How to transfer Joomla 1.5 from one host to another? First you should know that your Joomla 1.5 consists of two components: Joomla files and Joomla database.
The files and folders of your Joomla application contain the scripts and core application code.The Joomla database contains all records for your website such as your site sections, categories, articles, etc. Let’s assume that you are running your own *LAMP or *WAMP webserver or you have a hosting account with another company. You should know the root directory where your Joomla installation resides. It is often called httpdocs, public_html or www.
Those are the so-called web server root directories. The first thing you have to do when you want to transfer your Joomla applications to your SiteGround server, is to copy the entire content of your web server root directory straight into the public_html folder of your SiteGround hosting account. How to migrate my local Joomla installation to the Joomla installation on my hosting account. First you should know that your Joomla application (portal) consists of two components: Joomla files and Joomla database.
The files and folders of your Joomla application contain the scripts and core application code.The Joomla database contains all records for your website such as your site sections, categories, articles, etc. Let’s assume that you are running your own *LAMP or *WAMP webserver or you have a web hosting account with another company. You should know the root directory where your Joomla installation resides. It is often called httpdocs, public_html or www. Those are the so-called web server root directories. Migrating from Joomla Windows to Linux. View topic - Migrating Joomla websites from Windows to Ubuntu? Hey Wintersun,I did that very same transfer a few months back with my website when I decided running my server under Linux was a better option than Windows.
I too opted for Ubuntu as the distro of Linux.The one thing I will say is if you're running your server for more than just testing and local use, I would seriously consider installing Apache, MySQL, & PHP using the Synaptic Package Manager instead of using XAMPP. Oddly enough, it is much easier to install this way and far easier to keep your server up-to-date since it will tell you when updates are available and can update each component seperately.
Probably the greatest bonus in my opinion is the tool named Rapache, which gives you a GUI interface to manage your Apache server with. I've written some detailed tutorials you should give a glance at: Let me know if there's anything else I can help you with. After migration from Windows to Linux, index.php not opened. Install Joomla on Ubuntu. Joomla runs optimally in Apache, MySQL and PHP (LAMPP configuration), the same configuration used by WordPress.
Joomla web development starts in the local host environment. The purpose of this tutorial is to cover the details of installing Joomla in the Linux Ubuntu operating system using XAMPP local web server. Since Linux file system permissions are a bit strict compared to Windows, installing a fully running Joomla website in the local web server is not straightforward. It requires you to run administrative terminal commands that relate to file permissions and file transfer protocol (FTP in the local host environment). There are, however, a lot of advantages of setting up a Joomla website in Linux environment, most web hosting servers using Apache are running under Linux and if you have a fully running website developed in Linux local host environment, it will be compatible also with a Linux based web server.
Joomla Template Builder. 1.5 Template Tutorial. Beginners. Help.joomla.org/files/VisualGuide15.pdf. How to Install Joomla 1.5. Installing Joomla on Windows - IIS. Installing Joomla on Windows (2000/XP/2003) - IIS Note; taken from by Phill Hardstaff A first attempt at a definitive guide to installing joomla on Windows, any comments appreciated. There is a real mix of info about installing on Windows out there, but nothing that goes from start to finish (well that I know of anyway) Once I get this right any ideas on where to post it ? I notice there is no separate forum here for Windows users, that might be a place to start ? Phill Installing joomla Server on Windows 2000, XP and Windows Server 2003 This has been tested on Windows 2000 and XP, should work fine on Windows 2003 Server. Install IIS Make sure you have IIS running, Settings Control panel – add or Remove software - Add or remove Windows Components - Internet Information Services (this is called something different under Windows 2003 server ?)
Install PHP Once you have a web server running and you can browse then it’s time to install PHP. Test PHP and change it to error_reporting = E_ERROR. Joomla and Drupal - Which One is Right for You? Version 1 - Alledia. Installing Joomla on a Lamp Server. Installing Joomla with XAMPP locally.