|| at Jun 21, 2013 at 8:53 am
Attempting to install spree on a cPanel system is very likely to be:
1. very hard
2. take a lot of time
3. require a lot of effort
4. Require a lot of expertise which, to be blunt, it sounds like you are
lacking which means you would need to rely in the generosity of
strangers (or pay someone) who ...
5. Do not have their own cPanel account to test on anyway.
I highly doubt if anyone in the world has spree running on a cPanel
The easiest option is to realise that you have made a mistake by
deciding on cPanel hosting and instead move on to another hosting option.
The lesson to learn is that you need to find out if a particular hosting
package can support the applications you need BEFORE buying the hosting :)
On 21/06/13 14:10, Ibrahim Quayum wrote:
Thanks for your reply. But it is really totally impossible to install
spree in cPanel? That's will be very bad for me, because i already
bought a Ruby On Rails Supported cPanel Hosting.