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Magento and CPAddons

Discussion in 'cPanel Developers' started by kraken17, Mar 19, 2009.

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    I found out how to use the cpAddon system. But I am looking for a script for magento. Can anyone help??
     
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    Well, suprise suprise no answer, but there is a solution

    There is a way to get Magento and Joomla installed as cpAddons very cheaply. eName.ro does have both of these as cpAddons, the Joomla one is free, and the Magento one will cost. If you wish to get both scripts contact me on PM and I will put you in contact with the actual person that can supply it.

    Thanks for reading this......

    Tim
     
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    Tim, thank you for promo :)

    I managed to put online the page for Joomla and Magento cPanel Addons. Here is it: http://www.ename.ro/cpaddons/

    Joomla cPanel Addon is free and Magento costs $50 /server (IP) and includes one year updates and support.

    If you have any questions or find any problems, please let me know.
     
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    Our Installatron plugin is an alternative option:

    http://installatron.com/

    It's $5 per month or $50 per year for a "dedicated" server and half that for a VPS.

    It's a "full" system that gives users the ability to backup and restore their applications, and there's a free-edition that you can install to try it out (it locks to the first domain you install on).

    And a beta of Installatron 6 is available, as of a few hours ago, that you can try out if you add Installatron to your server. Beta information is here:

    http://installatron.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=156

    You get Magento, Joomla, and 55 other web applications.

    Rowan @ Installatron
     
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    You can try Softaculous right now ! It's FREE !
    It's an auto installer for cPanel and DirectAdmin. Unlike other auto installers Softaculous is much faster, designed and installs softwares in just ONE STEP.

    I'm using this addon for 2 month now, and, it's amazing, works very find !
    And magento install is perfect !

    But remember to configure your server to meet the requierements for magento in easyapache.
     
    #5 r.fluttaz, Jul 26, 2009
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    Magento databse import issue

    I’m trying to install Magento on a clean VPS. I’ve checked that the server has everything Magento needs, but doing a full install package install it fails on the database.

    So going on what I read in the forum I opted for the downloader install. I created a clean database and attempted to import the sample sql file, but again it failed to import. It imports some of the tables but not all.

    I’ve tried it several times, but the result is the same.
     
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    Hi there,

    We've just released a very early beta of our Magento cPanel button. Currently, it supports v.1.4.0.1 of Magento and the automated installation of a few extensions. If you'd like to check it out, visit Magento Installer for cPanel (BETA). We'll be posting some screenshots on the site shortly. :)
     
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    Canfone :

    I found your script very interesting, but i noticed that it lacks clear installation instructions, Can you provide the steps to move ahead ?
     
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