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installing Powerstore 4 5 4 new server

Thread began 2/16/2019 12:37 am by donegan | Last modified 2/16/2019 11:01 pm by Ray Borduin | 17 views | 1 replies |

donegan

installing Powerstore 4 5 4 new server

Have to move my website to a new Host. I decided 1&1 is the new home.

Have been building new pages and now ready to set up the PowerStore 4.5.4

Decided since my site is old to do a clean installation of PS 4.5.4

In addition to the fact that old site just would not work with the newer version of PHP on the new server.

I have not moved my Domain completely over to 1&1 so currently using what they call "live-website.com"

Once I created a folder (powerstore) on the new server I copied over the PS files to the 1&1 server and pointed the "live-website.com" to that folder.

Next I used my browser to access the PowerStore Install files.I got as far as Step 3 and there the problem started.

I created a new Database on 1&1 and then used the information for that new DB received the attached error message that I made a picture of.

Once I get this new installation working I would also like to know which files from the old "store" I can copy over to this new installation so I do not have to start from scratch building the store.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

The latest version of PowerStore still doesn't work on php7. You will have to set it to php6 or below in order to install and run PowerStore.

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