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    I got the instructions ... thank you .. I followed the first part. Used PhpMyadmin and at the first page. I chose EXPORT. ALL. I left all other selections at default values. Clicked GO. Nothing happened. I did not get the text file to save. I am still uneasy. Feeling my way in the dark. But less intimidated. Any comments. Please bear with me.
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    At the bottom of the export form you have to tick the "Save as file" option.
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    Yes ... I got the file. When I am ready to move, I will need to use phpMyAdmin to "import"? GoDaddy does not seem to have this on the control panel but I will investigate. (I have a site there so I can "go see".) There will be something in its place I assume. Another hurdle. We are not moving until 10/31. At that time I will get another "dump" that has all the current posts. I also have to move the Vanilla Folder. I will "Put all the files in the Vanilla Folder on the new server . Then then update conf/database.php )to update my database server address, name, user name and password) and conf/settings.php to update any path related settings." Then I will "import" the data base and it should work as before. I think I can do it. I have a concrete idea of the process now whereas before, the words had no meaning. Please stay with me. Thanks.
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    You should install xampp on your computer and try to move the forum to your computer to see what can go wrong.

    Godaddy seems to have PhpMyAdmin; see the example about moving WordPress to Godaddy:
    http://www.wpvqs.com/?p=79

    Also do a search about Godaddy in this forum to see if it is easy to install vanilla on Godaddy. Make sure to get a linux hosting; it is will better for php application.

    How big is your database dump?
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    Will do all. The dump is 580KB. It looks good. I'll be back.
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    I read and saved and printed out the WordPress piece. Moving the database should be similar. I will probably have troubles while I'm actually doing it. There are two files in conf folder (database and settings) that contain many lines to alter ... I can see what has to be changed. It will take a miracle not to make a mistake. I think xampp would be just an added layer of complication for me.
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