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  1. #1
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    How replicate webserver on local machine

    I have been given assignment to take over a site that is running Plesk 8.0. I am not familiar with Plesk and only have used cPanel in the past. I was able to get access to the FTP and I downloaded a copy of the whole site to my laptop.

    I am running a virtual server called Uniform Server. I tried to put the site to see if it would run, but I encountered a MySQL error for the .php files.

    What do I need to do to run the site on my local machine. Unfortunately, I don't have XP Pro, only XP Home, so I've been using a virtual server.

    Finally, I cannot figure this out in Plesk. How do I know what Apps are already installed. I cannot find it and I don't know what the old guy who got fired installed here. All I know is that there is a CMS which looks like Mambo and some sort of shopping cart running.

    Thanks for any help in advance.
    Rob

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    Sorry there is a part that I dont get.

    Are you saying that you downloaded ALL required files (including the databases SQL dump files ) ?

    What is the error code or message and is it from MySQL, Php or from Apache ?
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  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by valentin_nils
    Sorry there is a part that I dont get.

    Are you saying that you downloaded ALL required files (including the databases SQL dump files ) ?

    What is the error code or message and is it from MySQL, Php or from Apache ?
    When I put a path to my localhost to the index.php file, I get this:

    Warning: mysql_pconnect() [function.mysql-pconnect]: Access denied for user 'prod'@'localhost' (using password: YES) in W:\www\fe\httpdocs\ohe\common.php on line 18

    internal error 1045:Access denied for user 'prod'@'localhost' (using password: YES)



    Thanks!
    Rob

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