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Plugin Management Interface

Introduction

The plugin management interface allow to perform all task which are related to plugins management. This interface which is accessible through the settings section, is only available for administrators.

Plugin Installation

To install a plugin, you must in order:

  1. Login as admin and go to the plugin management interface
  2. Upload the plugin archive
  3. Click on the Update Plugins button
  4. Click on the installation icon

Plugin Activation

To activate a plugin, you must in order:

  1. Login as admin and go to the plugin management interface
  2. Click on the activation icon

Plugin Protection

In some cases, it can be interesting to protect a specific plugin against deactivation. For instance, the first administrator, which has full access to the server, can create other administrator accounts which have the same permissions on the panel but not an SSH access.

To protect a plugin, you must in order:

  1. Login as admin and go to the plugn management interface
  2. Click on the protect icon

Note: When clicking on the protect icone, the plugin manager creates or updates a protected_plugins.php file into the gui/data/persistent directory. This file contains a list of all protected plugins. If a plugin is listed in this file, the deactivate icone is no longer available for it in the plugin management interface.

Plugin Update

To update a plugin, you must in order:

  1. Login as admin and go to the plugin management interface
  2. Upload the plugin archive
  3. Click on the Update Plugins button

Plugin Configuration Change

To change the configuration for a specific plugin, you must in order:

  1. Edit the plugin configuration file
  2. Login as admin and go to the plugin management interface
  3. Click on the Update Plugins button

See Plugin Configuration for further details.

Plugin Deactivation

To deactivate a plugin, you must in order:

  1. Unprotect the plugin by removing it from the gui/data/persistent/protected_plugins.php (only needed if the plugin is protected)
  2. Login as admin and go to the plugin management interface
  3. Click on the deactivation icon

Plugin Uninstallation

To uninstall a plugin, you must in order

  1. Login as admin and go to the plugin management interface
  2. Click on the uninstallation icon

Plugin Deletion

To delete a plugin you must in order:

  1. Login as admin and go to the plugin mangement interface
  2. Deactivate and/or uninstall the plugin
  3. Click on the delete icon

Nuxwin 2014/02/24 05:50

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