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Old 14th May 2007, 03:58
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Default Problems setting up website with Joomla and ISPconfig

Hi....
I followed the how to on setting up a website with joomla and ispconfig
http://www.howtoforge.com/joomla_ispconfig
after ' Step 6 Upload Joomla to your webserver:'
I get lost in translation so to speak could someone please help
and please don't speak to fast
I tried to combine the how to with the ubuntu swik but I had no success....
http://doc.gwos.org/index.php/ServerGuide#CMS

thanks in advance....
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Old 14th May 2007, 10:03
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Hi,

At Step 6 – "Upload Joomla to your webserver:"

You must simply upload your joomla site from your local desktop to your webspace by using the administrator FTP account for that website,
which you've defined already at step 2. You can do this with any FTP-client or Windows XP.
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Old 14th May 2007, 22:45
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thanks for reacting....
I manually uploaded the folder Joomla_1.0.12-Stable-Full_Package_dutch.zip_FILES to /var/www/mywebsite.org

pointed the webbrowser mywebsite.org but I could not connect to it because it cannot be found....
I run debian etch are there more steps that I must take?
Where can I read more about ISPconfig or maybe another howto about Joomla on debian etch

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Old 14th May 2007, 23:12
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I manually uploaded the folder Joomla_1.0.12-Stable-Full_Package_dutch.zip_FILES to /var/www/mywebsite.org
First:
You have to upload the CONTENT of your Joomla folder on your local desktop to your webspace /var/www/webX/web NOT/var/www/webX.

Then:
Within your browser point to http://www.yourwebsite.tld/ where you should see the Joomla installation screen.
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I get this error when I point my browser to the website

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An error occurred while loading http://mywebsite.tld/:
Unknown host mywebsite.tld
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http://mywebsite.tld/ is just an example of course.

What is the real URL of your Joomla site?
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