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#1 Abdul Sami

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Posted 17 March 2015 - 07:37 PM

Today I Will Teach You How To Install SWIFT PANEL + Cs 1.6 Game Files

 

STEPS:

 

1. rpm -Uvh http://download.fedo...-6-8.noarch.rpm

 

2. rpm -Uvh  http://rpms.famillec...i-release-6.rpm

 

3. yum update

 

4. yum install Httpd(already installed)

 

5: Yum install php

 

6: Yum --enablerepo=remi install mysql mysql-server

 

7: Service mysqld start

 

8: /usr/bin/mysql_secure_installation

 

9:Disable Root Login:(N)

Remove Test Database And Login To It (Y)

Remove Anonymous User's(Y)

Reload Privilages Tables(Y)

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Now To Install DATABASE For Swift Panel:

 

1: mysql -u root -p

 

2: CREATE DATABASE gpanel;

 

3: CREATE USER 'gpanel'@localhost IDENTIFIED BY 'gpanel1';

 

4: GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON gpanel.* TO 'gpanel'@localhost;

 

5: use gpanel;

----------------------------------------------------
hostname -  localhost
username - gpanel
name    -  gpanel
paswword - gpanel1
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Now Upload The Swift Panel Files To Your Server
Download Swift Panel Files From: gamepanel.net
After Uploading Your Game Files
Go To: yourip/install Or yourip/dir/install
Rename Configuration-dist To Configuration
Now There Will Be SSH2 Left
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SSH2 Install 
 
1: yum install gcc php-devel php-pear libssh2 libssh2-devel
 
2: pecl install -f ssh2
After running that command, it should stop at a line like:
..
........done: 22,740 bytes
5 source files, building
running: phpize
Configuring for:
PHP Api Version:         20041225
Zend Module Api No:      20060613
Zend Extension Api No:   220060519
libssh2 prefix? [autodetect] :
 
3: All you have to do is hit Enter and it should detect the proper path. Once the install is completed, you just have to tell PHP to load the extension when it boots.

touch /etc/php.d/ssh2.ini
echo extension=ssh2.so > /etc/php.d/ssh2.ini

 

4: /etc/init.d/httpd restart

php -m | grep ssh2

You should get a line returned with ‘ssh2′.


Abdul Sami,  :)





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