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denys



Joined: 17 Dec 2007
Posts: 689
Location: south africa

Posted: 04/30/12 13:11 
when i ftp to my server i noticed unside public html all the normal jamroom folders .... but at the end there is a floder "www" .... inside is basically the same structure as in the jamroom public folder but a lot of these files are old and date back to 2008 ??? .... can i delete this folder ?? ... some files are 2012 ?

what is this folder as its never been a jamrrom core folder ?
is it safe to delete ?


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Bloodcrave



Joined: 05 Jan 2008
Posts: 748

Posted: 04/30/12 14:41 
depending on your server config, public_html is mostly the 'root' folder of your website.
Files in the www folder should be safe to delete.
First make a backup of your files and folders, then give it a shot.

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iLoveHouseMusic



Joined: 21 Apr 2009
Posts: 1482
Location: San Francisco CA

Posted: 04/30/12 16:37 
Dont do it.

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djmerlyn
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Joined: 18 Dec 2003
Posts: 13497
Location: Behind You

Posted: 04/30/12 17:19 

iLoveHouseMusic:
Dont do it.


x2

Typically both are the same folder, one is a shortcut.


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denys



Joined: 17 Dec 2007
Posts: 689
Location: south africa

Posted: 05/01/12 07:13 

djmerlyn:

iLoveHouseMusic:
Dont do it.


x2

Typically both are the same folder, one is a shortcut.


thanks understand just never noticed it until backing up


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