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cPanel Installation

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Hi all , i need help. Is it possible for me to install cPanel on uniform server ?

Coz my friends and I bought a cPanel package and we plan to test it out.

 

Does it work just by uploading teh cPanel into the WWW folder and get going right ?

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I know they are releasing it for windows version.

What i'm trying to ask is that is it possible for me to integrate the cPanel used in web hosting into the uniform server ?

 

That's what i mean :blink:

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Let me know how this works... Im curious about this! Thanks

 

I know they are releasing it for windows version.

What i'm trying to ask is that is it possible for me to integrate the cPanel used in web hosting into the uniform server ?

 

That's what i mean :lol:

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If you install cpanel, you might as well just install apache, because it's not going to fit with the "no installation" that uniserver has. However, several of the features of cpanel (such as redirects and custom error pages), simply automate the creation of lines in .htaccess files, so similar functionality could be added to the uniserver control panel.

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*cough* Advance Programming... :angry:

 

About the installation, it might work. Most programs do not connect to the registry through PHP nor Apache. so it does not really matter if it is hard installed or just extracted.

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