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JimmyS
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Address /magento/install/
The requested URL /w0600/d30/s25/b02cb3c2/www/magento/index.php was not found on this server.
any ideas what the problem could be?
Thank you
Regards,
JS

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Michae1
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Hi JimmyS,

Could you please make sure that you do have index.php file in your magento directory on the server ?

 
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JimmyS
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Hi, Michael
Yes, Index.php already in folder magento (see attachment). I’ve copy folder magento (extract from magento-0.6.14100.zip) to my web folder /www. And I’ve already follow-up instruction to set 777 for folder magento.
What’s I miss something? or What’s step by step I can do?
Thank you.
Regards,
Jimmy

FYI
I used Filezilla to copy folder magento.

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till
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No mod_rewrite!

 
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Deivid
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till - 18 December 2007 11:22 AM

No mod_rewrite!

I also got this error when attempting to start the installation a minute ago. The mod rewrite in /magento/.htaccess are just as they should be. At least I think so. I have the rewrite “#RewriteBase /store/magento/” which is the proper path to my Magento files. Everything should be in order but still I get this silly error which I shouldn’t be getting in the first place.

I’m no developer but could this have something to do with the name of the MySql database? I created a database (via cPanel) named “magento1” and a user named “magento1” to which I granted All Privileges. Did I forget to do something important here? Do I need to include the password for the magento1 database somewhere?

 
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iblastoff
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I have the rewrite “#RewriteBase /store/magento/” which is the proper path to my Magento files.

that pound sign means its commented out. and mod_rewrite is not something thats just packaged within .htaccess. your hosts server has to have the mod installed. just run a simple phpinfo script to see if it is.

and although it doesnt seem like it has anything to do with your error, yes you generally do need a password to your mysql db. it shouldn’t have only given you a username.

 
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Deivid
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iblastoff - 19 December 2007 12:06 AM

I have the rewrite “#RewriteBase /store/magento/” which is the proper path to my Magento files.

that pound sign means its commented out. and mod_rewrite is not something thats just packaged within .htaccess. your hosts server has to have the mod installed. just run a simple phpinfo script to see if it is.

and although it doesnt seem like it has anything to do with your error, yes you generally do need a password to your mysql db. it shouldn’t have only given you a username.

Sure I got a password for the database. I just don’t know where to put it… In any case, I just tried a simple phpinfo script and got the following message;

Warning: phpinfo() has been disabled for security reasons in /html/store/magento/phpinfo.php on line 18

So I assume my host provider has not enabled mod_rewrite?

 
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