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    Post Phpnuke installaion

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    Download and install phpnuke
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    Requirements

    -Php
    -SQL database

    Installaion
    1. Download from www.phpnuke.org
    2. Extract everything to a folder
    3. Open Config.php and look for these items and fill them in with your username, password, sql server ip, database type, and database name

    $dbhost = "192.168.1.100"; <--Addy of the SQL Server
    $dbuname = "root"; <--Database username
    $dbpass = ""; <--Database Pass
    $dbname = "nuke"; <--Database name
    $prefix = "nuke"; <--ignore
    $user_prefix = "nuke"; <--ignore
    $dbtype = "MySQL"; <--Database type

    4. Upload all files in the html folder to the root dir of your webserver
    5. Fill the SQL database with the file "nuke.sql" that is in the SQL folder
    6. Goto http://www.yoursitehere.com and create the superuser account.
    7. Your done, now you can access the admin section and create the other nik naks.

    If this tutorial helped you please e-mail me at billgates891@billgates891.l33t.ca
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    Hmmm.... phpNuke looked like something that I was wanting to give a shot (along with postNuke), but they both didn't work for me - even with Anonymous given full reign of the database and with everything chmod'ed to 777 (though I'd never actually run it like that!!).

    I'll have to investigate further. What version of PHP are you using? Which flavor of *NIX?

    ~N~

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    5.5, 5.6

    well you might get some 500 errors...i should have said to make them 777
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    Um - you don't actually *run* things 777'd on your web-server, do you?? If so, would this just be to get the first record in, etc, and then put it back to its normal permissions?

    I took a look at your site (like the colour scheme) and changed language, etc, to ensure that it'd actually refresh the page - it did.

    I'll have to look at my system and figure out what's up. Then again, I *am* rebuilding my server into a mod'ed case ... and I may as well just go ahead and kill off the root partition and reload with a later release and do all the updates, etc., etc. Nice looking site, and hopefully I'll have something thrown up here pretty soon.

    PS: You may want to specify that you can do the clone of nuke.sql something like this:
    yourbox$ mysql <-p if nuke is password protected> nuke < nuke.sql


    ~N~

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    i don't understand what you mean.
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    Uuuhmm, this isn't actually a tut. This is the how-to-install file provided with phpNuke.
    Bleh.

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    Well i typed it up and it's alot simplier then the one that they give ya.
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    Yeah, true. Maybe you should also put up the MySQL entries.
    Bleh.

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    Originally posted here by Sick Dwarf
    Yeah, true. Maybe you should also put up the MySQL entries.
    wut do u mean?
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    What he means is what I said a while ago:
    mysql <-p if nuke is password protected> nuke < nuke.sql
    This means that, if your db "nuke" were password-ed with "b!llG4t3s", then you'd do a
    "mysql -p nuke < nuke.sql"
    then it would ask you for the password, to which you would reply "b!llG4t3s", and then it would populate the fields.

    Cool avatar icon, BTW.

    SickDwarf - is the above what you meant?

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