Discussion in 'General' started by ikrudolf, Mar 14, 2011.

  1. ikrudolf

    ikrudolf Member

  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    node.js is a javascript library, so its independant of the webserver and should not interfere with ispconfig.
  3. ikrudolf

    ikrudolf Member

    Can somebody tell me how to set it up for use on for example on 1 of my websites?

    (This script uses node.js
  4. dclardy

    dclardy Member

    I am not sure of the layout of your site, but you just need to throw it into a /js folder. Then add

    <script type="text/javascript" src="path-to-script/js/node.js"></script>
  5. justin.demaris

    justin.demaris New Member


    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.

    ~ Justin
  6. HHGAG

    HHGAG New Member


    Node.js can also represent a server, see:
    So it should be also possible to setup it up over ispconfig for further customer hosting plans.

    P.S.: Sorry for bumping an old thread
  7. Ovidiu

    Ovidiu Active Member

    I couldn't find a more recent thread so I'm adding to this one:

    one of my customers has a specific need for node.js and I was wondering if there's any tutorials on how to add it to a server managed by ISPCFG3 and then redirect a specific customer's site to node.js (the server is using nginx).
    JOduMonT likes this.

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