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I don't have the cpanel password of my hosting, I want to install new module through website. It's easy in D7, how can I do it in D6.

Note: if you suggest any module, I can't install that too through ftp and I don't know drush too.

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    If the module directory is writeable from the user account used to run the web server, you can create a node whose body uses the PHP filter.
    – apaderno
    Dec 19 '14 at 18:50
  • @kiamlaluno yaa it's writable, how should I do that using php?
    – Bala
    Dec 19 '14 at 19:00
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    A place to start looking might be the update_manager_batch_project_get() function in Drupal 7. You could replicate the parts of that system you need and I'm sure you could simplify it greatly as a one off script for your own use. You could potentially run it from the execute php page the devel module provides (devel/php).
    – rooby
    Dec 19 '14 at 22:01
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If all directories are writable, you should be able to enable PHP module, create a node with PHP filter, and in that node use:

file_put_contents ( 'path_to_modules/mymodule/mymodule.info', 'name = example
description = Demonstrates how to write info file.
core = 6.x');

The same for module file.

Preferably do that with rudimentary module that will allow you to upload and extract zip / tar.gz module files as provided by Drupal.org, and then remove PHP filtered node and disable PHP module.

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