rdsteph at earthlink.net
Mon May 14 04:53:18 CEST 2001
Thanks, I will check out hurrah.com.
> Ron Stephens wrote:
> > 2. Zope. My web site hosting service does not allow CGI. Rather than
> > switch to a hosting service that allows me to use CGI (and rather than
> > switch to a service that allows me to run my own web server and use
> > server side Python), can I set up a Zope server on my home machine. I
> > have cable modem and my ISP seems to give me an always-on numerical IP
> > address that always stays the same. Can I set up Zope, and have a link
> > from my web page to my home IP address just to run the Python scripts
> > interactively? I have set up Zope but can not figure out yet how to
> > connect to it remotely.
> Check out hurrah.com. I have been using them for zope hosting for a while.
> They have been very reliable and their prices are very reasonable. You even
> get ssh access to the machine and your own complete zope server so you can
> even change the code for zope or upgrade the version if you want.
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