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So I'm migrating manually - but having some issues - what would be the right way to do this?

I created the new site on PPA and installed Joomla

Full backup from cPanel

Then I imported the database

Copied the files into the httpsdoc/joomla folder

edited the configuration.php

Still - the site does not display properly and I can't login to the Joomla control panel ?

Did I overwrite something I shouldn't have?
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Question by:Alexmou
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by:gheist
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check apache error logs.
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Check the files/folders permissions and try uploading again all your website's files via ftp (filezilla).
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by:Alexmou
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It was permissions and a mix of other errors - apperently in some certain envirements files should be zipped before moved - some migration/transfer tools skip files in certain folders.
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