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Import prestashop with softaculous

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when trying to import my Prestashop hosted from PrestaCloud to another hosting server, i need to specify the below parameters

  FTP Path

Relative path to web accessible directory of user. e.g. /public_html
 

Installation Directory (Optional)

Installation directory e.g. blog if you have installed the script at /public_html/blog
 
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Hello:

The public_html is the good way for you.

Leave the other opcion empty.

With this your prestashop will be in the root of your domain, If tomorrow you need a blog or something it will be installed in for example public_html/blog.

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Hi Santori,
thanks for your answer, but it seems that the tree directory of the prestahop cloud version is  different from the downloaded one. putting /public_html doesnt work.

in .htaccess, i found a variable definition HTTP_PS_ROOT_DIR_  = /homez.106/pca12345/www/ 
i tried with the above path, but i get an error

  • Specified FTP Path does not exist

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Hello, in this case you must to  speak with the prestashop clou team, really, you dont have access to the prestashop archives and you need to ask o download a database and prestashop files.

 

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Database can be downloaded from the back store, the only pending thing is to get the images and all related prestashop files. I opened a ticket with the support team and I am currently waiting for an answer.

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