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Cloning GS sites to new domains
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grassfrog Wrote:Yes, I copied the entire site from a working instance including the .htaccess file, and then CHOWN'd and CHMOD'd as required. Installing via FTP takes way too long and is prone to errors but SSH works like a charm, except for this little hiccup. Any ideas?

I never user FTP to setup GS. I prefer to wget/unzip/mv or svn export. I don't chmod, just chown to www-data:www-data -R the root and never had a problem. Tested today with actual 3.1 on debian squeeze
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Cloning GS sites to new domains - by grassfrog - 2012-03-24, 12:54:11
RE: Cloning GS sites to new domains - by dblewett - 2013-04-11, 08:41:06
RE: Cloning GS sites to new domains - by shawn_a - 2013-04-11, 10:21:42
RE: Cloning GS sites to new domains - by shawn_a - 2013-04-11, 11:38:18
RE: Cloning GS sites to new domains - by shawn_a - 2013-04-11, 11:55:11
RE: Cloning GS sites to new domains - by shawn_a - 2013-04-11, 12:01:40
Cloning GS sites to new domains - by ccagle8 - 2012-03-24, 22:23:29
Cloning GS sites to new domains - by grassfrog - 2012-03-24, 23:12:30
Cloning GS sites to new domains - by marrco - 2012-03-24, 23:57:15
RE: Cloning GS sites to new domains - by hoemaco - 2019-09-03, 23:37:35
Cloning GS sites to new domains - by Mark Nielsen - 2012-03-25, 01:03:35
Cloning GS sites to new domains - by shawn_a - 2012-03-25, 01:25:43
Cloning GS sites to new domains - by grassfrog - 2012-03-25, 10:58:25
Cloning GS sites to new domains - by grassfrog - 2012-03-25, 12:17:03
Cloning GS sites to new domains - by Carlos - 2012-03-25, 17:03:20
Cloning GS sites to new domains - by grassfrog - 2012-03-26, 03:36:49
RE: Cloning GS sites to new domains - by jorre - 2013-03-21, 22:30:27



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