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  • Wow, it worked! I'm buy full version! 1 problem though in the URL

    Hi, i got it working! Looks like I'm buying the full version. Just one problem though, I install it but it came out at domain.ex/vblite/upload/index.php i'd rather it was domain.ex/vblite/index.php [b]without the [u]/upload[/u][/b]. This didn't happen when I was mucking arround with a free host, I have a domain and paid host now, and this is happening. Do I delete that folder and make all the files appear when you click on the folder vblite (on my computer)

    I need to sort this because i want the full version to be accesable from[b] [url]www.domain.ex/forums/index.php[/url] [u]NOT[/u] [url]www.domain.ex/forums/upload/index.php[/url][/b]

    Any ideas?
    - Thanks! -
    Last edited by Beramode; Sat 4th May '02, 7:20am.

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    When unzipped vBulletin automatically installs into the 'upload' directory. This is a safety precaution so you don't inadvertantly overwrite your existing forums. The answer to this is to simply upload the files into whatever directory tree you want. If you are unzipping the files on the server itself (which is what I do) then just copy the files over to the appropriate directories after unzipping.
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    • #3
      No problem :) Just unzip the forum in the root directory and rename the "upload" directory to "forums" :)

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