Ckfinder & Ckeditor in Symfony2 with no bundle

I would like to simply use Ckfinder with Ckeditor in Symfony2 without any bundle.

Ckeditor works well already, and Ckfinder is matched with my Ckeditor’s textarea. But, when I want to add a picture from the server, I have this error : "The file browser is disabled for security reasons. Please contact your system administrator and check the CKFinder configuration file."

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    What I have to do next ?

    PS : already looked on the internet, on http://docs.cksource.com/ckfinder3/#!/guide/dev_ckeditor and on http://docs.cksource.com/CKEditor_3.x/Developers_Guide/Installation guides. Easy for normal PHP website, but different for a Symfony2 one.

    INFO : I just import the ckfinder and the ckeditor directories in /Resources/public/js directory of my Bundle.

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    You have to configure the CKFinder using this guide.
    This message is displayed because you have to add some sort of authentication to you installation.