mooony

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I have lookup most of the language ones.

You can find it here:
http://www.rem-graphics.com/english_var.txt

I hope this hels for the people that want to translate cpanel using the language file in WHM.

Ronald
 

mrlarter

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I am currently looking for something to show phpmods..anyone know anything about that?

and truely excelent list fellows..extremly useful.
 

lammadog

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[quote:7aa65fc624][i:7aa65fc624]Originally posted by hotice007[/i:7aa65fc624]

Hmm those variables look nice... ignorant question... how do I use it?[/quote:7aa65fc624]

you use it like HTML, for example...
&cpanel LastLogin=&lastlogin()&&
will display the hostname from your last login



sorry I havn't been around here or the skinny in a couple weeks, things got real insane on me there for a bit, I do see the light at the end of the tunnel and will be getting back into this soon.
 

casey

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Start date--How do I change it?

To make a long story short, I have been a reseller and now I have my own server. I want to set up my clients on the server, but I don't want their signup dates to be the day they were moved to my server.

So where is the file I need to change in order to show the correct signup date?
 

dgbaker

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You would need to modify /var/cpanel/users/username

Now the startdate in the amount of seconds since 1970 (Unixtime) so it would probably be best to get a copy of the current files to get the correct info from.
 

Ron

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Thanks guys! Finally something REALLY useful!:) I wonder how long though till this thread gets deleted???:confused: