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I just was able to get RhodeCode[^] installed and configured on my Windows Server 2012 server in true 64-Bit goodness! I followed the Windows Install Guide in the documentation, which was set up for 32-Bit. I looked through the VC bin folder and found the x64 Win64 Visual studio 2008 command prompt shortcut, and used that to get the app installed. And it WORKS! Now all I have to do is get it served through Apache with mod_wsgi, which I also built as there were no Windows binaries for Apache 2.4.
I also am going to install bugzilla on the server. I am doing this so that I know how to when I get some web hosting set up for myself.
And on that note, what (inexpensive) web hosts do you guys recommend? I need Windows Server, with the ability to install Apache, Jenkins, Python, Mercurial, RhodeCode, Bugzilla, and Wordpress (which I will be using for my website). I also need .NET 4.5 support. I am a college student, so I don't have all that much money, but I am trying to find a job.
Yeah. I actually am a part of the ACM, but I don't know what perks that actually gives me. I am thinking of getting and setting up several personal servers, and leaving the web development side alone for now.
I do know that the ACM at Ivy Tech has an annual computer sale.
I also hit a snag with Apache refusing to serve RhodeCode's static content (e.g. CSS, JS, Images). Not sure what happened there. I also tried running RhodeCode's built in Paster server (it is the WSGI "Glue" for the Pylons web framework) as a Windows Service, but it refuses to run. It starts then stops. I will have to look into that some more.
Jenkins does work (I set it up some time ago), but I don't have any kind of redirect in place for it.
I am not an Apache Guru of any sort, so I have no clue what went wrong with the static content.
I've lived in Xenia my entire life. Our attitude these days is "Pah, it's just an F-3."
will be shoveling snow in at lest two places this morning. Oh, joy
This snowfall was perfect for me. I've got a little electric snowblower I inherited from my mother. It works well as long as the snow is less than six inches deep and is powder rather than wet and slushy. I cleared my driveway and sidewalks last night in about 20 minutes, when it normally takes about 90 with the shovel.