I'm new on symfony and on this forum!
I uploaded all files to my server (shared), changed the file web/config.php so I could access it from non localhost machine (just added my work ip) and accessed the file.
I got the following errors:
1. You are running PHP version "5.2.17", but Symfony needs at least PHP "5.3.2" to run. Before using Symfony, install PHP "5.3.2" or newer.
2. Change the permissions of the "app/cache/" directory so that the web server can write into it.
3. Change the permissions of the "app/logs/" directory so that the web server can write into it.
4. Set the "date.timezone" setting in php.ini* (like Europe/Paris).
The 1st and 4th don't worry me and I've placed a support ticket to the hosting company so they can make this arranjements.
The 2nd and 3rd problems worry me though... I've set the permissions to 777 through ftp recursivly but the error persists! I only have ftp access so i ran out of ideas.
I hope to deploy symfony accross multiples websites so I can't be asking the hosting to be changing the permissions constantly.
Also isn't it a bit unsafe to set the permissions for 777??
Thanks you all