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  • I know what you are struggling with - I've been there a lot of times smiley
    So here another hint: in your ftp client, always connect to a IP, not to a domain name.

    Are you sure, you're looking at the correct server for permissions? Create a file like "info.html" in the htdocs root folder of both. Write something usefull into them, like "Old" or "New" smiley

    I guess the first thing to do is to sort out which server is which. Then: copy all of its contents to the new server, including database. Edit all config files with new path and db connections, that should be it.

    By the way - I didnt expect it to be evo smiley
    • Hi all, Hi Gallenkamp

      Thanks a lot for your help and patience with me.

      The problem is solved, the hosting company did not allow to set permissions with filezilla, i had to do it on the hosting control center which they had to open for me.

      Now all is finally running smoothly...

      Markus

      Quote from: gallenkamp at Dec 27, 2012, 12:07 PM
      I know what you are struggling with - I've been there a lot of times smiley
      So here another hint: in your ftp client, always connect to a IP, not to a domain name.

      Are you sure, you're looking at the correct server for permissions? Create a file like "info.html" in the htdocs root folder of both. Write something usefull into them, like "Old" or "New" smiley

      I guess the first thing to do is to sort out which server is which. Then: copy all of its contents to the new server, including database. Edit all config files with new path and db connections, that should be it.

      By the way - I didnt expect it to be evo smiley