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    Default ERROR: admin/includes/configure.php file not found. Suggest running zc_install/index.

    Dear all,
    I tried to follow the security measures, and I changed the directory "admin" into another name in my local files, Accidentally, I removed the original directory in the server, and I replaced it by my local folder,
    and finally now it doesn't work, it has the following error :
    ERROR: admin/includes/configure.php file not found. Suggest running zc_install/index.
    I am very confused because I already have many data in my store, please help me, thank you all. What can I do now ?? I don't want to reinstall all my database, I 've checked my database in PHP and it's still working.
    Is it because of permissions in the configure.php file ?
    Or another matter ?

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    Default Re: ERROR: admin/includes/configure.php file not found. Suggest running zc_install/in

    First, let's move this out of "hack attempts" ... :S

    Quote Originally Posted by oravelon
    Accidentally, I removed the original directory in the server, and I replaced it by my local folder,
    and finally now it doesn't work, it has the following error :
    ERROR: admin/includes/configure.php file not found.
    1. you deleted the files from the server
    2. you uploaded the copy from your PC, but didn't have a copy of the indicated file on your PC

    Have you made any other backups?
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    Default Re: ERROR: admin/includes/configure.php file not found. Suggest running zc_install/in

    Dear DrByte,
    Thank you for fast reply,
    I finally found the origin of the problem,
    it was because I use dreamweaver and it asked me if "update all links" and I said yes,
    and it changed all links to /admin by another link like ".../.../admin",
    I changed all these links and it seems works now. (My fault is I didn't backup files because I thought it was the same as in my local PC...)
    Yes I realise that it is not in the "Hack attempts"..., I couldn't change it after posting the subject.

    I think that this problem is solved now.
    Thank you very much.



    Quote Originally Posted by DrByte
    First, let's move this out of "hack attempts" ... :S


    1. you deleted the files from the server
    2. you uploaded the copy from your PC, but didn't have a copy of the indicated file on your PC

    Have you made any other backups?

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    Default Re: ERROR: admin/includes/configure.php file not found. Suggest running zc_install/in

    Glad to know you're back up and running ;)

    Time to make a fresh full backup :)
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