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How to migrate from Windows to Linux ?


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Bahl2

Community Member, 4 Posts

22 September 2016 at 5:49am

Edited: 22/09/2016 5:50am

Hi guys, recently must pass a site that is in Windows platform to Linux. which process I need to do to be able to exchange the platform SilverStripe?

Entering more in detail , I must make a copy of the site and then modify the content . If you have another way to catch only styles and customization.

Thanks :)

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matlak

Community Member, 4 Posts

9 November 2016 at 1:38am

Hello,

probably nothing special is needed. You must remember that there are some differences between Windows and/or Linux.
For example default MySQL/MariaDB settings. On Linux case of table names matters, on Windows not. Unfortunately default setting in XAMPP MySQL is to lower-case all database table names. Due to this it might be hard to just export/import DB. If you develop and/or host your site from Windows - try to always keep in mind that after some time it might be migrated to GNU/Linux platform. If it's apache2 in both cases - just copy/paste all files from one location to another. Unfortunately you'll have to manually adjust export of MySQL DB and take care about table name (for example "virtualpage_live" to "VirtualPage_Live").

Following links might be useful for you:
https://www.silverstripe.org/community/forums/general-questions/show/11285
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6248735/how-to-force-case-sensitive-table-names

Besides that it shouldn't be problematic, but it depends on settings always.
Good luck!