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    vlad balalaykin

just not working

  • January 09, 2020
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followed instruction tried 3 times with about 2 weeks intervals in between and it never worked. Watched 2 their videos on you tube and when AWS bit is done and it comes to the point you can check AMIMOTO thingy - when you type the url http://your-public-dns-ot-public-ip/wp-admin.php
it just not working. No wander they've disabled comments for those videos :)

1 person found this helpful

    WordPress admin

No email function, user management not functional

  • October 28, 2016
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Gave it a test, needed to reset password during the first time login. This install of WordPress seems to not include email: ERROR The email could not be sent.
Possible reason: your host may have disabled the mail() function..

Can't login as a result. Why not include some minimal SMTP email capability, without which WordPress base functions do not run?

    Technical Services

Can't understand why the software costs increase with tier usage.

  • August 17, 2014
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I think this is a great idea and a good implementation of the opensource software but I can't understand how the pricing model would make any sense. Why does the software cost more for bigger instances ? Given all the individual components are out there, and its easy enough to build yourself I probably would do that. In fact after trying the system for a month it is robust and works well so it does a great job of demonstrating the proof of concept, so unless im really missing something here that I haven't discovered, then it time to build it myself for free.

I think is reasonable to pay a fee for the convienence of a prepacked image that works out of the box but when you get into cents per hour utalisation for opensource software I think its a hard sell.

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