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Can I Install and Run PS3 From a Folder on Server?

Thread began 3/06/2010 12:28 pm by markymark44 | Last modified 3/08/2010 1:10 pm by Jimmy Wu | 614 views | 3 replies |

markymark44

Can I Install and Run PS3 From a Folder on Server?

Can I Install and Run PS3 From a Folder on Server? -

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i.edwards384429

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Hi

I see no reason why not providing you preserve the direcotry structure. If you alter that you could have serious issues.

You will also have to be careful about your links to files outside the PS3 directory, you willhave to make then relativeto the root.

Thats my thoughts --- but its something I need to do next week (once I or support solve my paypal issues) because I want to add a shop to an exisitng site

HTH

Ian

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neilo

Hi markymark,

Yes - it's straight forward. If the folder is called 'store' you would just upload the entire contents of the PowerStore300 folder to your 'store' folder, navigate to any page in that folder, and the set-up will begin.

I have just done this. The menu structure is entirely intact. Just a link from your existing pages to 'store/' will open the store front page (and therefore all store pages). You would then just need a link from the store pages back to your existing home pages.

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Jimmy Wu

Yes, you can install it in any number or level of subdirectories on your server. You shouldn't have any problem with this if your server has all the necessary installations already.

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