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Linuxhelp _ Technical Support _ Very Confusing Install

Posted by: alex905 Nov 24 2005, 03:30 PM

i have recently downloaded a server script which is very good but underground it is a exact replica of cpanel and i have no idea how to install as there arnt any instructions.

here what i got

lots of difrent realeases and a file called install i tryed going to the folder were install was and typeing install but i got the error i thougt i would

install: too few arguments

so i looked at the perl file and i couldent see anything maybe you can?

here it is

CODE
#!/usr/bin/perl
$|=1;
$ENV{'LANG'} = 'C';
if (-e "/usr/local/bin/wget" && ! -e "/usr/bin/wget") {
    symlink("../local/bin/wget","/usr/bin/wget");
}
if (-e "/usr/local/cpanel") {
    system("wall "Cpanel Layer 2 Auto-Update Commencing"");
} else {
    system("wall "Cpanel Layer 2 Install Commencing"");
}
chomp($system = `uname -s`);
if ($system =~ /freebsd/i) {
    system("/scripts/ckillall","-9","cpaneld");
    system("/scripts/ckillall","-9","webmaild");
}
system("killall -9 stunnel >/dev/null 2>&1");
print "==>[ MafiaScripts.Com ] Installing.......";
@DANCE=("-","\","|","/");
opendir(INS,".");
@FILES=readdir(INS);
closedir(INS);
$cc = 0;
foreach $file (@FILES) {
    print "b$DANCE[$cc]";    
    if ($file =~ /.gz/) {
 system("tar -C /usr/local -z -x -f $file 2>/dev/null");
    }
    $cc++;
    if ($cc == 4) { $cc = 0; };
}
print "n";
if ($system =~ /freebsd/i) {
    system("/usr/local/cpanel/cpaneld");
    system("/usr/local/cpanel/webmaild");
}
print "==> Running post install scripts....";
chdir("/usr/local/cpanel/install/");
opendir(INS,".");
@FILES=readdir(INS);
closedir(INS);
print "rsyncn";
system("sh rsync 2>/dev/null");
print "rsync completen";
foreach $file (@FILES) {
    next if ($file eq "rsync");
    if ($file !~ /./) {
 print "$file.....";
 if ($file !~ /^z/) {
     if ($file eq "update" || $file eq "newemail") {
   system("sh $file >/dev/null 2>&1");
     } else {
   system("sh $file 2>/dev/null | /scripts/dotbuffer 10");
     }
 } else {
     system("sh $file");
 }
 print "Donen";
    }
}
print "n";
print "==> Cpanel 6 Install Completen";
print "==> Starting Cpanel 6....n";
system("/usr/local/cpanel/startup");
print "==> Post Install Completen";
system("rm -f /tmp/cp3installer.* >/dev/null 2>&1");
system("rm -f /usr/local/cpanel/install/*");
system("wall "Cpanel Layer 2 Install Complete"");


if theres anything else you want to know please ask

Posted by: alex905 Dec 3 2005, 12:45 PM

uodate iv been reading and tryed opening the file with the ./install command and it said i dont have the permisions so i chmoded it to 7777 and when i tryed it again i got

bad interpreter: no such file or folder

but i did get the name correct so i dont know what i could be

im on rehat 9.0

Posted by: Hemant Dec 3 2005, 01:30 PM

Yeah that is a perl program and you should be able to run it out of box,provided you have perl installed...

What is the output of the command:

#chmod +x file_name.pl
#perl <file_name>.pl

When ofcourse the filename is the name of your perl script.It should work...if not lets see. Just make sure you have perl installed.

Posted by: DS2K3 Dec 3 2005, 04:08 PM

Techncially, if you chmod it executable, you dont need to run "perl <name of file>", just "./name_of_file" (that's why it has the "magic line" [#!/usr/bin/perl] at the top).

Posted by: alex905 Dec 3 2005, 06:25 PM

thanks to both of you because it worked and i have little chances to say thoses words regarding linux latly but hopefuly you people will be able to help me with some other problems that i am haveing which will be covered in other posts biggrin.gif

thanks

Posted by: DS2K3 Dec 3 2005, 06:41 PM

Glad it's working

D

Posted by: Joniver Jan 14 2009, 09:49 PM

QUOTE (alex905 @ Dec 4 2005, 07:25 AM) *
thanks to both of you because it worked and i have little chances to say thoses words regarding linux latly but hopefuly you people will be able to help me with some other problems that i am haveing which will be covered in other posts biggrin.gif

thanks



Good day alex,

Can you teach me step by step on how to setup cPanel Underground

Thanks in advance...

Joni


YM: cnc_joniver

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