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Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by n_kruse, May 25, 2003.

  1. n_kruse

    n_kruse Well-Known Member

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    Excuse me for my ignorance!

    I am totally new to Cpanel. I have read many threads about the /scripts/easyapache. I have read to log into as 'root' which I am assuming is the same thing as 'su'. I use Putty to administer the server. I have tried running script/easyapache/ and it says scripts started or something of that nature.

    Here is the ignorance part.

    I have absolutely no idea that it is working the directory shows easyapache* (all in green).

    But again when I run it nothing happens except for the statement, I have seen posts that talk about entering options but I don't see where I enter the scripts, can someone point me in the direction of documentation on this feature. I have to php modules I need to install mhash and gd_lib. Thanks for any assistance in advance.

    Sorry for the newbie thing, but I am quickly liking Cpanel over both Plesk and Ensim.

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    casey Well-Known Member

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    Are you waiting a little while before quitting? When you run the script, it has to download the program from the cpanel website before you do any configuring.

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    n_kruse Well-Known Member

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    Casey,

    Thanks, apparently I was not waiting long enough. It moved right along this time. However, originally I was looking to installed mhash php module and I did not see it there. Is it called something else or will it have to be done the manual way?

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    Be sure you should be in the /scripts directory

    You can execute any script using following syntax :

    ./scriptname - i.e. in your case type ./easyapache instead of just easyapache.

    Or

    from any location type /scripts/easyapache and it will do the trick. The star next to any file means that it is executable.

    Donnie

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