I am extremely new to Linux / Unix as a whole, so I apologize in advance for any ignorance that may be perceived by this question.
I am trying to execute a script to set up a control panel from the front-end of a server so I can finish setting it up. (For all of the details, I am trying to install the Minecraft control panel "Multicraft" onto my Webmin server).
However, I have ran into the challenge where I know the file's location:
But I just do not know how to execute this script from the front end, like from a browser. When I navigate to the file's location (https://xxx.xxx.xxx:10000/multicraft/panel/install.php), it just says in big, bold letters: Error - File not found.
To elaborate: I have tried accessing this page by using
http:// but for nothing. When I use
http://, it just loads a blank page with nothing on it.
I have also tried excluding the port (
:10000) from the link, but when I do that, it says that the page could not be deleted.
I have been following the tutorial for setting up the Multicraft control panel as closely as possible for the Linux 64-bit instructions. I have executed all of the commands that they provided as the root user in the ~/ directory.
The commands I have done so far are as follows:
# wget http://www.multicraft.org/download?arch=linux64 -O multicraft.tar.gz # tar xvzf multicraft.tar.gz # cd multicraft # ./setup.sh
This is all I have done so far.
What can I do to make this file executable from the likes of a web browser? I am totally confused and out of league with what I'm doing right now. Thanks in advance!