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  1. To the those who complain when they get suspended for high server usage. Heliohost is a FREE and an AMAZING host that tries its best to provide unlimited hosting. If you do need more space and storage then maybe you should have hosted an Apache server or a windows IIS server (both free) on your own computer and then you can get all your resources to yourself. Then you would be able to see that what you are hosting is slowing down everybody's hosting accounts making them not able to appreciate this AMAZING FREE HOST. Sorry if this is harsh but Thank You.
  2. Hello, I'm new to this whole webhosting thing and I was wondering if it is possible to install Apache mods with HelioHost, in particular the mod called mod_xsendfile. It seems that in order to install and configure it properly, I would need to be able to do things that HelioHost doesn't allow users to do. Is this the case?
  3. April 2019 Web Server Survey on netcraft says that Most websites now use nginx! It reminds me my original post: Tommy is useless for Production. Here is the link to survey:https://news.netcraft.com/archives/2019/04/22/april-2019-web-server-survey.html Nginx just became the most used web server among the top 1000 websites The Apache HTTP server and NGINX are the two most popular open source web servers powering the Internet today. When Igor Sysoev began working on NGINX over 10 years ago, no one expected that the project he created for the purpose of accelerating a large Apache‑based service would grow to have the influence it has now. Apache HTTP server is a solid platform for almost any web technology developed over the last 20 years, but time is showing that the architectural decisions made when the code was first laid down are becoming limiting factors in its suitability for modern web demands. Conclusion Apache and NGINX both have their place, and NGINX is clearly in the ascendency. Your requirements and experience might lead you to chose one or both, or even a different path. A monolithic architectural framework was sound practice when Apache was new and fresh, but app developers are finding that such an approach is no longer up to the task of delivering complex applications at the speed their businesses require. Microservice architecture is emerging as the wave of the future for web apps and sites, and NGINX is perfectly poised to assume its place in that architecture as the ideal application delivery platform for the modern Web from https://www.nginx.com/blog/nginx-vs-apache-our-view/ I don't want to start it again. Just saying what stats says. Most websites now use nginx we should consider too! and no I don't want to delete my account and start using vps.
  4. I have uploaded my war file and now want to deploy it. Username: tonububt war filename: WebApplication1
  5. Can anyone tell us something about HSTS option for a safer https. How to enable it. Server setup or through htaccess. Thank you.
  6. Could you please configure Apache http server to pass *.do file request to Tomcat server? Right now only *.jsp file request is passed to Tomcat server. Thank you.
  7. I have an SSL certificate installed on my domain (both example.heliohost.org and example.tk, and variants), and would like to make it so that users going to http://example.tk are redirected to https://example.tk. I am currently using mod_rewrite inside .htaccess to make this work, but every post I can find on this online says this is a last resort and that using apache virtualhosts is much better. The problem is, I have no idea where the necessary apache configuration files are located, if I need to create them, or if I even have access to them. Or, should I use cPanel's redirects along with a wildcard instead? Some other method? Thanks for any help. Edit: Also, I'm on Ricky, if that helps.
  8. Hello! I got to set up two .eu.org domains today on my account (texl), and could only do that through a complicated chain of actions: 1) Set up a DNS zone on ClouDNS for the domain; 2) Request the domain using the zone created; 3) Once aproved, change the main domain of my account to the approved domain, so the heliohost nameservers would start handling it; 4) Change the nameservers to be the heliohost ones (wouldn't work before setting as main domain); 5) Change my main domain back to what it was before; 6) Add the domain as an addon domain. I was able to make the first domain work like this, but when I get to step 6 on the second domain I am getting this error: "The domain “semulapi.eu.org” already exists in the Apache configuration." I guess all this juggling of domains and nameservers might have messed up with the apache configurations. I tried deleting the DNS zone entries related to the domain to see if the error would go away, but it didn't. Could you guys help out? As always, thank you very much for the awesome service!
  9. Hi, I can see no option in Apache modules in control panel to change URL Mapping. As you know, home directory "/" is stuffed with many items (cgibin folder, softaculous scripts, etc....). So, I see it`s safer designating another folder (such as"user/home/s" and setting site home variable to that folder instead of "user/home". My idea is that, files, srcipts, folders created and transferred by FTP should go to that folder, so that it shall be safer to delete contents and upload newer ones without fearing of deleting other basic files by mistake. This is possible by an Apache feature called "URL Mapping", but I can`t see it here, so, my question is: Is this feature available here? IF yes, how to access it? If no, is there any other way to do this? Note1: The best known solution is to change home path variable.. and I know how to do this with Apache, but this feature "URL Mapping" does not seem to be available here. Is there any another way to change home path variable, that is supported here? Note2: I may set a 301 redirect that redirects "/home/user/public_html/s/index.html" to "/home/user/public_html/index.html", but I`d like to check there are no problems here. It is more familiar to redirect a home directory to another directory, and not vice-versa... Well, how about "CNAMEs"? I was creating CNAMEs to redirect longer to shorter paths (for example:mail.domain.com instead of mail.google.com/a/domain)...well, I want to verify there`s no problem using it to change paths as described above. Thank you.
  10. Hello I just tried to do an upgrade, as requested, through the Softalicious portal, and it gave me an error: Apache: mod_rewrite module required What do I need to do? Thanks.
  11. Please help me.. First, what's happened to my account, 'cause on http://www.firm.tk said: ----- HelioHost Account Queued Ahoy! You're seeing this page because HelioHost has not gotten about to installing and configuring your account yet. This process usually takes 24 hours, and once it is complete your website should show up properly. While the account is being created we suggest taking a look at your control panel. Thanks for choosing HelioHost! We wish you good luck with your website. Sincerely, The HelioHost Staff ----- And my second problem: Please give me some directive code to let all specific query strings automatically rewrite into wildcard subdomain! My plan is all of the user who registered into my site get their own subdomain. For example: Every user get thier own query page such firm.tk/?user=name and www.firm.tk/?user=name and I want all specific queries be permanently rewrited to wildcard subdomain.. Please help..... Thank you!!
  12. Mam/Sir, http://www.firm.tk/ has test/ directory and it's already had an index.htm file. So, you could check it at: www.firm.tk/test/ The things that I've did are, I add a *.firm.tk subdomain and paste this code on the .htaccess file: RewriteEngine on RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} !^www\. RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^([^/.]+)\.firm\.tk$ RewriteRule ^ %1%{REQUEST_URI} [L] And that's all, but why test.firm.tk subdomain doesn't rewriting yet to www.firm.tk/test/ directory? Did I do something wrong? Or a HelioHost Support need to mentioned first to be able that domain to perform a wildcard subdomain? Please help and teach me a little bit to correct what I am doing, if I'm coding wrong, thank you!
  13. I got this error when i'm trying to install ssl on www.sharenwatch.info What should i do?
  14. Hi, At this moment I have a whole day trying to put a bottle app up and running on my account with any luck, can any of you guys, help me, or explain me how to achive this? I've just read this topic http://www.helionet....ttle-framework/, but nothing. I don't know what else to do. thanks in advance.
  15. Has anyone used Joomla on Helio? Hope this is the right forum. Most of the technical forums I saw here focused mainly on hacking. I do not see why IIS would be needed. Software Recommended Minimum More information PHP* 5.2 + 4.3.10 http://www.php.net MySQL** 4.1.x + 3.23 http://www.mysql.com Apache*** (with mod_mysql, mod_xml, and mod_zlib) 2.x + 1.3 http://www.apache.org Microsoft IIS**** 7 6 http://www.iis.net
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