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    Exclamation Help! How do you install this php script?

    Hey guys!

    I'm new at all these php stuffs and have trouble trying to install a script. I've been trying to install the script, located at https://gist.github.com/820281

    I've no clue how to do this at all. Tried googling some methods, but everything that came up was too complicated for me to understand. I tried uploading it to my site but all i got was an error

    Anyone can help me on this?

    Thanks!

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    From the page you sent me to:
    Twitter autoresponder bot

    By Daniel15 (dan.cx) This is a very simple Twitter autoresponder bot. It requires PECL OAuth extension to be installed (run "pecl install oauth", or if on Windows, grab php-oauth.dll. If using cPanel you can install it via WHM). The authentication is designed for command-line usage, it won't work too well via a web browser. You'll have to sign up for an application on Twitter's site to get the consumer key and secret.

    Could be modified to be more advanced (match regular expressions to answer questions, etc.)


    Think I would go the cPanel route.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunfighter View Post
    From the page you sent me to:
    Twitter autoresponder bot

    By Daniel15 (dan.cx) This is a very simple Twitter autoresponder bot. It requires PECL OAuth extension to be installed (run "pecl install oauth", or if on Windows, grab php-oauth.dll. If using cPanel you can install it via WHM). The authentication is designed for command-line usage, it won't work too well via a web browser. You'll have to sign up for an application on Twitter's site to get the consumer key and secret.

    Could be modified to be more advanced (match regular expressions to answer questions, etc.)


    Think I would go the cPanel route.
    Hey!

    Thanks for your reply! Problem is, i have no idea how to do it in cpanel either, im a complete newbie at this ):

    Thanks!

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    No offense hexathane, but this line
    The authentication is designed for command-line usage, it won't work too well via a web browser. You'll have to sign up for an application on Twitter's site to get the consumer key and secret.
    Tells me you are going to be lost and should look for another solution for what you want to do.


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