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This command will grant Apache2 privileges to access the /var/www folder and write to it, change /var/www to your Apache document root or only to the certain website, for example to /var/www/drupal7/We’re trying to provide a way that users can get the same user friendliness of a package manager like Synaptic.Tried searching around about the question, but only found "random" answers. It is a permissions issue...basically your web server needs permission to write to 'sites/all/modules' for Drupal to be able to get the new module folder there without using FTP.However, it's a security risk to do this, so if your server is already configured in such a way that the apache/php daemons from writing to those folders you should keep it that way. It's in the modules, it's "enabled", yet I can't manipulate it.I'm working directly on my testing server and the file(s) are available locally. Linux Debian Lenny9 Apache2.2 Drupal 7 I beginning to suspect this is a bug or an oversight. In a fit of desperation I looked into manually editing the database with phpmyadmin. I had copied the unpacked module files to /drupal-7.0 instead of /var/www/drupal-7.0... well I ran into the same problem (I think) hi @ all I am still trying and testing on my local machine ...I found the modules table but I don't have the information I need to force Drupal to see my newly installed module files. everything's OK now "never mind"I'm having the same issue, but it doesn't look like this thread has resolved it? so as I understand drupal is asking to have the root or master login for my lamp server.Do not make www-data own /sites/default or any other folder except for /sites//files or /files once the site is live.The "install module" feature within drupal should only be used during site development, when the site is not live.

You can issue a couple of commands: And the module will be automatically downloaded and installed on your site. Then I click on the "Configure" text, and it drops me back to the main settings page, where I see the error (to check status).

Funny, but I was just on the phone this AM with Alex Lindahl of Acquia about my interest in handling this sort of thing on my own, as a site owner (rather than paying for external support to do this, as I'm doing now).

Normally, updating modules in Drupal is as easy as it can be because there's a nice overview of modules that need an update at admin/modules/update. After a few seconds and no further input, all modules are updated and everything is fine.

This was written for n00bs who just want to test modules locally.

It may also be necessary to give the Apache user read-write permission in the drupal root directory.

Other than that it might be worth asking another question here about it, someone may well have run into the same problem before Thank you for your interest in this question.

Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).

I'm on a fresh install of quickstart, and when I try to add a new module to example.dev, it's asking for my server connection details.... I supose that while installing the lamp server (on ubuntu) this was introduced automaticaly as I used a script (dont remember how it was called but was something like a batchjob) ...

may be I was asked and I just used some predefined data, installing was a hell of quick ... if you run your site (the drupoal site) on a hosted server it seems clear to me that the hoster should be able to give you the data.

Updating modules using that method works only if the server running Drupal also runs a FTP server; in that case, you need to enter the username and the password to connect to the FTP server.

The server is normally "localhost" as both the web server and the FTP server are running from the same IP; if that is not the case, then you should change "localhost" with the name of the server (e.g. If you are running Drupal on your local computer, as when you use it as testing site, then if you don't have a FTP server on your computer, you cannot use that way to update modules; in that case, you just copy the files on your computer, after you download the archives containing the updated versions.