Dreamhost has a One-Click installation facility including Joomla!. It has Joomla! 1.5.1 upgrading already. But the 1.5.2 released last week. The problem I met is the One-Click upgrade does not work. I tried many times on different domain/site. Yesterday, I manually upgraded it. It is very easy and simple. Just download the upgrade pack and
Dreamhost announced A Fistful Of One-Click Upgrades The following software can be upgraded through OneClick facility. * ZenCart 1.3.8 * Pligg 9.9.0 * Moodle 1.9 * Joomla 1.5.1 * MediaWiki 1.12.0 Dreamhost also said, WordPress 2.5 is testing and will be available later.
From now, Dreamhost start to provide ZenPhoto in its easy One-Click! installation. Based on the official letter from dreamhost, zenphoto is more better than Gallary. I may try it later this week. See how good it is. I also know it has a wordpress plugin. That means it can be integrated with wordpress.
Dreamhost has a one-click install function. It is easy to install a new program. Now I will go through the Joomla! 1.5 installation. In the Web Panel of Dreamhost, choose googies > One-Click Install Choose the Joomla! 1.5 and site/directory to be installed, and also give the name of database. Later, I receive an email
I have some site on the Dreamhost. To monitor the traffic and performance, I have Awstats on site and runing many cron jobs every day. I have the experience of how to install AwStats on the Ubuntu server. The cron job is runing well on the Dreamhost server. The problem is I will receive tons
I am noticed that one strange folder name on my hosting. MM_CASETEST4291 It is an empty folder. After some search, I found it is a temporary folder which is used to test server connection and writing permission. MM_CASETEST4291 is created by Dreamweaver. It is designed to create a folder, then delete it. So I remove
Dreamhost’s Newsletter mentioned that the One-Click feature is improved. WordPress One-Click is easier. I do not try the brand new easy install. I just use it upgrade feature. It is very fast and easy. Just click the Upgrade to 2.3.3. The plugins are still OK. No other operation needed. Use Saving code G2SAVING when sign
I have tested the upgrade on the MT unofficial blog. It is smooth. Now I recorded the detailed upgrade procedures of David Yin’s Blog. Backup 1) Login the MovableType system, Backup all blogs of this system, by tab system > tools > backup 2) Use Export feature of the system, by tab system > tools
Now I will go through all steps to upgrade phpBB 2.0.22 to phpBB 3. I use Dreamhost to host my phpBB forum. The forum I upgrade in this sample is http://forum.g2soft.net To upgarde a phpBB 2 forum to phpBB3, I have to install a brand new phpBB 3 forum first, then convert the old phpBB