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/scripts/wwwacct and signup.cgi

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by xnull, Sep 10, 2001.

  1. xnull

    xnull Well-Known Member

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    A little confused here.. I know that you can run from shell /scripts/wwwacct to manually add accounts, instead of adding one via WHM.

    But in WHM there is the \"process signups\" option, which says \"signup.cgi.. blah blah.. don\'t ask about it\". Well I need to ;) What is signup.cgi when will it be available and where?

    Or can someone tell me how to write a script that can interface with the wwwacct program so that we can have people signup thru this.
     
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    xnull Well-Known Member

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    nobody knows ? :(
     
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    i think this feature was considered for cpanel but never really made it in. a few hosts have made their own, and you could possibly find a programmer to make you one too. i almost positive that nocsoft will have an automated account creation feature, and nocsoft is supposed to be released this month. either wait, or make a post in general forums requesting assistance in buying such script. ;)
     
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    xnull Well-Known Member

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    I can program scripts just fine myself though ;)

    I saw \"signup.cgi\" in WHM and wondered if it was just never completed or what. Then Nick said that a script could be written to interface with wwwacct, but I wasn\'t sure quite how, or if anyone already did it..
     
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