common FrontPage Server Extensions Error Messages

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