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Keelan Leader
Keelan Oct 14 '11
I have been manually adding them, no biggie. But using the admin panel to add new i get this error:


Max Oct 15 '11
Hi !
php zip and zlib module are installed on your host ?
The Forum post is edited by Max Oct 15 '11
Keelan Leader
Keelan Oct 15 '11
Den Team
Den Oct 17 '11
Would you try to enable DEV_MODE in ow_includes/config.php file and try again?
Keelan Leader
Keelan Oct 17 '11
Okay so fresh install and i head over to the back end and i cannot even see the add new plugin link.

It is in the footer though:


FYI i wiped my install from QuickInstall and did a fresh 1.2.4 and this solved my original issue. But yes for some reason my add link vanished from the top.

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Den Team
Den Oct 18 '11
You mean, that you downloded 1.2.4 from oxwall.org, installed it and you don't see button "Add New Plugin"?
Keelan Leader
Keelan Oct 18 '11
Yes. Strange. It is in my footer just not up top.
Den Team
Den Oct 19 '11
Where is in footer? Would you attache a screenshot please? :)
Keelan Leader
Keelan Oct 19 '11
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Den Team
Den Oct 20 '11
Really something strange :) 
Michael Leader
Michael Feb 7 '12
jeo Feb 7 '12
hay bob mate u need to upload your themes at your host, go on you files manger and click on ow_themes and upload the zip file their and open the zip file then go back on your site admin/choose themes :)
Kamlesh Vijay Sarode

when i type www.xyz.wall.fm /ow_includes/config.php

 i get this error 


You don't have permission to access /ow_includes/config.php on this server.

Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.
Apache/2.0.64 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.0.64 OpenSSL/1.0.0-fips mod_auth_passthrough/2.1 mod_bwlimited/1.4 FrontPage/ PHP/5.3.8 Server at xyz.wall.fm Port 80

help me what to do

Michael I.
Michael I. May 5 '12
Why would you want to view your website's config.php file via browser? I guess it's at least not secure to let that file to be viewed via browser.