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How to install Drush on a Dreamhost shared server

Okay, y’all. A bit of a nerdtown departure from the usual. 

I was recently trying to install drush on a shared DreamHost server, which I know is 100% possible because I’ve done it. But I could not remember how I did it and I had to stitch together like 13 different instructions and it made me literally curl up in a ball on my bed.

So, here is my personal guide to installing drush on a shared DreamHost server.  (Updated 11/20/15 for PHP 5.6)

I <3 the big, blue drop.

In honor of Drupal powering one million websites, here are some things I really dig about Drupal*:

1) Drupal can turn you into a Master Builder.

So, maybe for some unknowable reason, you haven't seen the Lego Movie yet. The basic thesis of the movie, for those who are unfamiliar, is that creativity and imagination are anarchic, powerful forces...and that they're way better than just building Lego kits. The movie features Master Builders, special characters who can survey an alley and turn it into a motorcycle. That's pretty cool.

DrupalCamp Twin Cities and why you should go

Next Thursday-Sunday is DrupalCamp Twin Cities, and I'm excited about it for a couple reasons:

  1. I couldn't believe how much information I got last year and can't wait to learn more. 
  2. It's got a ton of sessions for Drupal newbies and non-coders, which means anyone with a little bit of interest will be able to follow along.
  3. I'm giving a talk! My very first presentation since college, and boy, I am excited/terrified. 

Let's break this down a bit:

1) LEARNIN'

DrupalCon - Day 1 Summary

I can't begin to process all that is going on at DrupalCon Portland into easily digestible nuggets tonight.  I'm exhausted and I want to get up and do it all over again tomorrow!  But it occurred to me that a quick and dirty summary of each day serves as a window into the strange, magical land of a DrupalCon.  So, without substantial editing and certainly without the time needed to write a truly insightful blog post, here are two thoughts I had/quotes I liked/resources I want to look up/etc. from each session at Day 1 of DrupalCon Portland: 

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