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-h2. How to Install Refinery on Duostack
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-"Duostack":http://duostack.com is a new hosting choice for Ruby/Rails or Node.js developers. This guide will show you how to:
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-* Install and deploy Refinery on the Duostack Rails hosting platform
-
-endprologue.
-
-WARNING. This guide is based on Refinery CMS 1.0.0. The automated Duostack installation shown here will not work in earlier versions of Refinery.
-
-h3. Starting Out
-
-First you need to install Refinery. To do that you need the refinerycms gem.
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-<shell>
-gem install refinerycms
-</shell>
-
-Next go to "Duostack.com":http://duostack.com and click "Request Beta Access" for a free beta account (you will have to fill out a form and wait for their response to your request - make sure you mention Refinery CMS "for priority":http://twitter.com/duostack/status/26856205687201793).
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-Now you've got a Duostack account, install the Duostack gem by following their instructions under "Ruby Gem":
-
-"Command Line Client (external link, docs.duostack.com)":http://docs.duostack.com/command-line-client#setup
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-Now it's time to create your Refinery application using the built in +--duostack+ option
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-WARNING: Make sure you specify an application name (+my_app_name+ below) as this is required by Duostack.
-
-<shell>
-refinerycms myapp --duostack my_app_name
-</shell>
-
-Watch the output for these lines
-
-<shell>
-Creating Duostack app..
-Running: cd /path/to/app/myapp && duostack create
-...
-==== Launching first instances.......... done
-
-==== App successfully deployed to http://site-name.duostack.net
-</shell>
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-This will output the URL for your Duostack hosted Refinery application. Your application should now be live at http://site-name.duostack.net
-
-NOTE: if you already have a Refinery application that you would like to deploy then just deploy as normal according to Duostack's instructions. You do not need to run the +--duostack+ flag, as all it does is automate some things.
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-h3. Adding Amazon S3 Support
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-If you want to use Refinery's image and resource support you'll need to setup storage too. Create a bucket called "my_app_production" and uncomment this line in your Gemfile (this might already be done for you):
-
-<ruby>
-gem 'fog'
-</ruby>
-
-Next tell Duostack about your new S3 bucket.
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-<shell>
-duostack env add S3_KEY=123key S3_SECRET=456secret S3_BUCKET=my_app_production
-duostack restart
-</shell>
-
-If you have created your bucket in a region other than 'us-east-1' you need to add S3_REGION=s3region also.
-That's it! Duostack will restart your site and it should be live with S3 support.
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-h3. Troubleshooting
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-h4. Missing a required gem
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-Simply add that gem to the Gemfile.
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-Otherwise, hop on to the IRC Channel and ask someone for help. Or, see if you can open the duostack logs to spot the error yourself.
-Being that this is a new service it may be best to ask Duostack for assistance.

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