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PHP-Nuke: what am I missing

Discussion in 'cPanel Developers' started by intuitive, Dec 10, 2004.

  1. intuitive

    intuitive Member

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    I'm attempting to install PHP-Nuke, via the "add Scripts" feature...

    I tick the "Install and Keep Updated" box and click Save... and it downloads some files into /usr/local/cpanel/addons

    Then what? It doesn't seem to do anything with them - I was expecting the "Install" bit of "Install and Keep Updated" to do something

    :confused: Sorry to sound like a User :rolleyes:
     
  2. haze

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    Sounds to me as if you've just enabled the script to be installed from cpanel. Did you do the above from WHM ? If so, you now need to log into your cPanel, move to the addon scripts area and select the php-nuke script then install from there.
     
  3. intuitive

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    Doh!

    Thanks :rolleyes:
     
  4. Etheral

    Etheral Well-Known Member

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    hehe yep, exactly what you did! if you go into the "addons" directory via shell, you can use the cPanel packaging system to auto-install other scripts too, witch is really nice if you dont have Fantastico (or the matrix one)!
     
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    Make sure you keep php-nuke updated. It has had some trouble recently with some nasty exploits and I would say it is probably a good idea to find something else.
     
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    I love mambo opensource :cool:
     
  7. Etheral

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    Any OpenSource CmS is going to have some exploits, it is AlWaYs best to make your own, or have somone else make it for you... Another good idea would be to secure the CmS, if you dont want to make your own. There are MANY security modules for PhP nuke.
     
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    This one is already patched with one of those security modules. The one that, in my opinion, affords the best protection. :)
     
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