When you first visit the Armadillo page on your website, Armadillo does a lot of work behind the scenes to prepare for the initial online setup. This includes extracting files, displaying the correct language, and various other tasks.
However, in order to perform these tasks Armadillo must have sufficient "permissions" on your hosting account. Most large hosting companies have these "permissions" setup so that everything "just works" without you having to do anything special.
Sometimes, smaller hosting companies, particularly those serving a particular region, can have very strict security measures in place that prevent Armadillo from doing this work for you. Oftentimes you can solve this problem by changing the "permissions" for Armadillo on your web hosting account. Below are directions on how to do so.
Note to Chillidog Hosting users: Do not change permissions on the files in your account. Greg at Chillidog has stated that this is not necessary for Armadillo with their hosting configuration, and can cause security issues with their setup.
public_html. Open such a folder if it exists, then navigate to the
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