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I am a retired web host provider ,we used to provide free webhosting for reurned servicemen in US UK and here in Australia. Until I retired they deleted them all.After my complaining theyve given me a shared server but Im not allowed to use admin privelidges. Obviously I jumped at ir. It seems I was a bit too keen because I have no access to mysql or php. I'm not sure what is the best way around this. I need to provide accounts but don't need accounting(creditcard etc) Simply need to have a way to supply free webhosting . I have been recomended phpmywebhosting but can't seem to get it started. The site is freehostultra.com You can see where I've started and got stuck at www.freehostultra.com/install/ I know it's probablt an easy fix but does anyone have a way to install all php,sql,in one go remotely via ftp? Regards Hey It's for a good cause) Regards Allan Optus australia

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