This should be very easy for anyone familiar with installing Fantastico scripts... and/or WordPress.
I have a server at EV1 and it has Fantastico installed - BUT it does NOT have the script for WordPress as one of the options.
It was a default option when the server was originally purchased, but there was a problem with some hardware and EV1 replaced the hard drive... but the WordPress script in Fantastico did not get transferred. Now EV1 says they do not support WordPress and it should have never been on my server to begin with - arrghh. : (
I need to be able to create a blog for any website on that server.
All that's needed is for WordPress to be installed under Fantastico on my WHM so all the individual domain cPanels can create a blog. (hope that makes sense).
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