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How can I know what cPanel skin is being used in any given account?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Kent Brockman, Feb 20, 2012.

  1. Kent Brockman

    Kent Brockman Well-Known Member

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    Well, just that people, how can I know what cPanel skin is being used in any given account without having to login?

    Maybe running some console command would do the trick? Where is that config stored?
     
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    home/username/.cpanel/nvdata/brandingpkg is the file that holds this detail.
     
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    Since you mentioned console for command line, here is a command that should let you know which themes are being used:

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    grep RS * | cut -d= -f2- | sort | uniq -c
    Most users would be on x3 theme unless you've cloned or added others. The above command would not let you know which style within x3 is being used if you meant the style instead.
     
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    Well, you are closer to my request.
    If I run "dir /home/*/.cpanel/nvdata/brandingpkg" I can see who actually is using other style rather than the default cPanel style.
    How can I see who is using what style?
     
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    This outputs the path and the style:

    Code:
    grep -v 'x3' /home/*/.cpanel/nvdata/brandingpkg
    For example, on my system:

    Code:
    root@host [~]# grep -v 'x3' /home/*/.cpanel/nvdata/brandingpkg
    /home/cpacct2/.cpanel/nvdata/brandingpkg:clocks
    /home/endar/.cpanel/nvdata/brandingpkg:black_ice
     
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    GREAT!!! Thank you!
     
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