On Tuesday 08 March 2005 1:57 pm, Dave Goodrich wrote:
> Ken Jones wrote:
> > vhostadmin is a PHP control panel for site administrators looking
> > for an easy way to manage their virtual hosting needs via a series
> > of user-configurable plug-in modules. Because of this you have the
> > ability to write and include your own plug-ins.
> > Although still early in development, we felt it would be good to release
> > the software to the community to look over and inspect. Included
> > is some base API for authentication, communication with the vpopmail
> > daemon, and some basic event binding inside the mail and vpopmail
> > modules. The current development mail module can add a domain via
> > the vpopmail daemon.
> > Since the vpopmail daemon runs under tcpserver the PHP interface can
> > run on a seperate machine, as well as solving the PHP permissions
> > problem.
> > The current development version may be downloaded at:
> > http://www.inter7.com/?page=vhostadmin
> > Or via CVS:
> > export CVSROOT=:pserver:[EMAIL PROTECTED]:/home/cvs
> > cvs login (login with empty password)
> > cvs co vhostadmin
> > We have established a mailing list for development and use of
> > vhostadmin. To subscribe, send a blank e-mail message to
> > [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Someone not familiar with LAMP might follow the install doc and stop there,
> http://myserver.com/include/global.inc opens the cookie jar.
> Where does one find the vpopmail daemon? I downloaded a fresh copy of
> 5.4.9 and the 5.5.0-devel and didn't see it. Checked in the contrib dir
I checked the current cvs and the vpopmaild code is there, but it was not
in the Makefile.am. I also get a segfault from vadddomain which I'm trying
to track down.
In the mean time I think we will post a link on the vhostadmin site with
a version that compiles.