[Catalyst] Installing Catalyst in a hosting enviroment
danielmcbrearty at gmail.com
Thu Apr 27 13:26:35 CEST 2006
second that Daniel. I runb engoi.com on an 80MB VM at bytemark.co.uk - very
happy with the service there too. (If you sign up, please say I passed you
I really wouldn't want to be without root access. So many things you can't
do without it. Costs a bit more than cheap shared hosting, but you get a LOT
On 4/27/06, Daniel Staver <daniel at petraflux.com> wrote:
> I've found that the easiest and cheapest way to get a mod_perl based site
> hosted is to use a VPS. With a VPS you get your own virtual linux server
> with full root access and you can to whatever you want with it. I've been
> very happy with http://www.eurovps.com/. They have good prices and
> responsive support.
> Just make sure you buy a setup with enough memory, some of the setups they
> offer are a bit low.
> Daniel Staver
> > i'm starting to develop a new website and i'd like to develop
> > using Perl instead of PHP. I'm very interested on using
> > Catalyst for speeding up coding but what i can't understand
> > how to deploy my site after having developed it locally. In a
> > typical hosting enviroment (linux) you can't install Perl
> > modules as you do normally having root access to the server.
> > Is there a simple way to install Catalyst in these cases?
> > Sorry for asking so basic questions but i'm not able to find
> > clear documentation about this issue (and i'm a Perl newbie :P )
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