OT: Looking for a cheap web hosting ISP
ambassador at fourthworld.com
Thu Oct 20 00:49:14 CDT 2005
Dan Shafer wrote:
> Yeah, I think it's the same problem, Andre.
I currenlty use an ISP that maintains a server farm preconfigured
specifically for Rev CGI. So while I'll stay there for now, this does
raise a MUCH bigger question for those of us looking to sell server-side
Can Rev be compiled in such a way that it doesn't need the GUI libs
while running as a CGI?
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> On Oct 19, 2005, at 8:57 PM, Andre Garzia wrote:
>> if it still the same problem that I saw when I was there during
>> RevConWest is a old version of libC (GLIBC), Rev is linked to a new
>> one, it's hard to upgrade libc... I never tried, too spooky for me.
>> On Oct 20, 2005, at 1:49 AM, Dan Shafer wrote:
>>> They are willing to run Rev CGI but so far we have been unable to do
>>> so. I haven't put any time into this but they put literally no
>>> restrictions on CGIs because each domain has its own set of CGI stuff.
>>> I think there's a missing C library of some sort that stands between
>>> me and Rev CGI on Dreamhost but if I needed it I imagine I could get
>>> that fixed.
>>> On Oct 19, 2005, at 7:15 PM, Richard Gaskin wrote:
>>>> Dan Shafer wrote:
>>>>> You cannot, in my opinion (backed by way too much research time)
>>>>> do better than DreamHost (http://www.dreamhost.com).
>>>> Do they support Rev CGI?
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