Monthly Archives: February 2012

25 Most Popular Payment Gateways

Did I leave any out? Add them in the comments below! :) PayPal Pro Process credit cards directly on your website with Website Payments Pro, our merchant account and gateway in one. – Clear pricing, no hidden fees (See Pricing) – No long-term commitments or monthly minimums – Works with most popular shopping carts Google Checkout Want a faster, safer, and more convenient way to shop online? You got it. With Google Checkout™ you can quickly and easily buy from stores across the web and track all your orders and shipping in one place. – Our fraud protection policy covers you against unauthorized purchases made through Google Checkout, and we don’t share your purchase history or full credit card number with sellers. – You can keep your email address confidential, and easily turn off unwanted emails from stores where you use Google Checkout. 2CO provides a safe and secure hosted checkout process that collects your customers payment information. We handle the PCI Compliance so you can focus on your business! Inspire Commerce Inspire Commerce is a Visa™ / MasterCard™ registered Merchant Service Provider offering enterprise level payment processing solutions with a human touch. Payment gateway enables internet merchants to accept online payments via credit card and e-check. PayPal Express Payment gateway extension for: PagSeguro – Probably the best gateway from Brazil Payment Gateway API Instead of 50 different payment gateway request, a simple and clear Payment Gateway API may be a better idea. Most payment gateways … Continue reading

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LookupException in API_Linux.cpp:98: Could not lookup username “wwwrun”

In order to get suPHP to run you’ll need to edit the config file, which is by default stored in /etc/suphp/suphp.conf If you’re getting the error LookupException in API_Linux.cpp:98: Could not lookup username “wwwrun” it means specifically that you probably have not uncommented the line webserver_user in that config file. If you’re on an Ubuntu server you will probably set that line to www-data but on other systems it perhaps needs to be set to apache or nobody. You can view your list of users by using the command cat /etc/passwd, which will give you several lines in this format: www-data:x:33:33:www-data:/var/www:/bin/sh If you’re on Ubuntu you should see the line above, which shows the entry for the user www-data which has a user id and group id of 33 (the first two numbers). If you see that then you should probably change your suphp.conf file to have the webserver_user set to www-data and also you should change the Minimum UID and Minimum GID to the matching numbers, probably 33 and 33… webserver_user=www-data ; Minimum UID min_uid=33 ; Minimum GID min_gid=33 A decent guide for setting up suPHP on Ubuntu 11 can be found at I would recommend walking through that guide first, so you know what you’re doing, but I’ll also give you an example of a configured suphp.conf file: [global] ;Path to logfile logfile=/var/log/suphp.log ;Loglevel loglevel=info ;User Apache is running as webserver_user=www-data ;Path all scripts have to be in ;docroot=/var/www:${HOME}/public_html ;Security options allow_file_group_writeable=true allow_file_others_writeable=false allow_directory_group_writeable=true allow_directory_others_writeable=false ;Check wheter … Continue reading

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Are “A Small Orange” and “Hostnine LLC” the same company?

To me it looks like “A Small Orange” and “Hostnine LLC” are the same company… Addresses for Hostnine and “A Small Orange” mapped are shown here.

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Google Docs: Share Outside My Organization (solved)

If you’re facing the problem with Google Docs where the “Users can share documents outside this domain” option doesn’t work, or the following issues, see the solution below on how to fix this. These are the problems reported by others about Share Google Docs Outside Your Organization: When I’m in the sharing settings in the document there is NO option to share out of organization. I disabled the option “Users can share documents outside this domain” several time ago and now, I reactivated it in order to share documents with users outside my domain. When I want to share any document with people outside the domain I am not able to get the option to do that. When viewing document share options, I can’t see the toolbar where I am asked to allow people outside the domain to view or edit the document. When I try to get a public link to the document, I only have the option to get it for people inside the domain. Control panel options are set properly but no change is performed in Google Docs. I have another google apps domain account where I’m able to do that. In that account I’ve never disabled the share with people outside the domain. I suspect the problem comes when you disable public sharing for the very first time and then you want to reactivate it again. I don’t have the option ‘Users can publish documents to the public internet’ available. I have multiple Google Domains, to … Continue reading

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