I would try Ghost CMS, it requires “Node.js, and requires version 0.10.* (latest stable version)”. Is there any Site5 service/profile/plan that meets this requirement?
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Because Node.js is needed for Ghost CMS, you would need to look into our unmanaged VPS.
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You can install NodeJS on a managed server manually, you just have to configure and build it yourself, it’s not a managed service.
SSH into your server, once in run the following commands:
First you have to update python
Enter the following commands to download and extract Python 2.7 to your hosting account.
tar zxfv Python-2.7.2.tgz
find ~/python -type d | xargs chmod 0755
Once extracted you can use the following commands to configure and install Python.
Modify the .bashrc
For your local version of python to load you will need to add it to the .bashrc file.
Write the changes and close nano:
ctrl + o
ctrl + x
type: source ~/.bashrc
Note: You may need to logout for the environment to update.
Enter python -V to check the version of python installed.
It should say 2.7.2
Then install node following these instructions:
1. Create the directory to store the Node binaries
mkdir -m 755 node creates the folder used to store the Node.js binaries
2. Download & Compile Node.js
I like to keep all my Git downloads organized and the following tutorial is going to follow my convention on folder structures.
git clone http://github.com/joyent/node.git
You want to use HTTP over GIT as Hostmonster / Bluehost have the Git socket blocked.
Because Hostmonster / Bluehost are shared server we need to specify where to have the Node.js binaries stored
cd node Bring us to the Node.js source files
make && make install
3. Now we need to make the node command usable so do the following commands
cd ~/ puts us back at the root of our home folder
4. Now add the following line to the bottom of the file, below where you added the python path
ctrl + o
ctrl + x
6. Lets verify that everything is working. You will need to reload bash
7. Now verify that node is installed and running
You may need to logout of your shell session and back in for changes to take effect.
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