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  • BlueFlame
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    LOL, they dont allow food at customs....Just apples but you can email us some lol

    BTW, you havent told us whats your community about
    Last edited by BlueFlame; Thu 16 Jun '05, 10:06am.

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  • Curly27
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    Originally posted by BlueFlame
    Well I like outmeal cookies ....Depends on the length of the problem it can take the whole box lol
    LMAO!!!...are you two hinting?..I can send ya some nice Aussie chocolate bisciuts (cookies) that would melt in your mouth...trouble is I would eat them all on the flight...

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  • Curly27
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    Originally posted by Zachery
    I used to do that for a few laywers in downtown cleveland, It was 75 dollars to walk in the door
    OMG!!! LOL...my dream of being a comp tech is over...guess I will have to be satisfied with the "lady of leasure" title...

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  • BlueFlame
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    Well I like outmeal cookies ....Depends on the length of the problem it can take the whole box lol

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  • Zachery
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    Originally posted by Curly27
    I knew I was in the wrong business...
    I used to do that for a few laywers in downtown cleveland, It was 75 dollars to walk in the door

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  • Curly27
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    Originally posted by feldon23
    Fixing your computer? That's $60/hour. If it's a Compaq, I charge $120/hr.
    I knew I was in the wrong business...

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  • feldon23
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    Fixing your computer? That's $60/hour. If it's a Compaq, I charge $120/hr.

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  • Curly27
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    Now tell me I can sit back and relax and you guys are going to take over my computer...right?

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  • Curly27
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    Originally posted by Dennis Olson
    Curly, calm down man. This is minor stuff. Really. First, obtain a copy of WinSCP. (When you install it, choose the "dual window" method.) You'll be glad you did! Now here's what you do (after you've cleaned up the mess on your server):

    - Tak a nice fresh copy of the vB ZIP file. Place it in its own folder on your PC (nothing else in the folder)

    - Extact the contents to that folder. A series of subdirectories will be created.

    - Each of those subdirectories represents a directory on your server. You need to create the directories on the server, then upload the contents of each folder on your PC to its equivalent folder on the server.

    If you did it right, you'll be up and running.

    NOTE: Use ASCII transfer method for the PHP files.
    Holy Guacamoly what did ya just say??? LOL

    I just purchased the install...I am going to sit back and let vbulletin do it for me...this stuff is way over my head....

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  • Curly27
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    FELDON...I am conceding I cannot do this mate...but thank you for

    putting up with me...I honestly appreciate it everyone...*GIGANTIC HUGS*

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  • Curly27
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    Okey Dokey....
    Last edited by Curly27; Tue 5 Jul '05, 2:19pm.

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  • feldon23
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    Originally posted by Dennis Olson
    - Each of those subdirectories represents a directory on your server. You need to create the directories on the server, then upload the contents of each folder on your PC to its equivalent folder on the server.
    One step too many. Just drag-and-drop all the directories that came out of the ZIP file and all the files will be uploaded too.

    Originally posted by MarcoH64
    ftp://www.yourdomain.com or ftp://yourservername
    Originally posted by Curly27
    Clicking on those links I receive an error saying Windows cannot access this folder.Make sure you type the file name correctly or have permission to access this folder. DETAILS a connection to the server could not be established.
    Your website is not yourdomain.com. Your website is whatever you created. If your website is www.curly27.com, then that's what you should connect to.


    Originally posted by Curly27
    I just made another FTP account and it was successful but does not show who is supplying it...btw I can make up to 100 ftp accounts
    Creating FTP accounts usually creates OTHER areas of your site that OTHER people can drop files in. This is not what you want.

    To change what appears on your www.curly27.com site, you will want to connect to curly27.com and login using the username and password they gave you.

    If my domain name were www.weslayanbicycles.com, I would FTP to weslayanbicycles.com and use the login and password that I use to get into the Control Panel.

    Originally posted by Curly27
    I must ask them how much space each one can store
    Those FTP accounts share from the same space. If have a 250MB website, those FTP accounts can contain a TOTAL of 250MB.
    Last edited by feldon23; Thu 16 Jun '05, 9:23am.

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  • Dennis Olson
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    Curly, calm down man. This is minor stuff. Really. First, obtain a copy of WinSCP. (When you install it, choose the "dual window" method.) You'll be glad you did! Now here's what you do (after you've cleaned up the mess on your server):

    - Tak a nice fresh copy of the vB ZIP file. Place it in its own folder on your PC (nothing else in the folder)

    - Extact the contents to that folder. A series of subdirectories will be created.

    - Each of those subdirectories represents a directory on your server. You need to create the directories on the server, then upload the contents of each folder on your PC to its equivalent folder on the server.

    If you did it right, you'll be up and running.

    NOTE: Use ASCII transfer method for the PHP files.

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  • Curly27
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    [quote=MarcoH64]If
    Last edited by Curly27; Tue 5 Jul '05, 2:19pm.

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  • Curly27
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    I just downloaded a free 30 day trial of cuteftp

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