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  1. Better than that, if your a reseller you can login to any of your resold accounts with the main PW for your main account.
  2. Well, CUTE_FTP PRO is the ULTIMATE Windows FTP Client. It has built in everything you could think of and site to site transfers are one of the options. It's an expensive program and they've thought of almost anything. I've got the feature to work on other FTP servers, but not at TCH. I get ERROR:> SRC: Syntax error, command unrecognized. ERROR:> Site-to-site transfer failed.
  3. I read in another thread that the fullpath to access raw logs is at... /usr/local/apache/domlogs/****** I get 'Permission denied' when trying to access the file. I know it exists there to because if I change one character of the domain name I get a 'file doesn't exist' error. I'm trying to make a bandwidth monitoring script so that I can keep track of bandwidth of 20 (maybe 20 times 10 in a week or two) websites. I've tried using the built in functions of WHM to access the bandwidth quote, no avail. I've thought about parsing pages from WHM, but that's just idiotic. I also thou
  4. I get the error: Warning: file(/usr/local/apache/domlogs/****): failed to open stream: Permission denied in /home/wcl/public_html/bw.php on line 5 I'm just trying to open the file and read it ofcourse. I don't need/want to write to it. Here is the PHP I am using.. <? $a = file('/usr/local/apache/domlogs/wclmanagement.com'); echo $a; ?>
  5. Is there a way to do site to site transfers? I am using cute FTP pro. >STATUS:> SRC: Login successful. COMMAND:> SRC: PWD SRC: 257 "/" is current directory. STATUS:> SRC: Home directory: / STATUS:> SRC: This site supports features. STATUS:> SRC: This site supports SIZE. STATUS:> SRC: This site can resume broken downloads. STATUS:> Getting file information from latest listing ("/www/dance.wmv2"). STATUS:> Getting file information from latest listing ("/dance.wmv2"). STATUS:> Site to site configuration #1: source - PASV, destination - PORT.
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