[Seaside] gemstone / appliance / ISP options

giorgio ferraris giorgioferraris at elevensoft.it
Sun Nov 4 10:01:33 UTC 2007


If I'm not wrong, this is just one of the two options itsme213 pointed
at: dedicated host.
I have the suspect that this is the only option for having a seaside
app running on the WEB, will it be a Gemstone, VW, Squeak or Dolphin
based one.
I would like to be wrong.
Someone know of other ways?


On Nov 4, 2007 9:34 AM, James Foster <Smalltalk at jgfoster.net> wrote:
> itsme213 wrote:
> > I've been asking some ISPs what hosting options they have to run a VMWare
> > appliance (afaik that is the only way gemstone/s web edition will be
> > available). So far the ones I have asked have all said either (a) look
> > elsewhere, or (b) dedicated hosting only.
> >
> > Is it true that this will not even be runnable (on typical ISPs) on VPS
> > hosting programs? Any ideas on ISPs to consider?
> >
> The VMware appliance is a way to get a pre-configured GLASS (GemStone,
> Linux, Apache, Seaside, Smalltalk). While we expect that it will be an
> attractive way for most people to try out GLASS, you will have the
> option of doing all the setup and configuration yourself--if that is
> what you want/need. In that case, the thing to ask for when looking for
> hosting plans is simply "64-bit Linux." For example, I just did a Google
> search for "64-bit Linux hosting" that led me to
> http://www.calpop.com/dedicated.html which offers root access to a Core
> 2 Duo with Ubuntu 64-bit Linux for $135/month.
> James Foster
> P.S. Do you have a name you are willing to share?
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