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if you do have this changeperm program in the wipha folder with 4755 permission, I don't understand how you can get this error.

Anyway, changeperm won't work for you, as I hardcoded it to work in /Users/<user>/Sites/wipha/ipl (that was a security choice). I'll have to rethink about that.

So you have the option to edit the file wipha/libs/wipha.php and modify the bloc to bypass the test (in the function parseDataFile):

            $­stat = stat('./changeperm');
            if (($­stat['mode']&04555)!=04555) ­{­
                $­this->smarty->assign('error', 'changeperm');
            } else ­{­

You can also remove the call to the correctPermissions function.

You will have to check your AlbumData.xml and new (or corrected) images permissions each time you use iPhoto to make sure by yourself that all files are still readable.

If you trust me, you can also send me by mail your wipha URL and a ssh login so that I can try to understand why you still get this error.

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