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I have been dealing with trying to get OSQA up and running on my Webfaction server for quite a while with some success: GISQuery. I am wondering now that you have adopted OSQA for your community website, are you planning to add this as an app type we can install through the control panel? That would be fantastic!

asked 26 Oct '10, 10:59

joshfinnie
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OSQA install script is now available at http://wiki.webfaction.com/wiki/InstallScripts. Enjoy!

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answered 25 Jan '11, 11:41

tie
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Thanks!! Great, great news!!! My OSQA site is almost ready!!

(27 Jan '11, 16:08) joe di castro

Also note the setup instructions here: http://wiki.osqa.net/display/docs/Installing+OSQA+on+WebFaction

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answered 18 Nov '10, 00:34

cdleary
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I have to admit that these instructions are not the most straight forward... that is why I was hoping it was going to be given to us as an app option.

(23 Nov '10, 20:34) joshfinnie

There are many applications we would love to add one-click installers for in the future, and OSQA is definitely among them.

The instructions listed at http://wiki.osqa.net/display/docs/Installing+OSQA+on+WebFaction are quite decent in general but contain some mistakes. Some of the comments at the bottom address these issues.

The best solution right now is to follow the guide exactly, and then submit a support ticket if you get stuck.

(23 Nov '10, 21:36) ryans ♦♦

We do not have any immediate plans to provide an OSQA installer in the Control Panel. You are free to write your own install script though - you can find some samples at http://wiki.webfaction.com/wiki/InstallScripts

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answered 26 Oct '10, 11:03

tie
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edited 26 Oct '10, 11:05

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