[Brmlab] [Noisebridge-discuss] is the tikiwiki nightmare? mediawiki install at justhost.com possible?

Ronald Cotoni setient at gmail.com
Fri Mar 4 21:39:07 CET 2011

I can host your site and migrate it easily to my fancy schmancy cpanel based
server.  I don't charge people for the most part but I won't deny donations
when you feel it is neccessary.  It is compatible with dreamhost or justhost
or any other company that uses cpanel.  This means if you say HEY I DON"T
LIKE IT, you can move easily or you can move easily to.  Anywho, I can give
you shell access.  If you need help installing with justhost hit me up via
private mail and I can give you my skype.  I can totally help you get this
done (I used to do support for a dedicated server company in chicago with
cPanel boxen).

On Fri, Mar 4, 2011 at 12:33 AM, Lee Sonko <lee at lee.org> wrote:

> Justhost doesn't list "shell" on their featurelist. It'll be a bother
> to install Mediawiki without shell access and/or some automatic
> installation feature from Justhost. I see they offer MySQL so you
> -should- be able to install Mediawiki. Maybe email them and ask.
> I'm happy with Dreamhost, it's $9/month. Use promo code
> "SPLITITWITHLEE" and I'll split a $96 referral bonus with you. (You'll
> get $48 off your first year). Dreamhost has an automatic installation
> feature and shell access. You'll want shell access to alter the
> LocalSettings.php file to do things like upload files.
> On Thu, Mar 3, 2011 at 5:38 AM, Frantisek Apfelbeck <algoldor at yahoo.com>
> wrote:
> > Hi to All!
> > My patients is gone. I've installed tikiwiki on the server of my web page
> and
> > domain provider http://justhost.com (php wiki being the only other
> option for a
> > simple installation). After a month of fight I'm starting to gave up.
> I've not
> > been able to upload an image yet and that is just one of many problems
> (it took
> > me 5 min at Noisebridge to learn how to do it). I was hoping to find easy
> to
> > access web pages which I can use as an inspiration seeing exactly how
> they are
> > written (like Noisebridge wiki). This system was amazing and I loved it.
> Now I
> > feel alone, not being able to find "easy to fallow manual", easy to
> fallow
> > templates in use and not meeting a single hacker within last month or so
> who's
> > answer to "do you know tikiwiki" would be yes" (except two who's answer
> I'll can
> > not present here but they were very specific and quite emotional).
> >
> > I wonder what shall I do? Is it possible to install at justhost the
> mediawiki?
> > If so could someone help me with that? I do not see the tikiwiki a option
> any
> > more, it just doesn't work for me, to be honest I think it sucks (at
> least for
> > me).
> >
> > Sincerely,
> >
> > Frantisek
> >
> > PS I'm not very good in making web pages that is for sure and that was
> also the
> > reason why I wanted something simple, easy to learn and with active
> support from
> > the community which I work with.
> >
> >
> >
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Ronald Cotoni
Systems Engineer
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