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I have my JForum install permissions set to the tomcat user, since I'm using tomcat as my app server. I'm not seeing the problem you're seeing.

Have you set the permissions for the index.htm & configs to be writable (i.e. 777)?

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Please give write access for the user who is running the webserver to the file 'index.htm' and for the directory 'WEB-INF/config' and its subdirectories before continuing.

JForum needs to write its configurations there. When you're done, click at "Try Again".

when i install the jforum2.1.7,it show this error.
but i gived the webapp for root =user:Everyone
The user can write in the rootWebapp.

This is my config.
Default board language en_US
Database Type: mysql
2) Database Configuration
Database Server Hostname localhost:3306
Database name: scydx_304it1
Database Username: c.code
Database Password: (not shown)
Database Encoding: utf-8
Use Connection Pool: no
3) Board Configuration
Forum Link: http://localhost:8080/jsp/
Website Link: http://localhost:8080
Administrator Username: Admin
Administrator Password: (not shown)

How about it??
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Thanks for you answer~~~
Yes....I'm using the Tomcat5.5.4 and jdk_1.5.0.0.7....
But the JForum is using virtual directory.

Have you set the permissions for the index.htm & configs to be writable (i.e. 777)?
Yes ...I have set it..

o.right....
How do you set the permissions for them?.
can you send the method and step on there?.
Thank you ~!
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