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Module installs on Windows
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Module installs on Windows
Hey all, newbie here...

Installed and using Sentora for Windows, just cos I cannot find info anywhere, how on earth do you install mods that are not in zpp format, i cannot figure how to ssh into Sentora to use command line... A quick explanation on how to do this would be amazing. 
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RE: Module installs on Windows
If you are using windows, then there is no SSH... Also, are you using AWServer with ZPanelX? As there isn't a Sentora for Windows yet. And there are no modules for Sentora/ZPanel that are not zpp.
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