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    YMMV, but I've never had good luck with HPs. I...

    YMMV, but I've never had good luck with HPs. I ordered two desktops from them a few years back. At first the CD drive didn't work in one of them, I tried everything and finally opened it up to find...
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    I'm not sure exactly how small you're talking...

    I'm not sure exactly how small you're talking here, but if you've got it in your budget I'd definitely recommend WHMCS (http://whmcs.com). It's easy to set up and use, has great reporting features,...
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    On my Fantastico if I scroll down to "Site...

    On my Fantastico if I scroll down to "Site Builders" (as opposed to "Content Management"), there are two options: "Pro Edition" and "Template Express". "Pro Edition" installs the basic version of...
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    Wordpress (http://wordpress.org) is always good...

    Wordpress (http://wordpress.org) is always good for basic CMS functions. Although it's a blogging app, you can easily create static pages and add plugins to extend functionality.

    We've had good...
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    I've been using it lately for all projects that...

    I've been using it lately for all projects that only need a general, well-rounded CMS. I stumbled upon it in sort of the frame of mind you did - after months to years of desperately hacking other...
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    I've always found email piping to be rather...

    I've always found email piping to be rather finicky in cPanel, but I think you problem here is that you do need to include the username in the directory structure. So it would be:
    ...
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    I had used Dada Mail on a client site a few...

    I had used Dada Mail on a client site a few months ago. It worked quite nicely as a discussion list once it was configured correctly (which did take a little tinkering...) We ended up switching...
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    That's the other one I was thinking of......

    That's the other one I was thinking of... couldn't remember it off hand and also I don't think I'd ever gotten it to work. Probably because I was using php /path/to/script.php instead of...
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    Also, just a thought, but if this IS in your...

    Also, just a thought, but if this IS in your public_html and you don't want just anyone to be able to run the script, create a password in your script:


    if(isset($_GET['password']))
    {
    ...
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    I've seen several ways to do it, but this is one...

    I've seen several ways to do it, but this is one of the cron jobs I run:


    wget -q http://yourdomain.com/script.php

    You can add GET variables to the end of it also:


    wget -q...
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    Dynamic Uptime Updates

    I wrote this little snippet the other day to get the current uptime stats of the server and display them on my site.


    <?php
    function get_include_contents($filename) {
    ob_start();
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    Javi, here's what I did... 1. upload files 2....

    Javi, here's what I did...

    1. upload files
    2. create a database while uploading
    3. import SQL/mysql.initial.sql
    4. rename main.inc.php.dist to main.inc.php
    5. rename db.inc.php.dist to...
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