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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Cemtey, Nov 24, 2007.

  1. Cemtey

    Cemtey Well-Known Member

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    Okey now I've got server and everything is working well I'd still need to install Tomcat, Java and MySQL before I could install one ecommerce software into my server.
    Then I'd install cPanel and WHM.

    Now here's the problem. Where should I start?

    If I install cPanel will it automatically install MySQL, email server, Java, Tomcat and stuff or do I need to install them all manually before I install cPanel.
    If manually then how and in which order?

    Also when I need Tomcat, Java and MySQL for other software for my server called ecommerce then which one goes first cPanel and WHM or ecommerce software?
    Or doesn't it matter at all?

    How to install Tomcat, Java and MySQL

    Incase cPanel won't install email server automatically then how to install that one?

    I really hope I get true help from here since this really seems to be nice place where are awesome and glorious persons to help people like me. :)
     
  2. DaveUsedToWorkHere

    DaveUsedToWorkHere Well-Known Member

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    cPanel will handle the MySQL and exim (mail server) installs for you automatically along with your web server, ftp server and other general hosting services.

    You can install Tomcat in the cPanel >> Plugins area in WebHost Manager. Java is installed with the Tomcat install.
     
  3. Cemtey

    Cemtey Well-Known Member

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    Great, thanks. :)
     
  4. 000

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    Yes!, we can Install/Uninstall with 1 CLICK, but what about of security config?

    Some recomendations please?
    Maybe some as "AFTER of Install AND BEFORE of SELL".
    How avoid malicious actions?

    Thanks.
     

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    Dave,

    Isn't the tomcat plugin depreciated?
    Thats how its showing in Plugin area, and it had failed when I tried once.
    Please clarify

    Thanks
     
  6. cPanelDavidG

    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    This thread is very old. Yes, the plug-in is now deprecated, you should install it via EasyApache instead.
     
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    okay, thanks for it.
     
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    Master please:

    [1] What we need config in (please see file).
    [2] When/To what we need create NEW users?

    (This is a hosting shared).

    Thanks
     

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