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I'm VERY confused with this. I want to install this forum on my website and my webhosting provider is BlueHost. I don't know what my database server name is or how I get these files from localhost:8080 to my website. Please Please help... ::begging::

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Merlingoth wrote:I'm VERY confused with this. I want to install this forum on my website and my webhosting provider is BlueHost. I don't know what my database server name is or how I get these files from localhost:8080 to my website. Please Please help... ::begging::

Thanks Merlingoth



You will need to read the FAQ or documentation provided by your ISP on how their systems are set up. Not all ISPs provide Java hosting (I have no idea about what BlueHost does). You will also need to know what database application they are using also (i.e. MySQL, etc.) and use their instructions for accessing and creating your databases.
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