Being as it was Feb. when the above script was made available, I'm wondering about the results form those who have used it.Originally posted by bdraco
Here is a new whostmgr binary.
It contains the limiting for upgrade/downgrading an account. It has not been tested, so I don't know if it works properly. Make sure to make a backup of your whostmgr binary before you try this on. Worst case, it doesn't work.. you put the old one back and I'll test+fix it tomorrow when I have more time.
I agree with thaphantom..... And..... why would you use something you don't like or trust. I for one have no problems... and any that are encountered are easily fixed using forums.Originally posted by rnh
I should have known not to take a company seriously that calls themselves darkorb
probably a couple of PC Gamers sitting in the basement of their mom's house working on Cpanel during the breaks of the games in their LAN parties playing Everquest. And collecting $75 @ month from each of us fools using cPanel.
Hmm, that's why there's so many threads in here with so many bug reports and security exploit reports and people saying things like "I had 7 cPanel servers hacked into this week" ? That's why there's 10 times as man complaints in these forums as Ensim's forums and Plesk's forums combined?Originally posted by thaphantom
then go somewhere else... seems to be working fine for about 99% of the people using it.
Because I already paid (A LOT of money) for it after I was told by people like you that are so loyal to this software for some unkown reason "cPanel is so great"Originally posted by Silverado
I agree with thaphantom..... And..... why would you use something you don't like or trust.
Oh I'm sorry I didn't reallize that all the money that we paid for this software was going to the kind people that volunteer their help in these forums to help figure out how to fix the shortcomings of the cPanel programmers that so graciously take our money.I for one have no problems... and any that are encountered are easily fixed using forums.
Yes and I never see anyone complaining about cPanel because it's just so super and terrific, right? and EVERYthing works perfectly!Someone is definately in the basement of their Mom's house...... but it's not cPanel. And I can only see one fool using cpanel in this thread!
Now don't get me wrong I like cPanel, I just think that there should be a lot more for how much money it costs. Even at RS it costs $20 @ mo. extra over Ensim.I think a lot of people are having one problem or another with cPanel
How about a company called Microsoft?I should have known not to take a company seriously that calls themselves darkorb
That's like telling the owner of a car having broken locks, not to park the car in bad neighborhoods, rather than just fixing the lock.You cannot blame cpanel for resellers not having ethics.
Not sure about the second one but the first issue is simple. Set all of your reseller accounts with something small like 50mb of space and 3gb of bandwidth. After they sign up, ask them how much they want for their master account. Let's say they want 300 mb of space and 10 gb of bandwidthOriginally posted by acer2k
First of all..
I'm just wondering, how does everyone else do theirs? I mean, when you create an account on cPanel, you give it space and bandwidth. Say a user purchased 1GB disk and 50GB transfer. You setup their account with that. But they also will be a reseller. So you give them reseller permissions. But they can't do anything until you go in there and give them the options and stuff. But then that is where you limit the space/transfer on their reseller account. So you put in 1GB disk and 50GB transfer again. This means they have DOUBLE resources. How do you go about that? Also, what features/options do you give them in the reseller section?
Second and more importantly..
I have found some MAJOR issues involving cPanel and reseller accounts. I bought a small reseller account from someone, and they have the newest version of cpanel (6.0, but this works on all versions). I was able to create accounts under my reseller account with 10gb diskspace and 150gb transfer. I went to create an account, and where it lists my reseller account resources..everything is in the negative!!
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