Updating modules and themes requires ftp access to your server
To be able to install modules and themes in Drupal straight from the browser without any FTP access and without downloading and configuring stuff, read on.
This guide will explain how to achieve this on your own server, so admin Drupal user can install a module automatically in seconds without worrying about where to download and how to unpack and upload stuff.
Of course, the problem is that the community works differently on different modules.I had a VPS that was among the casualties there, so maybe I'm a little more sensitive to these issues right now, but I'd like security to be (remain? Hi Kirk, Please click through the 2nd round wireframes, or go visit this issue at d.o.We're actually a little hyper paranoid about security. I wrote most of the underlying API layer here: So you can see how that works.So without further ado: Sure, we've all got our methods, but the point of this is to provide something for people who don't know how to use such tools.So that every new Drupal users can quickly and easily update their modules and themes, without ever hitting FTP or the command line.
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People will have to provide their ssh/ftp creds when installing and we won't store the password. Best, Jacob Hi Jacob - thanks for the pointer, I overlooked those links. That's an interesting approach - seems to negate my concerns quite well. The local Drupal site downloads the file from d.o 2.