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Error when register new user

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Hello

First I'm newbies in prestashop and sorry for my bad english

 

I try to install my first prestashop site and template everything go well till I test the register system

 

After input data and press register button I found this error massage

 

 

Warning: require(/home/www/virtual/givememodel.com/main/htdocs) [function.require]: failed to open stream: No such device in /home/www/virtual/givememodel.com/main/htdocs/classes/Autoload.php on line 112

 

Fatal error: require() [function.require]: Failed opening required '/home/www/virtual/givememodel.com/main/htdocs/' (include_path='.:/usr/share/php:/usr/share/pear') in/home/www/virtual/givememodel.com/main/htdocs/classes/Autoload.php on line 112

 

but when I check in back office this user registration is complete and can log in normally

 

please give me an advice to solve this

 

THX

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maybe it is a permission issues or filename, can you check file name of file that is mentioned in error you pasted? remember that linux systems are Case sensitive

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Thank for you reply

 

Now I change permission of all files to 755 (from 777)

then the error has change to

 

Fatal error: Class 'Mail' not found in /home/www/virtual/givememodel.com/main/htdocs/controllers/front/AuthController.php on line 662

 

then I head to AuthController.php and change the file permission back to 777 but still get same error

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Now I still try to fix with permission issue

after I change some couple files to 777

the error show

 

Fatal error: Class 'MailCore' not found in /home/thaitable/domains/thaitabletop.com/public_html/shop/override/classes/Mail.php on line 8

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and what about case sensitivity? your files from errors that you mentioned have got exactly the same names on ftp?

it's very important because linux os is case sensitive

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