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  • Jobe1986
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    Originally posted by Sysop9001 View Post
    any server (if local best) as long as it is not accessible to the public by protecting the access with password, ergo, using .htaccess for example
    Originally posted by Sysop9001 View Post
    Wow, 3 replies at the same time heh
    Originally posted by Sysop9001 View Post

    This may seem like an odd idea, but have you ever thought of using edit instead of triple posting?

    Now back on topic, I've had my single testvb install all over the place on my domains, but only ever 1 at a time, my fav place so far has been on my test.<domain> sub domain (still in a testvb subdir of that like test.domain/testvb) At the moment though it's on the same domain as my public forum.

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  • Blackbook
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    Just download 'wamp' and use the 'www' folder in its install as your FTP. Away you go. PHPMyAdmin included too for your convenience.

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  • Brandon_R
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    A quick google returned me this - http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=39482

    However it was posted in 2002 so i think you may need to download a later version of PHP, MYSQL and APACHE but the procedure should be the same

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  • Sysop9001
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    There's a guide
    http://www.vbulletin.com/docs/html/

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  • Sysop9001
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    Wow, 3 replies at the same time heh

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  • Sysop9001
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    any server (if local best) as long as it is not accessible to the public by protecting the access with password, ergo, using .htaccess for example

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  • matthewhotdude
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    You got a link to the guide?

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  • Brandon_R
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    Yes, you can install it on localhost if you like. There is a guide on it here.

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  • Shamil.
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    Originally posted by matthewhotdude View Post
    So can it be on a different server on a different domain name, it will be a home server with no public access
    yep.

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  • matthewhotdude
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    So can it be on a different server on a different domain name, it will be a home server with no public access

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  • matthewhotdude
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    Ahh Thank you

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  • Shamil.
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    Originally posted by matthewhotdude View Post
    just didnt know where else to ask

    I have vbulletin on my website. But would it also be allowed to install in on my home server just for personal testing of features and trouble shooting?
    Yes you may, as long as it's not accessible by the public. If so, then you'll need to set it up in accordance with the licensing. Search the forum for further information.

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  • Sysop9001
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    Yes, you are able to install a second vB board for tests, put it in a directory called /testvb and protect it by password to be inaccesible to public.

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  • matthewhotdude
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    Not so much pre - sale

    just didnt know where else to ask

    I have vbulletin on my website. But would it also be allowed to install in on my home server just for personal testing of features and trouble shooting?
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