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Beginning With cPanel and WHM

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by pierre-jacques, Feb 25, 2012.

  1. pierre-jacques

    pierre-jacques Registered

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    Hello,
    We try to install the LMS 'Claroline" on the webserver CPanel and WHM. We Don't understand the practices we must do. How is possible to access to the web server for :
    1) install Apache PHP and Mysql
    2) install the LMS "Claroline" on the server CPanel and WHM

    We have the username and password but now, how must we do ?

    Thank you for the answers :)
     
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    PlotHost Well-Known Member

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    re: Beginning With cPanel and WHM

    Ask the hosting company to install apace,mysql,cpanel. After this read the readme file for that script.
     
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    re: Beginning With cPanel and WHM

    Hello :)

    Apache, PHP, and MySQL should be installed by default on cPanel servers. You should consult with your web hosting provider if the application you are installing requires root-level changes to the system.

    Thank you.
     
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