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cannot upload plugin to plugin directory

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1:51 pm
February 13, 2012



I downloaded and tried to install the referring-domains plugin.

It seems I am unable to drop the .pm plugin file into my hostprovider's plugin directory


Is there an alternate way to call the plugin via the .conf file? That is to say, can I drop the plugin into a directory that I do have access to, and then explicitly specify the plugin' s path within the .conf ?

For example:

LoadPlugin="../???/???/???/referring_domains_by_internetofficer 100 10"


Thanks, kindly.

3:27 pm
February 13, 2012



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AWStats does not allow to specify the plugin path within the LoadPlugin directive.

You will need to setup your own AWStats installation or you have to convince your hosting company to add the plugin in the AWStats plugin directory.

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