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Help..newb :( plzz plz

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by rajeevv67, May 31, 2010.

  1. rajeevv67

    rajeevv67 Registered

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    Hi,

    I need help. A total total noob here :p.
    I planned to make my website using DRUPAL CMS.

    step I took :-
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    -I bought a domain on justhost.com
    -installed DRUPAL using cpanel (soho launch builder)
    -It worked :)
    -I uninstalled it (to try out again)
    -next day, i installed FTP client WINSCP
    -I saw this folder stuff( see screenshot)
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    -I double clicked on HOME/MYDOMAIN/ ( all files I saw on drupal)
    - I thought there are few files not removed during uninstallation and press the delete button.some files got deleted
    - Again tried to install DRUPAL its not working now.
    - Cpanel is active , but none of CMS modules are getting installed

    I guess I deleted some config file etc....plz let me know what to do next

    THZZ :)
     
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    thz..for the quick reply...i have contacted them... hope they restore everything like day 1...i got it yesterday :P
     
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    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    You should never login as root via FTP unless you are quite sure what you're doing, and even then, you really just shouldn't, IMHO, of course.

    You should be logged in as the user who owns the account in which you'd like to install your website, not root user. root user is for server administration.

    You'll need to contact your host for assistance with this one I would think.


    GL
     
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