Error message: runless.php Frage

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Hi,

I get this error message after installing Blank-Bootstrap-Edition-3.8.0 on a Joomla 3.4.3 system.

Warning: file_get_contents(http://my-website//media/system/css/system.css): failed to open stream: HTTP request failed! HTTP/1.1 401 Authorization Required in /storage/content/87/178787/my-website/public_html/templates/absolutearvendalbootstrap/runless.php on line 38


Does it inflect any functions or is it a message to be ignored? (If I set error message display to none, no one will notice the message)

I found the same question at http://blank.vc/forum/warning-meldung, but there was no answer.

Best regards
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    Wednesday, 08. July 2015, 08:16 - #permalink
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    It's a warning and not an error and it means that the system.css can't loaded. You have no rights to load it. This is the matter why runless.php gives a 401. Take a look at the rights of the file and folder.
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    Wednesday, 08. July 2015, 13:11 - #permalink
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    Thanks for the answer.

    All folders (media/system/css) have 755 as rights. The file system.css has 644. What would be the right values?

    Best regards
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    Wednesday, 08. July 2015, 20:33 - #permalink
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    Hm, the rights are right (great sentence). And system.css do exists? The path is right?
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    Tuesday, 14. July 2015, 11:29 - #permalink
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    Sorry for the delay. I was occupied with other things.

    As far as I can tell, the files seem to be in place. See attached file.

    I was also trying to use your BT with no Bootstrap, to slim it down, since just a part of the Bootstrap CSS is used in my website, but I was unable to get the columns to work in blog layout. So I need to get back to your Bootstrap version (which I have used several times in earlier versions).

    Best regards
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    Wednesday, 09. September 2015, 01:22 - #permalink
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    Hallo @ all

    maybe here the reason.

    You are using a .htpasswd file that don't allow the access (directory password)

    and

    If you wonna get rid of the message you can ad the following order to your htaccess

    php_flag display_startup_errors off

    Best
    Chris
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