Forum: Ruby on Rails Rails VPS Business Hosting

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F09d113e360b156e3f4d3ddc00ccf6c3?d=identicon&s=25 Jason P. (jpfeifer)
on 2006-04-03 22:07
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Greetings,

Does anyone have experience with Rails VPS hosting?  I'm basically
looking for a hosting reseller option so I can have control of my
clients domains and hosting.  I'm looking for something easy to use;
although I like learning it all, and am learning a lot, I am most
definitely not a command line linux user type as of yet.

The one that I've looked at that perked my interest is
http://www.rimuhosting.com.  Anyone had any experience with them?  Even
just plain comments or issues to do with VPS hosting in general are much
appreciated.  I'm more of a designer progressing to developer so am
learning and appreciate the info...

Thanks,

Jason
Kelly Felkins (Guest)
on 2006-04-03 22:22
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Many of us have commented on rimu in the past.

http://search.gmane.org/search.php?group=gmane.com...

-Kelly
Rick Olson (Guest)
on 2006-04-03 23:02
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> Does anyone have experience with Rails VPS hosting?

Ezra has a great article on setting up the Rails stack on Rimuhosting
(probably applicable to any Debian VPS):
http://brainspl.at/rails_stack.html

Take Kelly's suggestion and search the list though, there has been a
lot of discussion on this in the past.

--
Rick Olson
http://techno-weenie.net
Toby Sterrett (Guest)
on 2006-04-03 23:09
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On Apr 3, 2006, at 2:00 PM, Rick Olson wrote:

> Ezra has a great article on setting up the Rails stack on Rimuhosting
> (probably applicable to any Debian VPS):
> http://brainspl.at/rails_stack.html

I bought a $19.95/month account at Rimu and followed Ezra's setup to
the letter and it works great, I recommend it. The only thing that
I've seen as a downside so far is that the tutorial sets up Ruby
1.8.2 and not 1.8.4 but if you know what you're doing that shouldn't
be a problem. Ezra, if you read this, thanks for the instructions, it
made it very painless, and Rimu have been very responsive and nice to
deal with.

Toby
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