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Old 14th March 2011, 16:13
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Anybody here experience installing Node.js?

http://howtonode.org/how-to-install-nodejs#hello
Can I install it without messing up the ispconfig installation?
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Old 14th March 2011, 16:25
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node.js is a javascript library, so its independant of the webserver and should not interfere with ispconfig.
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Old 14th March 2011, 16:58
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Can somebody tell me how to set it up for use on for example on 1 of my websites?

(This script uses node.js http://streamie.org/)
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Old 17th March 2011, 22:41
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I am not sure of the layout of your site, but you just need to throw it into a /js folder. Then add

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<script type="text/javascript" src="path-to-script/js/node.js"></script>
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Hey Guys,

Node.JS is NOT a javascript file nor is it client-side. It's a server-side runtime so you can write server-side javascript. With regards to ISPConfig, I dont see it as having support for custom daemons, so I doubt you can use it to manage Node.JS, but at the same time, I would think it's okay to run Node.JS on a separate port alongside ISPConfig daemons.

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