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Manage cPAddons and Mambo

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by jcseeger, Mar 23, 2010.

  1. jcseeger

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    I have installed a cPAddon for the CMS Mambo. When I review the "manage cpaddons, it appears to have installed. I have looked and looked and can't seem to find the location to edit the mambo through cpanel. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Another question I have too is how I can edit the /root/cpanel3-skel index.html using cpanel. I'm accessing the cpanel through the webgui because the server is at a remote location. I tried the shell access through the domain account on the cpanel interface however it takes an act of congress to get shell access.
     
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    Any Assistance

    Anyone have a chance to review my issue?
     
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    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    Mambo is a CMS, so you would manage Mambo via its own management interface (just like any other shared *nix hosting server), not via the cPanel interface.

    Only root can edit what is in /root/. You mention not having shell access, leading me to believe you are not root.

    That skeleton directory is only used when provisioning new accounts. If you do not have reseller access to the server, you do not need to edit anything in cpanel3-skel. If you do have reseller access, you can edit your own cpanel3-skel directory by logging into cPanel and in File Manager, navigating to cpanel3-skel (it's one level above public_html).

    If you do not have reseller access, may I ask what you were attempting to accomplish?
     
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