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Mysql outside of fantastico?

Discussion in 'cPanel Developers' started by kevin1973, Oct 15, 2003.

  1. kevin1973

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    Hi I don't run a webserver just a website whitch my hosts offer c-panel.
    I would like to know how i can add a php script to mysql outside of Fantastico?
    Im trying to add php adsnew it's a banner rotation script.
    I sent an e-mail to me hosts But didnt get much help.
    here is Their reply.....Witch i have tryed what they suggested

    The format for the script variables is:

    db host: localhost
    db name: prefix_dbname
    db user: prefix_dbuser
    db password: password (no prefix)

    the port is 3306, but it is useless since cPanel doesnt let you connect remotely to a database.

    You might rename the table prefix to sexy-sho_ if you cant get it running.

    use MyISAM

    If that fails that is all i can offer since we do not support 3rd party scripts. I would bet that the maker of the script has docs or can tell you the proper settings for a cPanel server if you cannot get it.

    Regards,

    Matt

    (the "star" instead of 5_star has to do with a recent cpanel update that changed the way the plans are displayed to the end user (you) They had a bug in the past where they didnt list them properly, so we named them as such "1_star, 2_star, 3_star, etc." Now cpanel changed the way they display the plans to drop the _ and anything before it.)

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