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Re: Upgrading from 1.4.8 to 1.4.9.3

In some aces Filezilla does not update some files due to their time-stamp or they could bet set to read-only. I have queried in the FileZilla forum as to why you are not at least prompted to overwrite files. It should never allow you to upload files without asking you IMHO. BTW - Does anyone know h...

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  • Sun Mar 20, 2011 4:19 am
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Re: Moving Website To New Domain

Hmm... I referred you to an old post: the general principles hold for any local server, but maybe Easywamp is not the good choice it was 2 years ago? ??? Like openmycart.com, I use Xampp. It's a question of what works for you: I would not assume you did anything wrong. Ok. I see a lot of props for ...

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  • Sat Mar 19, 2011 12:11 pm
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Re: Restore Database ?

nevermind I figured it. Keether - I wish you had posted exactly how you "figured it". On the phpMyAdmin main page - Click on the 'SQL' tab at the top and browse to the location of your backup file. Then select 'Go' from the tab at the bottom right corner of the screen - you may need to empty your e...

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  • Sat Mar 19, 2011 12:04 pm
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Re: Upgrading from 1.4.8 to 1.4.9.3

correct. index.php and admin/index.php to be exact You and I2Paq2 were correct. I opened up both index.phps and they had "1.4.8." in them. Any reason why selecting and dragging all the 1.4.9.3 folders (Filezilla) to my public_html folder did not overwrite the pre-existing 1.4.8 index.phps? I was ab...

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  • Thu Mar 17, 2011 11:43 am
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Upgrading from 1.4.8 to 1.4.9.3

I followed the install instructions in the 1.4.9.3 upgrade.txt file, and I loaded the /admin page in Step 9 and I see that it still says "Version 1.4.8" at the bottom. Any idea where I went wrong?

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  • Wed Mar 16, 2011 1:08 pm
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Re: Moving Website To New Domain - question about config.php

That's right, use your PC as a server - install something like XAMPP or WAMP (Windows), or MAMP(for Macs). Then you can amend/test files without the hassle of uploading them to a web host. You can also do upgrades and other tricky work, without risk to a live site. Much less scary IMHO :) Here's a ...

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  • Wed Mar 16, 2011 11:17 am
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Re: Moving Website To New Domain - question about config.php

That's right, use your PC as a server - install something like XAMPP or WAMP (Windows), or MAMP(for Macs). Then you can amend/test files without the hassle of uploading them to a web host. You can also do upgrades and other tricky work, without risk to a live site. Much less scary IMHO :) Here's a ...

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  • Mon Mar 14, 2011 11:16 am
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Re: Moving Website To New Domain - question about config.php

Thanks I2Paq and Moggins! Pardon my amazing obtuseness! It was right in front of me all along...A:1 - Backup your store files "via FTP" to your PC. All I needed to do was connect to my host and download all the public_html files to my PC using FileZilla and then upload them again minus config.php an...

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  • Sat Mar 12, 2011 1:39 pm
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Re: Open Cart Administrator Password Reset tool

Mind if I call you "JayGenius" from now on? sure, better than what people normally call me :P BTW - Any idea why my 1.4.7 never had an .htaccess.txt file? I suppose when I do successfully update to 1.4.9.3 I will have one then? It should be in the "upload" folder of your 1.4.7 download. Chances are...

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  • Sat Mar 12, 2011 11:41 am
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Re: Moving Website To New Domain - question about config.php

It sounds like you now have two databases - you could check this in phpmyadmin - the database that was created on the new server when you installed OpenCart there, and the one you imported from the backup from your old server. You need to change something in one of those config files to point to th...

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  • Wed Mar 09, 2011 11:51 am
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Re: Moving Website To New Domain - question about config.php

It sounds like you now have two databases - you could check this in phpmyadmin - the database that was created on the new server when you installed OpenCart there, and the one you imported from the backup from your old server. You need to change something in one of those config files to point to th...

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  • Wed Mar 09, 2011 8:52 am
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Re: Open Cart Administrator Password Reset tool

Must have been sleep deprived...makes sense that my store directory is my /home/'store directory' folder. Worked like a charm! Mind if I call you "JayGenius" from now on? BTW - Any idea why my 1.4.7 never had an .htaccess.txt file? I suppose when I do successfully update to 1.4.9.3 I will have one t...

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  • Tue Mar 01, 2011 1:11 pm
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Re: how can I recover admin password?

use MySQL Query Browser (if you have it) and exacute this query UPDATE user SET password=md5('password') WHERE user_id = 1; that would change it to the word password ;D but yes would be nice to have a forgotten password in admin login O0 I Owe you one, Thanks a Ton Man, I was in a panic mode, you s...

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  • Mon Feb 28, 2011 1:33 pm
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Re: Can't log into admin


I did...also replied to that topic with questions. Thanks.

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  • Mon Feb 28, 2011 11:48 am
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Re: Open Cart Administrator Password Reset tool

Hi Jay, Pardon another dunce from across the Pond, but this noob really needs some special handling: I downloaded ocreset.php per your instructions. "...save it to a file called ocreset.php in your store's directory (The same one as the .htaccess/.htaccess.txt file)". Where exactly is my store's dir...

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  • Mon Feb 28, 2011 11:25 am
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Re: how can I recover admin password?

readyman wrote:Here are the steps required

Step One: Login to phpmyadmin
Step Two: Choose the user table
Step Three: Edit the admin user
Step Four: Enter new details in user record

Full tutorial here: http://alreadymade.com/web/archives/157

Link above does not work. Can you provide an update?

Thanks! 8)

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  • Mon Feb 28, 2011 10:14 am
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Re: Can't log into admin

I recently attempted to upgrade from OC 1.4.8 to 1.4.9.3 and had just dragged the files into the public_html folder using Smart FTP Client. The yootube video I was following abrubtly ended and thinking I was done. I tried to login to my /admin and can't anymore. I attempted to follow your instructio...

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  • Mon Feb 28, 2011 10:02 am
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