TikiWiki is not properly set up:

The directory '/home/project-web/mcode/htdocs/tikiwiki/backups' is not writeable by nobody (or the user account the web server is running under).
The directory '/home/project-web/mcode/htdocs/tikiwiki/dump' is not writeable by nobody (or the user account the web server is running under).
The directory '/home/project-web/mcode/htdocs/tikiwiki/img/wiki' is not writeable by nobody (or the user account the web server is running under).
The directory '/home/project-web/mcode/htdocs/tikiwiki/img/wiki_up' is not writeable by nobody (or the user account the web server is running under).
The directory '/home/project-web/mcode/htdocs/tikiwiki/modules/cache' is not writeable by nobody (or the user account the web server is running under).
The directory '/home/project-web/mcode/htdocs/tikiwiki/temp' is not writeable by nobody (or the user account the web server is running under).
The directory '/home/project-web/mcode/htdocs/tikiwiki/templates_c' is not writeable by nobody (or the user account the web server is running under).

You may either chmod the directories above manually to 777, or run one of the sets of commands below.
Procceed to the Tiki installer after you run the commands below.

If you cannot become root, and are NOT part of the group nobody (or the group account the web server is running under):
	$ bash
	$ cd /home/project-web/mcode/htdocs/tikiwiki
	$ chmod +x setup.sh
	$ ./setup.sh yourlogin yourgroup 02777
	Tip: You can find your group using the command 'id'.

If you cannot become root, but are a member of the group nobody (or the group account the web server is running under):
	$ bash
	$ cd /home/project-web/mcode/htdocs/tikiwiki
	$ chmod +x setup.sh
	$ ./setup.sh mylogin nobody (or the group account the web server is running under)

If you can become root:
	$ bash
	$ cd /home/project-web/mcode/htdocs/tikiwiki
	$ chmod +x setup.sh
	$ su -c './setup.sh nobody (or the user account the web server is running under)'

If you have problems accessing a directory, check the open_basedir entry in
/etc/php.ini or httpd.conf.

Once you have executed these commands, this message will disappear!

Note: If you cannot become root, you will not be able to delete certain
files created by apache, and will need to ask your system administrator
to delete them for you if needed.

Consult the tikiwiki.org installation guide if you need more help.

Procceed to the Tiki installer if you've completed the steps above.