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dark_one
I cannot find Fantastico in Direct Admin...

Is this because it's not there or because I need glasses?
dark_one
and I can't find anything to change the domain either...

I hope somebody can help me...
n0obie4life
There's no fantastico in directadmin.

You can't change your subdomain. Only an admin can do that.
Bondings
You can add a domain, though.

http://www.site-helper.com/misc.html#domains
dark_one
Bondings wrote:
You can add a domain, though.

http://www.site-helper.com/misc.html#domains


yah, it's domains I wanted... thanks

But, with the Fantastico... you should change the main page, it says Cpanel and Fantastico included
Bondings
dark_one wrote:
But, with the Fantastico... you should change the main page, it says Cpanel and Fantastico included

We have two servers, one with DirectAdmin and one with cPanel. At the moment we only accept new accounts on the DirectAdmin server as the cPanel one is full. This will change, however.
budazz
can the direct admin users switch to cpanel when the it already been change?... Question
Bondings
budazz wrote:
can the direct admin users switch to cpanel when the it already been change?... Question

I didn't decide that yet. But they will have to change to a longer and different subdomain and also manually transfer all data, so it's not that attractive.
n0obie4life
And, you don't have a good choice of domains on frihost.net Very Happy
Daniel15
Quote:
Cpanel and Fantastico or DirectAdmin to manage your account.

(http://frihost.com/)

I think you should change the wording of that sentence a bit... Depending on how you read it, the current sentence can be misleading. It makes it sound like members get cPanel, and either Fantastico or DirectAdmin.

Something like:
Cpanel (with Fantastico) or DirectAdmin to manage your account.

would be better.
n0obie4life
Or just remove the Fantastico word.

And stop bumping topics Rolling Eyes
shabda
I am on direct admin. So does it mean Im not allowed fantastico. Oh shit. Now how can I install phpBB? Help?
n0obie4life
shabda wrote:
I am on direct admin. So does it mean Im not allowed fantastico. Oh shit. Now how can I install phpBB? Help?


Pfft, my siggy Razz
DJHicks
shabda wrote:
I am on direct admin. So does it mean Im not allowed fantastico. Oh shit. Now how can I install phpBB? Help?


im having the same problem but want php nuke installed....(which has phpbb with it i believe)
n0obie4life
postnuke is simple to install.

Just upload all the files. Read the userguide.
shabda
So it means I will have to upload all my files manually for phpBB? Right?
n0obie4life
shabda wrote:
So it means I will have to upload all my files manually for phpBB? Right?


For phpBB.

Just upload them all.

Point your broswer to

http://domain.com/install/install.php

Then make a SQL database through da / cpanel
Bondings
daniel15 wrote:
Quote:
Cpanel and Fantastico or DirectAdmin to manage your account.

(http://frihost.com/)

I think you should change the wording of that sentence a bit... Depending on how you read it, the current sentence can be misleading. It makes it sound like members get cPanel, and either Fantastico or DirectAdmin.

Something like:
Cpanel (with Fantastico) or DirectAdmin to manage your account.

would be better.

Thanks for the suggestion. I changed it now. Very Happy

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