I have installed wordpress on my personal webspace on my schools server. The school has support for and runs a php server so when I go to my website it redirects me to the php one (whose files are linked with my website). I installed all the files for wordpress into the websites folder and get the wordpress error page that says my wp-config file isn’t setup correctly…ok I know that. When I start configuring it through that screen I don’t know where to direct it to find the database. My school doesn’t have a dedicated database server (though its in the works) and I believe that leaves me needing to use SQLite. Problem is I’m a little unfamiliar with what SQLite does and how exactly it works, as well as were to put the files for it (and even what files to use). I tried doing some research on it but its getting a little above my head. Am I correct in assuming SQLite is what I need to use? The schools php server does support mySQL script, but I’m just getting lost on how to translate that into a database. Any help is much appreciated.
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