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UnrealIRCD "Custom Button" project?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by NightStorm, Dec 12, 2004.

  1. NightStorm

    NightStorm Guest

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    I have a project for anyone who's bored. I need to set up a custom button for admin to be able to restart a copy of UnrealIRCD from Plesk (the server runs under the Admin account, in the /home/admin/UnrealIRCD directory, and the command to start it is "/home/admin/UnrealIRCD/unreal start", the command to stop it is "/home/admin/UnrealIRCD/unreal stop", and the command to reload the config file is "/home/admin/UnrealIRCD/unreal rehash".
    This custom button thing is real confusing though, and the stuff I set up is... well, lets just say that it did not work.
    If anyone is REAL bored, I'd like it to have a custom buttons setup that would look in "/home/httpd/vhosts/<domainname>/UnrealIRCD/" and execute the commands above, but at the userlevel of <ftpuser>.
    Anyone up to the task? I can't promise pay right now, but discussion is possible depending on what the requested rate is... as it stands right now, it would be more of a learning experience for the person taking this on... but if anyone is willing to try and succeeds, I'd be more than willing to talk to my partners about a possible payment.
    Sound like fun? ;)
     
  2. nos4

    nos4 Guest

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    i think i might be interested in doint this.
    but my time is really booked right now.
    leave me a msnger contact in a priv msg i will contact you .
     
  3. NightStorm

    NightStorm Guest

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    I'd love to, but it seems the administrator has disabled PMs... and it also says that I can not email you.
    Just shoot me a mail at nightstorm at ceshosting.net when you've got a few... I still haven't talked to the other owner about a payment, so no telling how much he's willing to spend on it (if any... things are getting expensive enough as it is), so if you want a payment, toss in a ballpark figure for the code as well.
     
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