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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by izghitu, Aug 22, 2010.

  1. izghitu

    izghitu Well-Known Member

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    Hi,

    Is there any way to create some sort of account creation template so that when an account is created I get a default wordpress website installed as well?

    Is it possible to install wordpress from fantastico from command line? This way I could add a post account creation command.

    Any ideas?

    Please help
     
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    If you have fantastico on your server, you can install wordpress very simply.

    If you have a problem please post again here.
     
  3. izghitu

    izghitu Well-Known Member

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    And how do I do that? Or did you post the message just to make some advertising?
     
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    so, if you think i post my message just to make some advertising, i dont know to resolv your problem.

    Sorry.
     
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    You can try "WordPress Mass Management Tools"(I only tried one of its script wp-create.sh), but you need to input the account information before start and complete the setup after Wordpress is installed. If you know bash scripting, you can modify it to gather the information as soon as a cPanel account is created. If you want to automate the final step, you update the script to import a sample database after the Wordpress is installed. You can also update the database entries for each new blog too. I have tested this before and it worked.

    /http://birdhouse.org/software/2010/08/wordpress-mass-management/
    scot hacker’s scripts and utils » WordPress Mass Management Tools

     
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