When ever I am working with a current installation of an APP for one of my website projects, and would like to add other PHP Apps in support of the project...I have to install another PHP Stack to make that happen.
The reason why I have to do this is the need to access another SQL database for the supporting app. Say PHPList. So the current set up does not allow me to add another data base installation to the application. When ever I try to add another database, I get this Access Denied message.
It would be great if I could add more than one database to an application installation using your Click & Go application so that I can take my web project to the next level, without having to set up a whole other App.
19 votesAdminCloudways (Admin, Cloudways) responded
By now we have created this blog post on how to deploy it over base php stack:
We will later on consider adding it as a standalone application if we see enough pull.
I was able to install this already using PHP Stack. But for some reason...I could not get it to properly work. It would be great if Cloudways could have it as one of their many applications for us to use. I would so love to use Piwik.
Please keep in mind that you can still use SES in your application. You do not need to have a Cloudways connector to make that happen. How you connect SES to your application is using an SMTP set up configuration.
In other words, you would set up SES the same way you would set up SMTP.
Here is a link to Amazon's SES Getting Started guide to help you. Hope it sends you in the right direction.
I already played with this and was successfully able to install OwnCloud using Cloudway's "PHP Stack".
Go to Application Management.
Select "Add Application"
Select "PHP Stack" and install that.
Then go to [http://owncloud.org/install/] and download your copy of OwnCloud
Extract the folder onto your desktop.
Open your FTP (for example 'FileZilla') to the PHPStacks's App using its user name and PW.
Upload your copy of the files into your publichtml folder.
Then access the site, and follow the installation prompts. Thought the wizard you will be asked for your SQL information. And voila.
I was able to successfully able to set it up, but took it down there after. As I was not interested in using it for my server. At least, not at this point in time.
Hope that it helps. Good luck.
- Mr. Avelardo Lopez / aka: Mr. Suave.
Well, if you want another IP address....just set up another server. Each server will get to have its own IP address.