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    Hello, i have nearly finished developing a Moodle VLE using the windows XP installation package. Is there any way i can host this using a free website hosting service? As i have used the packages as opposed to a manual install does that prevent it from being able to be hosted in this way?

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    Aslong as the hosting service is using LAMP you'll be fine (which is pretty standard)

    I'd just do a vanilla (empty) install on your hosting server and use the course backup and restore to get the content across.

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