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ClouSE on Shared Hosting

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  • Plugin Author Artem Livshits
    Member

    @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.

    Tony.N
    Member

    @tonyn-1

    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
    Member

    @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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