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31  DeveloperSide.NET / Web.Developer Server Suite Community Edition,
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/ Re: Move to New Server
on: September 14, 2007, 09:36:24 PM
That seems to have fixed it. Thx for the link!
32  DeveloperSide.NET / Web.Developer Server Suite Community Edition,
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/ Re: Move to New Server
on: September 14, 2007, 03:49:12 PM
Yes, this is the site on wordpress that I moved from the old server. Please note, however, that a second site (different url, domain, etc) I am building with wordpress on the new server does not exhibit this behavior. I hope that helps.
33  DeveloperSide.NET / Web.Developer Server Suite Community Edition,
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/ Re: Move to New Server
on: September 13, 2007, 09:06:09 PM
I think things are mostly going well now, thank you.

But I got a new message from Google that my 404 is returning a 200, in other words, the server is saying things are ok when in fact there is no such page. I went to the site and checked it out by typing "404 error" after the base site url and sure enough, not only was there no error message, there was no change in the page or anything. Apparently this is a fixable problem. So, what do I do? Thx.
34  DeveloperSide.NET / Web.Developer Server Suite Community Edition,
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/ Re: Move to New Server
on: August 26, 2007, 05:04:08 PM
Yes, I'll get to the HD on the old machine later. Now I have more pressing problems.

I switched IPís on the two computers, copied over the old conf file and the sites come up on the internet as they are supposed to, however:

I am no longer able to access them on localhost on the new computer. I remember being told something about not being able to see a website over the internet on the computer where it is hosted, but I can see these sites on the host computer over the internet and not localhost. Is this right?

The joomla site (which is the only one I have tested so far) comes up over the internet without the template, just plain html. On the joomla admin page before the switch, all that was still there.

On the host, when I try to login to the joomla admin over the internet, I get a 404 just like I did through localhost. When I try to login on the laptop, firefox wants to treat it like a download. IE opens it up, but it is all gibberish.


Well, you can't say I'm not having an adventure today. Ok, I figured out the correct url for the admin page. Since my conf file was modified for virtual hosts, that apparently screwed up the internal setup of the webapps, because even inside the joomla admin page I got a 404 error when I tried to preview the site. So should I reinstall, putting the conf file in before setting up the webapps? But I had the webapps installed before tinkering with the conf files on the old machine. What goes on here?

As for the plain html, there must be some kind of image blocking going on, right? But from where?
35  DeveloperSide.NET / Web.Developer Server Suite Community Edition,
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/ Re: Move to New Server
on: August 25, 2007, 06:49:52 PM
7zip gives the same error: upload.php in wordpress is corrupt. It also suggests running chkdsk. I assume since option 2 you suggested originally still involves copying over the webapps that using that option will not change things. I am going to delete and reinstall on the new machine. If I can get that working then I'll worry about copying or just deleting from the old machine. If you have any other suggestions, I'm open to hearing them. Thanks for all your help.
36  DeveloperSide.NET / Web.Developer Server Suite Community Edition,
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/ Re: Move to New Server
on: August 25, 2007, 12:46:17 PM
I got 'File not found or no read permission' while sending webapps to the zip that comes with windows.

When trying to attach the zip to yahoo mail, the web page went 404. Was the zip too big?

When trying to move the file using remote desktop it appeared to work but the zip is nowhere to be found on either computer.

I don't know why I'm having these issues but I'm not sure it's worth the hassle. This morning I am going to see about starting from scratch so I can at least test the site on the new machine.
37  DeveloperSide.NET / Web.Developer Server Suite Community Edition,
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/ Re: Move to New Server
on: August 24, 2007, 04:40:30 PM
I just cut and paste from 'my computer'. Will try the zip thing when I get home tonight and let you know. Thx.
38  DeveloperSide.NET / Web.Developer Server Suite Community Edition,
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/ Re: Move to New Server
on: August 24, 2007, 02:21:55 PM
Ok, that almost worked. First, I got an error that wp-admin -> upload.php didn't copy over because it was corrupted. It also didn't copy over any of the other webapps, quitting at wordpress. I started checking to see what individual wordpress files didn't copy and it looked like the only files I was missing were 4 or 5 that came alphabetically after upload.php. So I copied those over, and then copied upload.php from my unused webapps that I had saved as a back up.

I went back and copied the rest of the webapps without incident.

So then I went to localhost on the new machine. The two webapps, wordpress and joomla, that I had installed on the old machine get "file not found" whether I use the default name or my domain names. Everything else seems to be fine. So I missed something here, not sure what, but I'm guessing it has to do with the fact that those two had been installed. I have not changed IP's or tried to make the new machine live on the net. What do you suggest? Thx.
39  DeveloperSide.NET / Web.Developer Server Suite Community Edition,
Public Support Forum
/ Re: Move to New Server
on: August 22, 2007, 05:53:35 PM
Thx. Option 1 it is. Keep your fingers crossed. ;-)
40  DeveloperSide.NET / Web.Developer Server Suite Community Edition,
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/ Move to New Server
on: August 22, 2007, 05:19:33 PM
Sigh...
I have to move my site to a new machine. Since there isn't that much content yet, I just downloaded the WD suite to the new machine, thinking I could just copy/replicate some of the changes I've made to apache and wordpress, but then I thought maybe that's what phpmyadmin is for, and I should be doing something more or different. Any thoughts? Thx.
41  DeveloperSide.NET / Anything else goes here / Re: Configuration on: June 08, 2007, 08:12:00 PM
OOOhhhhhhh. I get it. Thx.
42  DeveloperSide.NET / Anything else goes here / Re: Configuration on: June 08, 2007, 08:03:27 PM
Ok, just so I am absolutely clear: Am I adding them to the code in the vh block, or am I just moving the content to the folders for the domains I already have listed in the vh block? I think you meant the latter, but like I said, I wanted to be absolutely clear. Thx.
43  DeveloperSide.NET / Web.Developer Server Suite Community Edition,
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/ Re: New Installer
on: June 08, 2007, 01:20:27 PM
Ok, my domains are up and running. Thank you. I've gone back to revive my old post under "configuration" in 'anything else goes here'.
44  DeveloperSide.NET / Anything else goes here / Re: Configuration on: June 08, 2007, 01:18:57 PM
Ok, now that I have my main sites going, can I just move the wiki and/or the forum as a subdirectory of the blog and it will be accessed over the net as www.mydomain.com/wiki and www.mydomain2.com/forum?  Or is that too simple? Thx.
45  DeveloperSide.NET / Web.Developer Server Suite Community Edition,
Public Support Forum
/ Re: New Installer
on: June 05, 2007, 07:17:08 PM
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Edit \www\webapps\drupal\.htaccess and comment out line...
RewriteBase /drupal

I am actually using joomla, not drupal, for this site, but I figured it didn't make any difference until I got to this point, because it says RewriteBase / without the joomla. Should I still uncomment or leave it alone?
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