OsCommerce - Sessions Directory error /tmp folder

 

When installing OsCommerce locally, you usually get this error "The sessions directory does not exist: /tmp. Sessions will not work until this directory is created."

To fix the issue, do the following:

  1. Open your configure.php located in your /catalog/includes folder. If your configure.php is not writable, make it writable by unticking the "Read-only" checkbox in General properties attributes. Add a comment
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I have Apache and PHP installed, and I am getting this error “No input file specified” when I typed http://localhost in my web browser. To solve this make sure that php.ini & httpd.conf have the same directory name, see example below:

  • for php.ini which is usually located at C:\PHP\ make sure that doc_root is the same as your DocumentRoot for httpd.conf, make not of the forward and backward slashes
    doc_root = "E:\WEBSITES\"
  • for httpd.conf which is usually located at C:\Program Files\......\Apache\
    DocumentRoot "E:/WEBSITES"

    <Directory "E:/WEBSITES">

 

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