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How can i reinstall the basic files of the webhost





jordialex
I've cancelled some files from the /public-html/ that where isnstalled from the hoster. I was trying to upload the web in the public internet and i thought i didn't need the files.

Now i know that i need it and i dont know where i can find them.

Thanks Wink
Bondings
If you don't mind losing the files that you already uploaded there, you can simply remove the subdomain in the "domain management" and then add it back. This should restore the initial files.
ankur209
Try adding a new sub-domain from the domain management.This will help you to see the initial/basic files that are created at the creation of the the domain...!! Razz
rjraaz
jordialex wrote:
I've cancelled some files from the /public-html/ that where isnstalled from the hoster. I was trying to upload the web in the public internet and i thought i didn't need the files.

Now i know that i need it and i dont know where i can find them.

Thanks Wink



Domain Management of your hosting provider will help you make your subdomain back but you may not able to recover your files back.
jordialex
thanks for uor help it works now i'm trying to upload the web on the internet if i can't i will ask for help.

Thanks! Smile
praveen
Please post the first 20 and last 20 lines of your database backup.
If it is an sql file, you can just get them out using a good text editor.
If it is .gz .rar or .zip file you will have to decompress it first.
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