Shared Hosting is normally associated when more than 1 user is using a web host that uses the same resources to serve their web content to internet.

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How would I setup Mercurial to track site revisions on a shared host?

What specific steps to I need to take to set it up? Do I need special post-commit hooks to update the remote copy of the site? Do I need SSH access to the remote server? I'm looking for a setup ...
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Installing python packages on shared hosting?

I will be hosting a Django application on hostgator.com and was wondering how can I install django apps and python packages without using pip, since I won't have access to the root account.
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Open-Source cPanel alternative?

Are there any decent (i.e. stable and mature enough to use on paying clients) open-source alternatives to the cPanel web hosting control panel system? I'm fine with paying for it, but it must be ...
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Shared vs. Dedicated Hosting [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to find web hosting that meets my requirements? What is the difference between shared hosting and dedicated hosting for my website?
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Do all US providers refuse issuing a separate IPv4 address for a separate website?

My provider told me that they cannot give us a separate IP address for a separate website. I understand that they could give us one where an existing address absolutely cannot be reused, like if we ...
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Hosting solution for digital content only [duplicate]

I have a client that is wanting to provide free downloads for their digital content but at this time they're wanting a free solution for the startup. I have seen Amazon s3 services but its paid. I ...
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How do I run something from the command line on shared hosting?

I have shared hosting and they haven't given me command line (or ssh or shell) access. Is there a way that I can run something from the command line?