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  • Plugin Author Artem Livshits

    (@artemlivshits)

    Hi Tony,

    Thank you for trying ClouSE!

    If you have root access to the server, you can follow ClouSE step-by-step installation instructions.

    If you do not have root access to the server, you can use the Media Server configuration, described in this post.

    Hi Artem,

    Thanks for your reply.

    I’m really excited about this amazing plugin, but unfortunately, I can’t use it 🙁

    I’m on a shared hosting, with no SSH access.

    I also wonder how to apply the steps you mentioned on the post you refered me to. You mention on it (use SSH or PuTTY – your hoster can help you with that). If I’m not misunderstanding, both need SSH.

    When I open corn job section on my cPanel, I just find: Add New Cron Job, then I have to choose a time frame for this job, ie.. every hour, every day, etc.. and then I have to add a single line on the command field.

    it might be trivial issues to you as geeks, but I’m some kind of a junior and not even a developer 🙁

    I can get another server with the following specifications “MySQL 5.0 PHP 5.2.17”, do you think it can work with ClouSE? I also wonder can this work with wordpress 3.5.1?

    and isn’t there any other way to install clouse?

    Thanks

    Plugin Author Artem Livshits

    (@artemlivshits)

    Hi Tony,

    You mention on it (use SSH or PuTTY – your hoster can help you with that). If I’m not misunderstanding, both need SSH.

    You are correct: you need SSH access to install and start MySQL and ClouSE binaries on your host.

    and isn’t there any other way to install clouse?

    I think you should talk to your hoster and see what they have to say. Maybe they’ll help you with installing the necessary software, or offer a different hosting plan that would allow you to do what you want. Feel free to include support (at) oblaksoft (dot) com in the conversation.

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