Question

how to disable "One-Click WordPress Droplet" command line script on login

When I login I get the following text:

This script will copy the WordPress installation into Your web root and move the existing one to /var/www/html.old

This setup requires a domain name. If you do not have one yet, you may cancel this setup, press Ctrl+C. This script will run again on your next login

Enter the domain name for your new WordPress site. (ex. example.org or test.example.org) do not include www or http/s

Domain/Subdomain name:

Which I can escape with Crtl C

How can I disable this script?


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Accepted Answer

Hi there,

You can disable this with the following command:

cp /etc/skel/.bashrc /root

In case you need to run it again, you can execute the following:

/opt/digitalocean/wp_setup.sh

Hope that this helps!

Best,

Bobby

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Hello @harryparkinson

You can comment out the line for the wp_setup.sh in the /etc/skel/.bashrc file or move the file as Bobby mentioned using the mv command

Regards