When you get to the install process, it will tell you all the default problems with Network Solutions configuration:
Network Solutions makes it harder to modify these because it does not recognize a custom php.ini.
This will show you where you need to go to make the changes.
Navigate up to the ROOT folder then go to the /cgi-bin/ folder
The sneaky part is getting to the hidden folder. To do so, manually type in ".php" in the "Enter Directory" box.
Add the text below to top of file:
safe_mode = off display_errors = off file_uploads = on register_globals = off session.save_path = "/tmp" magic_quotes_gpc = off magic_quotes_runtime = off magic_quotes_sybase = off
Find and change the values below:
memory_limit = 32M upload_max_filesize = 25M post_max_size = 25M output_buffering = off
It should show everything fixed except the Native Zip Support which Network Solutions will not enable for shared hosting.
Create a new database. Use that information in the Joomla installation.
NOTE: use "localhost" for the host though.
- Network Solutions may give you an error when you hit the "REMOVE INSTALLATION FOLDER." If so, delete manually through FTP.
- If you get this far, go to see your website and still just see their under construction page, then go to FTP and delete home.htm.
Sometimes the installation process will not make the saves to the configuration.php (I have only ever had this happen on Network Solutions. If so, make these changes to the configuration.php and re-upload via FTP. If it fails to upload, you make need to check the file permissions. (you will want to set back to 444 when done with changes). Also, you may need to change the "localhost" for the $host value to the one listed in the NetSol Database manager.
public $dbtype = 'mysqli';
public $host = 'mysqlv104';
public $user = 'myuser';
public $password = 'mypassword';
public $db = 'mydbname';
public $dbprefix = 'rbxp_';
EDIT: Make sure you uncomment the following lines in the .htaccess