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Joomla cPanel Addon

Discussion in 'cPanel Developers' started by d_t, Nov 6, 2005.

  1. d_t

    d_t Member

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    Hi,

    I made an add-on script for CPanel that install Joomla CMS:

    http://www.webdev.ro/products/cpanel-addons/

    This script will add Joomla! CMS in CPanel as an "add-on script" so users can install Joomla! from their site's CPanel interface with just few clicks.

    In order to install it, you need a server with CPanel and administration rights (root). The script was tested with "X2" skin under WHM 10.8.0 cPanel 10.8.1-R21.

    The script is free to download an is inspired from www.openinstaller.com
     
  2. mohit

    mohit Member

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    hi,
    if iam not mistaken "joomla" is now included in Fantastico.

    see ya,
    mohit
     
  3. webignition

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    You're not mistaken!
     
  4. d_t

    d_t Member

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    Right, but is not included in default CPanel Addons or in OpenInstaller.
     
  5. NetPublicist

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    Thanks!! I have added Joomla! to my cPanel.

    They should remove Mambo and make this a default in cPanel.
     
  6. TurboDigit

    TurboDigit New Member

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    Hi,

    Is it easy to update this routine for the 1.0.7 ?
    What must be changed for the install to work with hte latest release ?
    :confused:
     
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    Openinstaller includes Joomla 1.0.7. It works, I just used it.
     
  8. 7thDsites

    7thDsites New Member

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    Very nice postings - just what I was looking for...

    Thank you for making this add-on! very nice!

    I installed joomla according to:
    http://www.webdev.ro/products/cpanel-addons/

    wget http://www.webdev.ro/products/cpanel-addons/Joomla-CPanel-Addon.tgz
    tar xzf Joomla-CPanel-Addon.tgz
    mv -f Joomla /usr/local/cpanel/addons/Joomla
    cp -f /usr/local/cpanel/addons/Joomla/*.png /usr/local/cpanel/base/frontend/x/addoncgi/
    wget --user-agent="Netscape Communicator 4.0" -O /usr/local/cpanel/addons/Joomla/pkg.tar.gz "http://developer.joomla.org/sf/frs/do/downloadFile/projects.joomla/frs.joomla_1_0.1_0_3/frs1820?dl=1"

    It appears everything went perfect;
    I'm not seeing it in the whm list of Addon Scripts but do see it listed under the whm Addon Script Manager.
    Going through the cpanel I very easily installed it and it looks awesome; can't wait to try it out!!

    The addon script manager is reporting that joomla is up to date but this is v1.0.3 So; I assumed I could grab the update from here: http://developer.joomla.org/sf/go/projects.joomla/frs.joomla_1_0.1_0_7

    and simply swap out the path from the line above from:
    O /usr/local/cpanel/addons/Joomla/pkg.tar.gz "http://developer.joomla.org/sf/frs/do/downloadFile/projects.joomla/frs.joomla_1_0.1_0_3/frs1820?dl=1"

    and replace it with (the updated/upgrade path):

    O /usr/local/cpanel/addons/Joomla/pkg.tar.gz "http://developer.joomla.org/sf/frs/do/downloadFile/projects.joomla/frs.joomla_1_0.1_0_7/frs3352;jsessionid=EC2CC8F68DC02E7493BB242669422C75?dl=1"

    I'm doing all this through putty - but when I swapped out the url paths above I'm getting an error message that says it can't overwrite the existing directory.

    Could someone please tell me how I can delete the above action, the first install, so that I can reinstall with the updated v1.0.7 ??

    Also is there a way to set this so that cpanel will seek and install updates for joomla automatically when it's updating?

    Thanks very much in advance!
     
    #8 7thDsites, Feb 26, 2006
    Last edited: Feb 26, 2006
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    I installed the script and I see it in whm (Addon Script Manager) but I can't find it in cpanel (client side). Where should it be?
     
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    I had this same problem - not being able to see it...

    also I could not upgrade joomla and some horrid jackass hacked joomla and caused me some serious grief on our server!

    One of our tech people had to disable joomla as I couldn't figure out how to uninstall it - it's still there, disabled, but I can't find it in the cpanels or remove it through the whm.
     
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    getting 404 error

    Hello,

    I tried in the above procedure,but getting 404 error .

    please update the code.

    thankyou
     
  12. Infopro

    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    Not sure whats even in that script, part of it appears to be encoded. Why not just put in a feature request with cPanel instead of installing WHM addons you clearly are not sure about?
     

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