[Setup] New implementation of Plone on bluehost.com

Nathan Van Gheem vangheem at gmail.com
Wed Jul 30 06:50:29 UTC 2008

Hi Jack,

    Go http://plone.org/products/plone and download the linux version.
There is a readme in there that describes how you can install plone.
Basically, just run the install.sh script to install plone.  I'm not sure
how it will work for you though.  How much rights do you have on the server,
because you'll need gcc installed.

You might need to package it yourself if you don't have gcc installed on the

-Nathan Van Gheem

On Tue, Jul 29, 2008 at 10:39 PM, Jack Mullaney <jackmullaney at yahoo.com>wrote:

> I have subscribed to Bluehost.com which provides cms hosting.  They have
> support for druple, joomla, and *9* other CMS products, but not Plone!
> I would like to add Plone to these!
> I have installed Plone on my pc and no prob, but on Bluehost, I'm not sure
> what to do.Here's what I have:
> I have a site (mySite.com) on Bluehost.  They say I can install Plone in my
> web root directory (mySite/public_html) and I will have admin rights to it.
> Their advice is to ftp the 'install zip' into my root, unzip it, run the
> executable, and that should be that.They run Apache 2.2.9 on unix, and
> although Plone should work, they will not support me in the installation.
> Also, should it matter, they run Python on Linux.
> So, what files should I ftp to my root, and which is the executable?
> Thanks,
> Jack
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