Getting closer on Server issue
Dr. Mikeal Hughes
macmikeal at me.com
Tue Jan 24 02:09:58 UTC 2017
Oh I understand that. This server has three sites on it. That is why I need to copy the directories and files from /www out to the new server. I need to copy site available and sites enabled from the the Apache2 directory over. When I copy the /www files and directories over that should get my Wordpress files with three years worth of content over and I think the MySQL database should come as well. Now Question, well I can't see the getting to root info because this bloody typing screen has it covered. But when and how I get to that once I do that will that allow me to copy these files over into the new server install?
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> On Jan 23, 2017, at 19:58, Karl Auer <kauer at biplane.com.au> wrote:
>> On Mon, 2017-01-23 at 16:23 -0600, Dr. Mikeal Hughes wrote:
>> Ok I figured out my user name and password was able to log into my
>> server finally. Put my live cd in rebooted. Saw both hard Drives
>> fine. So I highlighted and tried to drag my /etc directory to the
>> new server hoping to replace the /etc there. Then was going to do the
>> /var to get all my files there the public/www/mikealrhughes.com <http
>> ://mikealrhughes.com/>. But I get a message can’t do it I don’t have
>> permission. The $64,000 question. How do I get permission within my
>> live CD to be able to get the coping accomplished. Or is there a way
>> with both drives hooked to the computer I could do some type of copy
>> from the backup drive over to the server drive? getting my apache2
>> config files, wordpress files, virtual host files over so the Server
>> and Webpage will come up again?
> Because you are working with system files, you need to have root
> privileges to move or overwrite them. Use sudo on the command line when
> booted off the LiveCD, or (and use this suggestion with EXTREME care)
> start a root-capable file manager by running the command "gksudo
> nautilus" in a terminal window.
> BE WARNED: Just overwriting /etc, /var and so on is very likely to
> break the installation on the new server. Be selective.
> Regards, K.
> Karl Auer (kauer at biplane.com.au)
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