How to transfer Joomla 1.5 from one host to another?
How to migrate my local Joomla installation to the Joomla installation on my hosting account
Migrating from Joomla Windows to Linux
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. View topic - Migrating Joomla websites from Windows to Ubuntu?
After migration from Windows to Linux, index.php not opened. Hello I did upload by FTP the complete tested Joomla 1.5.7 site from Windows XP SP3 to Linux (Debian).
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.
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