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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mbd5882, Jun 24, 2005.

  1. mbd5882

    mbd5882 Well-Known Member

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    I noticed that youy do not have a version of Cpanel and WHM is zip/rar format. .sea files can only be ran in Mackintost, I am currently running Windows XP.
    Does anyone know a zip format file mirror or any other sites that will offer it in zip files.
    Or can you please tell me how to open .sea files in XP, I have tried undisker Delux for xp already.

    Thanks,
    Mbd5882 :cool:
     
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    fusioncroc Well-Known Member

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    cPanel can not be ran on Window's anyway.

    Your need a *nix O/S.
    E.g Linux or FreeBSD.
     
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    mbd5882 Well-Known Member

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    Yes i know that, I want to see it first on my normal comp. then transfer it to another server.

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    If your normal computer is running Windows XP, you won't be able to install CPanel on it.

    If you want CPanel on another server, just install it on the other server.
     
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    Sorry, I dont want to install it on my Xp comp. only just see the files and stuff. Thwen if i am statified i will move it to my server. -which is still being setup, thats why i want to download it to my XP comp first.

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    Bud it doesn't work that way. The .sea file is a *nix executable script that downloads all the needed install files to your server and sets them up the way cpanel needs them to be.

    If you want to play/test cpanel your going to have to have a *nix box period
     
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    Just what they said. The file you download is pretty much the equivalant of a windows installer. It downloads then executes and tells the server to download and install all of the files Cpanel needs to run. If you have a static IP at home you can run your box in a dual boot setup and boot it to linux and install Cpanel and request a key for it from cpanel.net
     
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