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  • 16 years old and looking for a good host

    in just 16 and need a good host
    +/- 100 - 500 Mb
    1 - 10 Gb
    and the rest to host vBulletin on(i will not buy it if i don't got a host)
    i live in The Netherlands and don't got dollars but €'s (euro)
    Last edited by allowee; Thu 29th Aug '02, 11:46am.

  • #2
    http://www.featureprice.com is the host I'm running

    Great tech support, 5GB disk, 15GB transfer. SSL, SQL, Free Domain. Have a look

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    • #3
      I only make +/- $100 a year

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      • #4
        good luck. I've never seen a host that offers that price or less and includes a mysql database.

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        • #5
          I don't see how age has anything to do with anything, but try www.venturesonline.com

          One of their virtual host accounts is perfect for you if you mean that you need 100-500 MB of space and 1-10 GB of bandwidth.

          When you order by credit card internationally, the currency is automatically converted.

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          • #6
            http://www.penhost.com/packages.php

            http://www.myqth.com/

            http://www.2mhost.com/2m/details.2m

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            • #7
              http://www.venturesonline.com/

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              • #8
                I'd also recommend http://www.venturesonline.com

                Or Pm or email me if you don't need a hosting company.
                Ueli

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                • #9
                  F5 hosting is good as well
                  -Draco
                  The Digital Sector Forums

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                  • #10
                    I'm now trying to set up a Linux server and put it on my ADSL router, i think 100Kb/s is enough for my site, if not i think people have to wait.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by allowee
                      I'm now trying to set up a Linux server and put it on my ADSL router, i think 100Kb/s is enough for my site, if not i think people have to wait.
                      I have a 30k upload and things are decent. Not for hosting vB though hehe. You should be ok with a small member base, but if you start getting larger and get a lot of posts, you're going to run into serious bandwith problems!
                      -Draco
                      The Digital Sector Forums

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                      • #12
                        Did that. Once installed Linux and set up BIND, Apache and PHP and ran a small webserver off of a 128kbps connection.

                        Do the math, though.

                        128kbps
                        -15% loss

                        That's around 110kbps.

                        Now, that's enough for two 56kbps users at a time, but most people these days have broadband and you're having them connect at speeds slower than ISDN (just one user at a time).

                        So get SDSL a much higher speed, or fractional T-1.

                        This is exactly why ISP's make aDSL into what it is. It's asynchronous for a reason.

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                        • #13
                          hmm, you let me think of something.
                          my dad has T-1 at his work and his is the boss so i could store the server there, and do the config with webmin.

                          my dad said YES, this weekend I'll install it the, the server is running at localhost now and i don't got any problems with php, mysql so far (perl still to come)

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by allowee
                            hmm, you let me think of something.
                            my dad has T-1 at his work and his is the boss so i could store the server there, and do the config with webmin.

                            my dad said YES, this weekend I'll install it the, the server is running at localhost now and i don't got any problems with php, mysql so far (perl still to come)
                            good luck. keep us posted

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                            • #15
                              I use webmin on a local linux machine (not for public) but I'm not that happy with it at the mo. Not much at least. However, never used it to the cutting end...
                              Ueli

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