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This cmd works stand alone and I used lynx with my previous host. Any thoughts?
Is it possible to install HHVM in my VPS account? I am planning on a datafeed-based e-commerce site and I really need HHVM installed in order for faster speed.
I searched around and it looks like "Ubuntu 14.04" is required for HHVM installation/setup (please correct me if I'm wrong).
I know that Inmotion VPS plan comes with CentOS 6, so I was wondering if it's possible to have CentOS 6 switched to Ubunto instead, so I can install HHVM. OR is there other way to achieve this?
Thank you in advance!
This page https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/ tells me that:
"In our test, your server responded in 3 seconds. There are many factors that can slow down your server response time. "
So this problem is new.. and I am wondering what happened with your services? will this problem persist? an should I change my hosting?
Can I create a user account for this purpose? If so, how? I tried creating another cPanel user through WHM but became tangled with domains, etc.
Should I just create a user account at the command line while ssh as root? This makes me nervous since I do not fully understand how InMotion has configured CentOS.
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