This is the obligatory test post to see if I have correctly installed Movable Type 3.2 on the new currybetdotnet server.
It seems to have gone relatively smoothly, the only problems I had were in second-guessing how mySQL was set-up, and then mistyping some paths in my config file.
Next step was to migrate the content in - which didn't look like it was going to be as easy as I hoped, but it turned out it was. My biggest problem now is that I can't convince Movable Type to write files with the correct permissions on them to allow this server set-up to display files ending in .php. I could just ditch the .php file extension, as it works fine generating other file endings - however that will break all the permalinks, which I'd rather not do for the second time.
I've also uploaded the static content, so all of the currybetdotnet articles are available again:
- The Software Used To Access The BBC Homepage
- Putting A F__k Off Dalek on the BBC Homepage Isn't Big or Clever
- Fine Tuning Your Enterprise Search
- How Search Can Help You Understand Your Audience
- A Day In The Life Of BBCi Search
There are also about 60-odd entries from the static archive that I restored from the last time I shifted servers. I must say I'm glad to be back on a LAMP set-up again, I just feel more comfortable trouble-shooting any issues
Which is more than can be said for my brand new laptop, which is in some considerable distress
Everything I've read suggests a recurring problem with PartMgr.sys is bad :-(