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Not install, per se, but copy to an htaccess-protected directory, use it and remove it.

Occasionally, I need perl modules built which the ISP cannot or will not install into the system-wide perl directory; with this I could PERL5LIB={local lib directory} perl Makefile.PL LIB={local lib directory}; make; make test; make install to install into a local lib directory of a site I am working on.

Some canned scripts (I admit it, I sometimes use them) require a variable set to the absolute path of some directory they need; running a simple pwd gives me the prefix of the chroot'ed site.

You cannot always spec out an ISP that permits telnet access; sometimes, while building a rep with clients, you have to work with what they've got. THEN, when they trust you enough to follow your advice, move them to another ISP

dmm


In reply to Re(2): Run arbitrary UNIX commands on webserver without telnet by dmmiller2k
in thread Run arbitrary UNIX commands on webserver without telnet by dmmiller2k

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