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If you receive this error:

 Error creating temporary file; please check your TempDir setting in mt.cfg (currently '/tmp') this location should be writable. While uploading a file.

IT means that the file you are trying to load is already there.

This will occur if you click buttons too much or for various others reasons.

Simply rename the file you are trying to upload and try it again.

Make sure you do not have spaces, periods, commas or # signs in your filename!

The following tutorial will show you how to upload a file to your blog site. For example you may want to upload a PDF file of your school newsletter or class notes so that visitors to your site may download them to their own computer.


 

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Yes you can. You need to get the HTML code for the file. To get this information you need to go to the entry where you last used that file. In the entry area highlight the "Download File" and copy it. Create your new entry and in the body paste the download file information. This will create a link to the desired file.

You are not able to overwrite, or delete any file you upload.

If you want to upload the same file you must choose the local site path menu and type in a folder name - What ever you choose for a folder name will be automatically added to your blog folder. (ie: if you are uploading your timetable document try - using the folder name timetable2006)

Be sure to take note of what folders you create and where your files are stored.

Another option would be to rename the file so that you can upload it again.

Please note: You cannot makes changes to the file once it is uploaded.

If you need files deleted from your blog folder please call: 650-7700

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