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tower [Linux/Unix]
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 Unlike previous versions of fckgLite, which required manual installation,​ versions of fckgLite 06, starting November 24 2011, can now  be installed using the Dokuwiki Plugin Manager. ​ The prohibition against using the Dokuwiki Plugin manager was aimed primarily at Linux/Unix systems, because the Plugin Manager fails to install a set of symbolic links which are needed to run the filebrowser,​ as explained in more detail below. ​  The plugin manager will not remove the links once they have been created, but will not install them.  This is no longer a problem; ​ fckgLite will now check to see if these links exist and if not it will create them. Unlike previous versions of fckgLite, which required manual installation,​ versions of fckgLite 06, starting November 24 2011, can now  be installed using the Dokuwiki Plugin Manager. ​ The prohibition against using the Dokuwiki Plugin manager was aimed primarily at Linux/Unix systems, because the Plugin Manager fails to install a set of symbolic links which are needed to run the filebrowser,​ as explained in more detail below. ​  The plugin manager will not remove the links once they have been created, but will not install them.  This is no longer a problem; ​ fckgLite will now check to see if these links exist and if not it will create them.
  
  
 If you have previously used a manual install for fckgLite, the Plugin Manager may not be able to install a new instance of fckgLite over top of the old one, because it may not have the correct permissions. ​ In this case you may want to delete the old installation of fckgLite or change the permissions so that the web server has write permission to the files and directories of the fckgLite plugin. If you have previously used a manual install for fckgLite, the Plugin Manager may not be able to install a new instance of fckgLite over top of the old one, because it may not have the correct permissions. ​ In this case you may want to delete the old installation of fckgLite or change the permissions so that the web server has write permission to the files and directories of the fckgLite plugin.
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