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from 7.00.05 to now
URL to your site: http://www.homero...p/news.php
Version of PHP-Fusion you are upgrading from: 7.00.05_____
Version of PHP-Fusion you are upgrading to: current_____
Any mods you've made to your site: no, just added infusions
Version of PHP: can be found out from your host
Version of MySQL: can be found out from your host
Have you searched for your problem: (yes/no) yes and had a link before
If so, what terms did you try:
State the nature of your problem: Copy and paste any errors you are receiving.
Do you have a test account for us?

I am looking for the link I found here last year. The link gave me a list and download files to upgrade from my 7.00.05 to current version.

I am having trouble with new panels and I am guessing that it will be solved in the newer versions.

I know I need to do them one at a time but I can't find the darn things again. Yes I had it bookmarked but...

gone but not forgotten.

thanks in advance,

This one ?
Thank you, I found the link.

I am trying to back up and I keep getting this message

>>>Error 500 - Internal server error

An internal server error has occured!
Please try again later.<<<

what do I do now?


Merged on Mar 22 2012 at 14:18:15:
can I just copy the entire site off the 1 and 1 server?


Merged on Mar 22 2012 at 17:09:31:
OK, I did it. really, really well??

the 1st one went great, the second and I had doggie pee pee yellow and a horrid green with very strange shapes!

oh well.

I am installing the back up I made and with some luck I will get something someform of a site back.

I will most likely beg or forget more upgrades for now.

I was very careful and had the printed instructions next to my computer, checked off items yadda, yadda.

Me thinks what happened is that going from 7.00.07 to 7.01 I missed where some files went.
Perhaps I was not clear if I replaced the folders or files within in a place or two.

will never know at this point. guess the instructions for the larger installs could be expanded a bit for those of us who need more clarity.

this is not a negative to anyone especially Harly whose instructions were great the first trip around.


Edited by ginny on 23-03-2012 00:09
Just make a full backup from your hoster control panel, or save whole DB through PMA + save all your files.
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