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We need to make this directory writable C:\DOCUME~1\username\LOCALS~1\Temp\php\session.
 
We need to make this directory writable C:\DOCUME~1\username\LOCALS~1\Temp\php\session.
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On Linux Systems the php.ini will probably use /tmp folder. <br>
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If you do not want to make the whole folder writable you can change the php.ini setting to<br>
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e. g. /tmp/joomla<br>
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and creating that new folder by typing (as root)<br>
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mkdir -m 777 /tmp/joomla

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Session save path : Unwriteable

Solution:

Find the file php.ini, this is located in the same director as the installation of PHP

Open the file in a text editor and find session.savepath, this will look like :

session.save_path="C:\DOCUME~1\username\LOCALS~1\Temp\php\session"

We need to make this directory writable C:\DOCUME~1\username\LOCALS~1\Temp\php\session.


On Linux Systems the php.ini will probably use /tmp folder.
If you do not want to make the whole folder writable you can change the php.ini setting to
e. g. /tmp/joomla
and creating that new folder by typing (as root)
mkdir -m 777 /tmp/joomla