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WordPress One-Click on Cloud Sites

click cms Content Management Systems one-click wordpress Cloud Sites We are pleased to introduce the WordPress Installer on Cloud Sites. This feature has been in the works for some time, so thank you for your patience as we worked this out. Now that this ...

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Zipit Backup Utility for Cloud Sites - Linux

The Zipit Backup Utility is a tool that enables users to compress and back up data on Cloud Sites, including files and mysql databases. All backups are stored on your Rackspace Cloud Files account. The backups are done on a site-by-site basis and are init ...

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Can I Purchase a SSL Certificate From The Rackspace Cloud?

Unfortunately, we do not provide the actual SSL certificates. Please see our article on which SSL certificates we support, you will need to purchase your cert from a supported vendor.  Click here for a list of supported SSL certificates. There is a fee as ...

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Creating A Simple ASP.NET Site For the Main Cloud Sites Account

NOTE: This article is written for our Classic Cloud Cloud Control Panel . You can access this interface from the New Cloud Control Panel by clicking your username in the upper-right of the control panel and selecting "Classic Cloud Control Panel" ...

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Installing Gallery on Cloud Sites

NOTE: This article is written for our Classic Cloud Cloud Control Panel . You can access this interface from the New Cloud Control Panel by clicking your username in the upper-right of the control panel and selecting "Classic Cloud Control Panel" ...

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How Do I Setup customErrors In ASP/.NET on Cloud Sites?

You can enable custom error messages for your ASP .NET application defaulted to Windows/IIS by using a web.config file with a "customErrors" setting configured. We have included example web.config files below.  For more detailed information refe ...

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How Do I Enable Detailed Errors In Classic ASP and Server Side Errors on Cloud Sites?

You can enable detailed error messages for your classic ASP site defaulted to Windows/IIS by using a web.config file with the following code. This is useful in diagnosing issues with a site but for security reasons should be turned off once the site is in ...

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Install and use Joomla on Cloud Sites

NOTE: This article is written for our Classic Cloud Control Panel . You can access this interface from the New Cloud Control Panel by clicking your username in the upper-right of the control panel and selecting "Classic Cloud Control Panel". Pre ...

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How To Install Magento on Cloud Sites

Note:  We've had reports of problems using Magento with Cloud Sites.  We cannot provide support for Magento on Cloud Sites so we do not recommend using it at this time.  This article is made available for archival purposes only. This article will sho ...

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Installing OSCommerce on Cloud Sites

This article will show you how to install OSCommerce version 2.2 onto your site with The Rackspace Cloud. Please note that this article assumes you have already selected either PHP4 or PHP5 as your default technology, you have already setup a MySQL databa ...

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Installing Serendipity on Cloud Sites

NOTE: This article is written for our Classic Cloud Control Panel . You can access this interface from the New Cloud Control Panel by clicking your username in the upper-right of the control panel and selecting "Classic Cloud Control Panel". If ...

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Rackspace Cloud Essentials 5 - Tips and Tricks for .htaccess and web.config

In this article we're going to take a look at the .htaccess file and the web.config file. We'll discuss what they are, and how they're used with Cloud Sites. If you are using Windowa IIS, ASP/.NET then please click the web.config link to sk ...

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Install And Use Drupal on Cloud Sites

NOTE: This article is written for our Classic Cloud Control Panel . You can access this interface from the New Cloud Control Panel by clicking your username in the upper-right of the control panel and selecting "Classic Cloud Control Panel". NOT ...

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Installing WordPress on Cloud Sites

NOTE: This article is written for our Classic Cloud Control Panel . You can access this interface from the New Cloud Control Panel by clicking your username in the upper-right of the control panel and selecting "Classic Cloud Control Panel". In ...

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Modified Medium Trust on Cloud Sites

The Rackspace Cloud’s Windows environment operates in modified Medium Trust. Contents 1 Overview 2 Running Applications under Medium Trust 2.1 DotNetNuke 2.2 ASPDotNetStoreFront 2.3 Umbraco 2.4 BlogEngine 2.5 mojoPortal 3 Partially Trusted Callers 4 Other ...

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Allowing Snapshots Without Detaching the Volumes

by John Strunk One of the most common things the Cloud Block Storage (CBS) team hears from you, our customers, is: "Allowing snapshots without detaching the volumes would be a really handy solution for data protection, just saying…" This brings ...

How can I implement an e-commerce site?

While Cloud Sites is not designed for credit card storage and is not PCI compliant, it can be used as a flexible front-end to a payment gateway.  For more information, see our article on utilizing Cloud Sites in an e-commerce solution . Cloud Sites Web Te ...

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What are the PHP configuration limits for Cloud Sites?

The maximum values for PHP configuration options via .htaccess are: Memory ( memory_limit ): 512M Upload size ( upload_max_filesize ): 500M Execution time in seconds ( max_execution_time ): 30 Note that under some circumstances, PHP may grant an additiona ...

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Getting Started with Cloud Files Streaming

You may stream video content through Cloud Files. Streaming lets you deliver video content quickly and easily, without making your users download the content first. They can begin viewing your content immediately and can jump around the video stream witho ...

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SSL/TLS

History In 1969, a remote login application known as telnet was created. Back in 1969, very few people had computers, and those who did were primarily communicating on isolated private networks. It worked exactly the way you'd think an "authenti ...

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