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NetInstaller

NetInstaller lets you create setup wizards for Web applications written in PHP. Users only have to upload two files; everything else will be decompressed online on the server, created, and configured. This eliminates the need to perform tedious permission changes (with chmod) or to upload of hundred of files in order to install a PHP application onto a Web server.

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  •  11 Oct 2003 00:27

    Release Notes: The main focus for this release is HTML cleanup and getting the design as browser-independent as possible. The W3C XHTML 1.0 Transitional standard is being followed, and modern browsers should show the NetInstaller in an equal way. This release is able to support different themes within one installation.

    •  10 Oct 2003 15:26

      Release Notes: This NetInstaller MT update will introduce the main NetInstaller 1.05 version coming out in the next couple of days. The main focus for this release is HTML cleanup and getting the design as browser-independent as possible. The W3C XHTML 1.0 Transitional standard is being followd, and modern browsers should show MT in an equal way.

      •  19 Sep 2003 14:34

        Release Notes: The most interesting new feature is an integrated, form-based editor for configuration files. This editor allows you to create forms directly for your configuration files which will be shown during the installation. This allows the user to configure the installation before accessing it the first time.

        •  07 Sep 2003 13:00

          Release Notes: New features for the upcoming 1.04 release were added.

          •  31 Aug 2003 03:20

            Release Notes: The NetInstaller MT is the maintenance tool for NetInstaller installations, allowing you to uninstall or change file permissions.

            Recent comments

            29 Sep 2007 08:42 f4u

            Re: bad that this project is not developed anymore :(


            > Hi,

            > I just wanted to say that I really feel

            > it is bad that this software is not

            > developed anymore. There really doesn't

            > seem another generic "install

            > tool" for scripts. Bad :((

            >

            > Does somebody know another project like

            > that?

            > Sebastian

            Please visit the sWG project:

            http://freshmeat.net/projects/phpwe

            Upcoming releases will contain the possibility to maintain installations of any kind. Developers are still needed!

            27 Aug 2004 07:19 kurfuerst

            bad that this project is not developed anymore :(
            Hi,

            I just wanted to say that I really feel it is bad that this software is not developed anymore. There really doesn't seem another generic "install tool" for scripts. Bad :((

            Does somebody know another project like that?

            Sebastian

            08 Sep 2003 03:40 jeffcovey

            Re: Voter
            You need to read the
            FAQ.

            07 Sep 2003 13:33 f4u

            Voter
            I want to thank the unknown voter, but I'm currently asking myself how it was possible to get a 8,38 with one single vote?!

            Any ideas out there?

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