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I am running the Zabbix installation wizard and I am getting stuck on step 7.  When I save the file per the instructions, I still get Fail when I click the retry button.  I tried saving it a couple times with the same result.  Does anyone have any suggestions?
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by:gheist
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seems that step 7 is
"fix permissions on conf directory"

so use chown and chmod to fix the permissions on conf directory....
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by:LightwaveMgmt
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Can you tell me the Syntax for those commands?
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Got someone to fix the configuration issue.  He did not get back to me on what the issue was.
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