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  • rockergrrl
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    I've got friends all over the hosting business....

    I got a deal from a friend of mine (and is a friend of some other's on this board)...

    1.2ghz Celeron
    512mb ram
    1x20gb hard drive (main drive)
    1x30gb hard drive (backup)
    75gb bandwidth -- multihomed -- with 7 carriers
    Cpanel included

    $125/month -- $300 setup fee (to pay those overpriced techs at the datacenter)

    Not bad... I'll upgrade the ram to 1gb and the hard drives to both 40gb soon.

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  • Hooper
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    Originally posted by rockergrrl
    I get my cpanel license for free with my server (its nice to have other friends in the hosting business).

    I need friends.

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  • Hooper
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    Originally posted by The Prohacker


    Its not hard from here...

    If you run into any troubles you know where my pm box is

    *Thinks...... Boy he just doesn't realize*

    Lol.

    Thanks Pro.

    I just noticed I have a PM. Wonder who that could be.......

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  • The Prohacker
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    Originally posted by Hooper
    I just puchased a Cpanel License. Now I know I have to get a real job.
    Its not hard from here...

    If you run into any troubles you know where my pm box is

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  • rockergrrl
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    I've tried everything that's out here. But only Cpanel in a true admin's light.

    As a user's light, Plesk isn't very user friendly (nor admin friendly for that matter).

    HSphere is nice -- if it wasn't so expensive.

    I haven't had any problems with Cpanel as an admin -- then again, I do all my own tweaking for the post part.

    I get my cpanel license for free with my server (its nice to have other friends in the hosting business).

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  • Hooper
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    I just puchased a Cpanel License. Now I know I have to get a real job.

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  • zachb
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    CPanel.

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  • Hooper
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    I'll be looking for a few kind hearted sys admins myself.....


    Ok. Gentleman. Start your engines... You know where my pm box is!

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  • Kathy
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    If I had to pick between the two...I'd have to gamble with CPanel although I haven't used it...

    I've tried Plesk and it was evil.

    I have webmin installed on my server and manage to do alot with it....easily although it wasn't easy to figure out. Their recent version upgrade has helped.

    When in a panic, I have a few kind-hearted sys admin guys that I beg and plead for help. They are gracious to help me out since I know next to nothing about the box I fly through the net.

    Thanks guys!

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  • DirectPixel
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    CPanel, cuz my host uses it, and it's decent.

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  • MUG
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    If I had to pick, I would pick CPanel.

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  • N9ne
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    Latest Score
    Plesk 3 - 30 CPanel

    I think we have a winner

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  • orca
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    CPanel, had Plesk on an old host and never got used to it.

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  • MrDale
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    i vote Cpanel then

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  • The Prohacker
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    Originally posted by MrDale
    Whats Plesk?
    www.plesk.com/html/

    Plesk is a control panel for the *nix operating system... It allows admins to add and delete accounts, and allow account holders to modify their information and add things like POP3 mail boxes, Mysql Databases, ftp accounts, etc..

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