Editing Config.pm in /usr/local/???/

Charter

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I am new to the forum.. But I have a question.. I had someone install a package on my server and it would appear it is up to me to edit the file and change the layout.

I have never used ssh.. or superuser on my dedicated server..

how do I view and edit the Config.pm located /user/local/????/
 

midnightz

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Originally posted by Charter
I am new to the forum.. But I have a question.. I had someone install a package on my server and it would appear it is up to me to edit the file and change the layout.

I have never used ssh.. or superuser on my dedicated server..

how do I view and edit the Config.pm located /user/local/????/
For OSX use rBrowser from rbrowser.com - It simply owns!

For PC use Putty from http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/

This will make it a lot more easier than using telnet


midz
 

ryno267

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log in as root su

then
type this...

pico /user/local/Config.pm

do your stuff... the Ctrl+O to "write out" or save it.

may have to reboot apache maybe? depends what config file it is...

rYno
 

Charter

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Originally posted by ryno267
log in as root su

then
type this...

pico /user/local/Config.pm

do your stuff... the Ctrl+O to "write out" or save it.

may have to reboot apache maybe? depends what config file it is...

rYno
Cool thanks.. what is PICO?