What Can You Do To Help CloudLinux?
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  1. Igor Seletskiy
  2. 12.05.2010
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Do you like CloudLinux? Is it helping you run your hosting business more efficiently? Are you in better control of your servers?
Do you want to make CloudLinux an even bigger success?

Tell people about CloudLinux!! Post to hosting related forums on how you are using/benefiting from it. Talk to your server provider about servers with CloudLinux pre-installed. Tweet how you are using CloudLinux....help us spread the word.

The bigger the CloudLinux community, the better we can serve you.
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  1. 26.01.2011 17:01:11
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404user Accepted Answer
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I have already told many of my friends, great OS !
  1. 04.05.2011 10:05:34
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Devon Michaels Accepted Answer
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I have already spread the word with some friends. Working with cloud computing as well, I can say that this software is already advanced. I do pledge that I will be spreading the word so as to help you grow it to be bigger. Also you can try publishing some demo over the internet so as to get the attention of possible clients.
  1. 04.05.2011 13:05:40
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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Thanks a lot! Your support is really appreciated.
  1. 09.08.2012 02:08:26
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I have a server installed Cloud Linux and PHP5.3, Apache & Mysql but i need PCRE version 7+ how can upgrade that.. See http://plumdeals.ie/diagnose.php Can you plzzzzzz help?
  1. 21.10.2015 04:10:31
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Dave Ananth Accepted Answer
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There is one sure way to help Cloudlinux: 
the multiple PHP version support is the most important business case for most shared hosting providers.

Specifically, you need to tell Google that "php 5.2 on centos" should show at least one clouldlinux page / blog post on the first page. What you should do is tell your legitimate high traffic customers who use the multiple PHP feature, including specifically the 5.2.x branch to write blog posts, twitter posts, and other social media thingies, about the same. 

I spent 2 months worrying about how to scale my site that runs on PHP 5.2 (code base change will take over 12 months, huge application). Then I came to know of cloudlinux in a support chat.

Thanks in advance,
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