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Old 18th August 2006, 22:21
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Lightbulb ISPCONFIG Request PHPBB self installer

Here is and Idea that would help.

Would it be possible for some one to create something like Fantasio so customer could self install certain forums.

EXP: PHP-NUKE (PNC), PHPBB, BLOG

This to me would help a lot.
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Have a look here: http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1810
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This would be an great feature.

I'm using ISPConfig for several intranet solutions, we like give the posibility to install some packages like Joomla, Joomla + Joomlaboard, Joomla + DOCman, SugarCRM, WebERP, and some others. Now we have to go on-site or dial-in to install these packages.

I'm just a simple user, but isn't it posible to have all programs installed into /srv/www/web0/www/joomla1
/srv/www/web0/www/joomla2
/srv/www/web0/www/joomla3
/srv/www/web0/www/crm
/srv/www/web0/www/erp

When the user is creating a new website they can choose witch available programs they want to copy to the .../web1/, .../web2/ ao domains they create.

In my opinion we only need to create a database and copy some modified conf files, or am I wrong?

I had a look at http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1810 , this seems to be a great solution, but it confuse me, is it so difficult ?? I ask a PHP programmer to greate the solution as I described, but when I see their difficulties I think it better to stop him.

Is the Fantasio-like functionality planned into new releases of ISP-Config?

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Old 27th August 2006, 12:28
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Originally Posted by Hendrikus Postma
This would be an great feature.

I'm using ISPConfig for several intranet solutions, we like give the posibility to install some packages like Joomla, Joomla + Joomlaboard, Joomla + DOCman, SugarCRM, WebERP, and some others. Now we have to go on-site or dial-in to install these packages.

I'm just a simple user, but isn't it posible to have all programs installed into /srv/www/web0/www/joomla1
/srv/www/web0/www/joomla2
/srv/www/web0/www/joomla3
/srv/www/web0/www/crm
/srv/www/web0/www/erp

When the user is creating a new website they can choose witch available programs they want to copy to the .../web1/, .../web2/ ao domains they create.

In my opinion we only need to create a database and copy some modified conf files, or am I wrong?
This might be sufficient for some CMS systems, but in most cases you will have to create the database, fill it with individual values depending n the installation directory, create the config files, chmod / chown files and directories etc.

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Is the Fantasio-like functionality planned into new releases of ISP-Config?
It is not planned yet by the core developers, but if someone writes such an application for ISPConfig, we will integrate it.
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Hi!

I was looking at the thread: http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1810 last night. It looked really interessting, an prommising! I was really glad to find something like that to ISP-C.
But the sad thing is that the projekt appeared to die, or is it still alive? If so, where can i download it to try it?

Cheers LeLLeL!
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I'm not sure if there has ever been a release of this project...
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