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TheBurek
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First, i wish to thank everyone on they support in this forum.. it help me a lot..

ok, so… i have some weird problem.. i downloaded lastest version of magento (full package) and uploaded to my server, but I can’t do anything with it… my hosting is running on Parallel Plesk panel 9.0 and I checked with my hosting provider about requirments , and they answered me that they have all ext. on the server to run magento…

you can see all the problem here… http://www.rajskidom.hr/magento ... First problem is when i want to access that adress browser automatic add https:// prefix on the begining.. weird, i dont know why… when i remove that, and write http only then i have some weird page about install but i cant do nothing with it… please use link above to see problem live.. thank you in advance..

P.S -sorry on my bad english…
P.S - i also added attachments with print screen of problems....

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Can you confirm that your .htaccess file is available and working? Have you ever move the files from one directory to another?

 
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i never moved directory..few time i just deleted it all, and upload it again, always as “magento” folder… i don’t know how to check if is .htaccess file working… i see it in magento folder and other scripts like phpinfo() are working in that directory… i didn’t modified it at all....

 
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Are you able to post the content of the .htaccess here? It needs to be at least 4kb+ as sometimes it was not uploaded or copied over.

 
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it’s little over 4kb.. i will post it here....

EDIT : i needed to rename it, because system didn’t allowed me to upload....

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The .htaccess file looks fine. However, it looks like you are having a self-signed certificate. I advise you to remove this before proceeding.

 
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is your hosting suitable for Magento?

 
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JLHC - 18 May 2009 02:13 AM

The .htaccess file looks fine. However, it looks like you are having a self-signed certificate. I advise you to remove this before proceeding.

sorry on the stupid question, but how?

 
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yendrek3 - 18 May 2009 02:16 AM

is your hosting suitable for Magento?

i talked with my hosting provider, and they told me that they are suitable for magento application..and i also use magento check tool with success..

 
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Well you may want to contact your hosting provider for them to assist you in removing this as I am not very familiar with Plesk.

 
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