2013-01-18 3:43 pm EST
The easiest way to handle importing your local Concrete5 MySQL database onto our server would probably be using the Softaculous installer like you have.
You can then drop all of the tables that Softaculous put in place for you already into the database following these steps:
Next you'd want to follow our guide on importing a MySQL database in phpMyAdmin to import your local Concrete5 database.
Another option would be skipping the Softaculous install all together. Instead you would want to create a MySQL database using the MySQL Database Wizard, being sure to copy down the database, database username, and password that you created.
Then you would just upload all of your local Concrete5 files to your /public_html/ directory. After that you'd want to edit your /public_html/config/site.php file to match the same database credentials you copied down from creating the MySQL database on our server.
I hope that information was helpful. If you're still running into any problems or have any further questions please let us know!
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