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    I am trying to upload vbulletin on to my server but whenever I try to upload the forums almost all the files and folders end up like this:
    [02:02:37] Remote file exist check: "editpost.php".
    [02:02:37] SIZE editpost.php
    [02:02:37] MDTM editpost.php
    [02:02:37] 550 editpost.php: No such file or directory
    [02:02:37] Obtaining file information (size/date) from directory listing.
    [02:02:37] TYPE A
    [02:02:37] 550 editpost.php: No such file or directory
    [02:02:37] File "editpost.php" not found in directory listing.

    dont know if these would mean anything to you guys.
    I tried to get help from them but they said the problem is either a sever issue or a problem with your FTP client and to contact you guys. Any additional information you would need please reply with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theoz1 View Post
    I am trying to upload vbulletin on to my server but whenever I try to upload the forums almost all the files and folders end up like this:
    [02:02:37] Remote file exist check: "editpost.php".
    [02:02:37] SIZE editpost.php
    [02:02:37] MDTM editpost.php
    [02:02:37] 550 editpost.php: No such file or directory
    [02:02:37] Obtaining file information (size/date) from directory listing.
    [02:02:37] TYPE A
    [02:02:37] 550 editpost.php: No such file or directory
    [02:02:37] File "editpost.php" not found in directory listing.

    dont know if these would mean anything to you guys.
    I tried to get help from them but they said the problem is either a sever issue or a problem with your FTP client and to contact you guys. Any additional information you would need please reply with it.
    Unless you have a Cpanel license [and one that is directly licensed through Cpanel], it isn't Cpanel's responsibility to assist in these matters.

    I don't know who your webhost is, but call them up and tell them to provide you with support - or find another webhost who will.

    Mike

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