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Looking for script to create accounts, files AND database automatically

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by infocom, Nov 21, 2006.

  1. infocom

    infocom Member

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    Hi

    To setup an account based on a template I have (Joomla system or Zencart system), I create a new account in CPanel which copies the files from the skeleton directory. But then I have to manually create the database and import a database file. Does anyone know of a scritp that can run to create an account AND its database so its possible to do a direct copy of another account, or at least create the account based on files including the sql file for the database??

    Ideally I want a script I can use to just enter the new account name and password, preferably another account to copy (or at least have the files and database in the code somewhere), and it will jsut run and set it all up and work straight away with no configuration/database setup.

    Thanks

    Laurie
     
  2. xisn

    xisn Well-Known Member

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    Not sure you will get them from here to easily... I know there are a few running around by Chirpy and PWSowner. If not I am sure they could whip one up for you relativly quick. (Might be fee based though)
     
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    Fantastico & Installatron (I'm sure there are other's as well) can do this automatically. Install scripts, I mean.

    So, maybe you should check with them, and even check in the cPanel manual, it's probably documented there.

    Do post back though if you have something :)
     
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