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AppConfig and Fantastico

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  1. dinfiesta

    dinfiesta Well-Known Member

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    Just sharing knowledge:

    To fix error 401 on Fanastico with APPConfig, just create:

    /var/cpanel/apps/addon_fantastico.conf

    Code:
    # name
    name=addon_fantastico
    
    # Service that will serve this app
    service=whostmgr
    
    # Physical path: /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/Foo.php
    # Literal URL path: $server:$port/$cpsession/3rdparty/Foo.php
    url=/cgi/addon_fantastico.cgi
    url2=/cgi/fantastico/index.php
    url3=/cgi/fantastico/fantastico.php
    
    # System user to run process as
    user=root
    
    # Required acls
    acls=any
    
    # Display name as show in the service ui
    displayname=addon_fantastico
    
    Then run: /usr/local/cpanel/bin/register_appconfig addon_fantastico.conf

    That's it.
     
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    Just wanted to thank you for the quick solution, worked for me.
     
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    This may also be of some help:

    cPanel & WHM 11.36 Release Notes

    #!/bin/sh
    eval 'if [ -x /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/bin/perl ]; then exec /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/bin/perl -x -- $0 ${1+"$@"}; else exec /usr/bin/perl -x $0 ${1+"$@"}; fi;'
    if 0;
    #!/usr/bin/perl
     
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