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tsurugi
I wanted to install PHPNuke in my main dir so that when I go http://www.feelclub.org the PHPNuke page will show up... I've tried installing in public_html but it says:

The installation can not be completed:

- You chose to install in the main directory of the domain feelclub.frihost.net, but there are conflicting filenames, therefore we can not proceed. Following filenames already exist in the main directory of the domain feelclub.frihost.net (path="/home/tsurugi/public_html/").You must manually remove these files before proceeding with auto-installation:
images
- No valid administrator username provided.
- No password provided.


So please advise, how do i go about doing it?

Thank you so much!
God Bless !
mOrpheuS
you seem to have created a public_html within your public_html.
re-check it (ftp or cPanel file manager)

if you are using fantastico to install phpnuke, do not enter anything in the "Install in directory" field, if you want nuke to be installed to the root. (ie., files will be located in public_html)

if you must do it manually, put the contents of the html folder from the phpnuke installation zip file to the root of your public_html
but, I'd suggest you use fantastico (available on cPanel) for installing a script unless, ofcourse, it's not available there.


hope it all works out soon
Wink
tsurugi
Thanks I'll try it later...!
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