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Can I Use Backupbuddy On Local Development Wamp Server? Serverbuddy Resultsserverbuddy backupbuddy wamp server
Posted 03 February 2012 - 03:16 PM
I'm new to Wordpress and local development servers. I'm developing a WordPress site pro bono for a non-profit locally using WAMP Server on my Windows XP Pro computer. Backupbuddy looks fantastic as a way to move it to Dreamhost to show it to my client.
Dreamhost shows up as ok on serverbuddy. My development server shows warnings for zip methods - I have ziparchive,pclzip - and for Operating System - I have WINNT.
The file permissions for my local wordpress install are all set to 777, rather than 755. What does that mean? How do I change them?
Finally, if and when I have a backup, do I need a fresh install of wordpress in a subdirectory on Dreamhost or do I just set up another database?
Sorry about all the newbie questions, but I want to be sure I'll be able tio use backupbuddy before plunking down cash for a pro-bono project
Posted 03 February 2012 - 06:42 PM
please don't cross post or doublepost, assume this is the same as this post: http://ithemes.com/forum/topic/23337-can-i-use-backupbuddy-on-local-development-wamp-server-serverbuddy-results/
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