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From Carlos Carcamo <eazyd...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] mod_userdir question
Date Wed, 03 Dec 2014 15:07:24 GMT
Thanks all for answer.

I have a website (http://cshluesocc.org) and is on /var/www/, is
hosted on a cloud vps, I have created some users for my friends on it
and I've enabled mod_userdir so they can use their public_html
directory.
They want try some tecnologies (maybe python, golang, node.js,
whatever) to build their own web projects on their user space
something like this http://cshluesocc.org/~oswaldo/, thats why i'm
asking about if they can use another language different to php in
order to achieve their goal.

Thanks for reply, I'll take a look to mod_cgi.

2014-12-03 3:40 GMT-06:00 Pete Houston <ph1@openstrike.co.uk>:
> As Carlos's question suggests that he might be quite new to all this,
> it's probably worth pointing out that for simple, low-volume
> applications there is no requirement to load any language-specific
> module into apache. All one needs is mod_cgi (or mod_cgid) to get
> started and then it's pretty trivial to run scripts in any chosen
> language supported by the O/S.
>
> Of course, Daniel's advice to embed the interpreter through mod_lua (or
> mod_python, mod_perl, mod_ruby, ...) is sound for larger,
> single-language applications and there are alternatives like mod_fcgi
> which can get close to the best of both worlds. But for someone
> starting out and just looking at a proof of concept it is likely the
> case that the simplicity of mod_cgi(d) would make the easiest starting
> point.
>
> ObLink: http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.4/howto/cgi.html
>
> Pete
> --
> Openstrike - improving business through open source
> http://www.openstrike.co.uk/ or call 01722 770036 / 07092 020107



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