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Messages - kstratton

Support Requests / Re: FTP Access
May 11, 2006, 03:35:32 AM
Actually...shouldn't database names be unique for each user?  Don't really know a lot about it, but I'd think that'd be the case...
Support Requests / Re: FTP Access
May 10, 2006, 11:56:57 PM
Thanks!  Didn't know IE let you do that.

and crap, cause I've got tons of files that all have that db name stored in them ^^;; 
Now if only I could VIEW the files that I'm uploading T.T
I bought a domain:

I still can't view the files on my site still shows the directory tree, and won't let me access things that I know are there.  Any help would be really appreciated.
I'm having a similar problem...  is my home directory.  It brings up the site index.  Clicking on httpdocs brings up another folder, phpMyAdmin-  if you try clicking on that to view the files it contains I get a 404 error.  Permissions are set correctly, I verified them by hand.
Support Requests / Re: FTP Access
May 10, 2006, 07:29:44 PM
Disregard the FTP thing, I'll just use a program for now (other than IE).  If someone could figure out how to fix my database though, I'd appreciate it ^^;
Support Requests / FTP Access
May 10, 2006, 05:06:13 PM
I use IE to FTP usually.  I haven't registered my own domain name, and was just using my default one (  Do I need to go somewhere to set up a username or password to FTP?  When I try to access or I get a error message saying annonymous logins are not allowed, but it won't pop up the usual username/password dialog box.

I tried to create a database on my account and used the same characters for the username and password, which caused an error.  I tried to change the password, but it tells me that my database name is already in use.  If I view my databases however, it is not listed.