INSTRUCTIONS TO INSTALL PHP-NUKE THROUGH SOFTACULOUS IN CPANEL
Sign-in to your cPanel account.
In the “Software” > “Softaculous App Installer”.
You will be redirected from cPanel to the Softaculous Panel.
Navigate to “Portal/CMS” at the left side of your screen, click on it, “PHP-Nuke” link will appear, again, click on it.
Finally, tap on the “Install” button.
Now, write all the appropriate information in the relevant “Software Setup” fields:
Choose Protocol: leave this as it is.
Choose Domain: leave this as it is. You will only need to make changes If you have multiple domains.
In Directory: If you want to install this in a directory, like testdomain.com/forums, enter the directory name. Else, leave this blank to install in your main domain testdomain.com.
Data Directory: Leave this as it is.
Write all the appropriate information in the “Site Settings” field:
Site Name: Enter the name of your website, such as “PHP-Nuke”.
Site Description: Site Description.
Write all the appropriate information under the “Admin Account” field.
Admin Username: Your new PHP-Nuke username (Avoid using “Administrator” or the “Admin” username).
Admin Password: Type strong password.
Real Name: Write your full name
Admin Email: Write your e-mail address.
Note: Remember your admin username and password or copy that on a notepad as you will be required to add these login details for the access of the admin area of your PHP-Nuke Website.
Choose the language of your choice in the “Language” filed.
You can choose your native language. English is by-default.
Advanced Options: Again, leave it as it is. In case, you want to edit the Database name or you require an automatic backup, you may need to make changes.
Remember: Creating many backups will have most of the disk space.
At the end of your screen, click on the “install” button.