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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by jethbrown, Dec 5, 2004.

  1. jethbrown

    jethbrown Member

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    Where does one look for or update manually the add on scripts. For example, PHP Nuke is 6.8 in the current stable release, 7.6 of Nuke is available and I would like my clients to use it due to security bugs (that nuke is plagued with). Does anyone know how to do this and where the file would be stored on a linux server?
     
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    DudeBro Well-Known Member

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    I'd like to know too.. please.
     
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    wasn't there an add-on for these updates just released? It's fairly new, so I think you'll have to be running a very new version of cpanel.
     
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    OpenInstaller

    Openinstaller has an updated installer for the latest phpnuke, coppermine, phpbb, geeklog, mamboopensource, ipb1.3 etc etc.

    Get the files at http://openinstaller.com/distfiles/ OR you can wait for me to publicly release my script which enables you to install openinstaller modules via whm :). It wont be long till i release it!

    Regards,
    Brent
     
  5. DudeBro

    DudeBro Well-Known Member

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    ooh! Can't wait!
     
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