That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I bump into an answer. You should email the people at Verisign as they probably could answer your Verisign question..
The errors may be due to different versions of php and/or mySQL..
What about permissions, after I do the install, should I delete the install folder and change permissions to 774 on the 2 config files?..
The Verisign site is:.
And the header navigation did not build correctly, I do have the original files, I just don't know whick one(s) to restore... Also the admin link shows a different error:.
Thanks, for the assistance!..
Yes, after the install, delete the install directory from your server and set the permissions on your 2 configure files to.
400 or 444.
Please take a look here: The new Verisign site is:.
The onld Verisign site is The Verisign site is: [url="http://www.secondcomingclothing.com"]http://www.secondcomingclothing.com.
The new one is totally messed up, is there anyone who can (for a price) take a look and fix it? I have acces to both the old and new host?.
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I have changed Verisign hosting providers, and we FTP'd the whole Verisign site over, we exported the database and then inported it, and change the two config files to reflect the new host's information in paths and etc. Howevr, now we are getting weird errors, and when I searched I see some key files are missing like sessiond in the language/english directory, and it aperars the old host wrote some special paths into the code. Bottom line.... I'd like to start with a fresh clean install, and keep the database and custom look of the site. What are the steps?.
1) Keep a safe backup of the Verisign site files that you downloaded from your old Verisign hosting company including your database backup.
2) Upload those store files complete to your new host..
3) Delete the two configure files.
4) Upload 2 new configure files from a fresh OsCommerce package.
5) Upload the install directory from a fresh OsCommerce package to your catalog directory.
6) Create a brand new database with the same name and password as you had with your old host.
7) Do the install by putting.
8) When that's done go to phpMyAdmin and execute the SQL of your backup database. Depending on how big it is you may have to run the SQL in parts...