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September 24, 2015, 02:29:45 AM
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I found 'Bitcoin Poker' here [1], but can't install the prerequisites to my shared hosting plan.

I'm looking for some sort of webapp which I can install to my hosted Litespeed server (Apache/MySQL/PHP).

I can install Drupal through Softaculous' interface, if that'd provide a way to install a crypto webapp...

What are my options?

Thanks,
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https://github.com/hippich/Bitcoin-Poker-Room
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September 24, 2015, 12:11:12 PM
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This should readily come with an installation guide but you can as well get someone on fiverr to install this for you via teamviewer for a token of $5 btc.
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September 24, 2015, 01:04:56 PM
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sorry I can't help you but I would be interested to see a screenshot of this
poker room

is there one available?
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September 24, 2015, 01:09:58 PM
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You can't run this software in a shared hosting you need a vps. I have 100$ of credit for digitalocean I can sell it to you. 1 vps cost $5 there.
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September 25, 2015, 11:49:26 AM
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You can't run this software in a shared hosting you need a vps. I have 100$ of credit for digitalocean I can sell it to you. 1 vps cost $5 there.
On the contrary this can be hosted on a shared hosting provided it have enough storage for it.

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September 25, 2015, 01:34:20 PM
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You can't run this software in a shared hosting you need a vps. I have 100$ of credit for digitalocean I can sell it to you. 1 vps cost $5 there.
On the contrary this can be hosted on a shared hosting provided it have enough storage for it.
That is not true, you can't run perl in a shared hosting or modify whatever you want you need a vps which is really cheap, just $5, for the use his going to use it is enough, and in digitalocean you can get $100 easily in github student pack and if you don't want to wait you can get $10 from a referral code.
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September 26, 2015, 04:38:58 PM
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You can't run this software in a shared hosting you need a vps. I have 100$ of credit for digitalocean I can sell it to you. 1 vps cost $5 there.
On the contrary this can be hosted on a shared hosting provided it have enough storage for it.
That is not true, you can't run perl in a shared hosting or modify whatever you want you need a vps which is really cheap, just $5, for the use his going to use it is enough, and in digitalocean you can get $100 easily in github student pack and if you don't want to wait you can get $10 from a referral code.
I don't really fancy argument but we are only trying to clear a point here, I have seen some shared webhosting companies having perl options in their user panel.

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