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Revision as of 23:26, 27 November 2009 by Simmaster (Created page with '__NOTOC__ ==A== * '''Apache''': A web server daemon used to serve web pages over HTTP. ''PHP'' serves data through Apache. ==B== ==C== * '''Cron job''': An automated task run on …')
- Apache: A web server daemon used to serve web pages over HTTP. PHP serves data through Apache.
- Cron job: An automated task run on a Unix/Linux/BSD computer. Required for paid hosting and post2host to work properly.
- cURL: A URL transfer library required by TheHostingTool to communicate with WHM (see below)
- httpd: See "Apache"
- MySQL: A database system that is required by TheHostingTool.
- PHP: PHP Hypertext Processor, a web-based programming language. A necessity for TheHostingTool to function.
- THT: TheHostingTool -- refers to the WHM automation script we're writing this documentation on.
- WHM: The Web Host Manager which allows license holders to create shared hosting accounts. It is possible to create, suspend and terminate accounts without an automation script, but is hard to manage if you do so.
- XML-API: The WHM XML-API used by THT to communicate with WHM through cURL.