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SSH (putty) Help

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Justin182004, Sep 29, 2003.

  1. Justin182004

    Justin182004 Active Member

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    Hello,

    Im trying to update PHPNuke 6.0 to the newer 6.8 version using the program and everything goes well until it asks me if I want to overwrite the old file, what do I do?

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    Justin.

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    asuservice Well-Known Member

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    What the @?$^

    With all due respect Dude ... What the hell has that got to do with SSH???

    You need to go to the Nuke Forum for this ... Just because it's an Add-On Script doesn't mean the support is found here.

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  3. Justin182004

    Justin182004 Active Member

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    Hello,

    It has to do with SSH, because you have to use ssh to run the script.. and the overwrite file command in """""SSH"""" has nothing to do with PHPNuke.. b/c i dont use phpnuke to overwrite the file on the server... it uses ssh...

    the code that is used is below:

    With all due respect, before you get pissed, try asking questions first.

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    Justin.

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    payne Well-Known Member

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    ... still doesn't have anything to do with ssh. You are trying to run a shell script. You'll have to ask this on the phpnuke forum because only they could tell you if it is ok to overwrite the file or whether to delete it before you run the script or whatever.
     
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