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  • #16
    Wow, werehere! Those are some impressive numbers. Obviously, you aren't using an ad broker like we are. However, using an ad broker for CPM ads, we could pay for a dedicated and possibly have some left over with our 18K views a day. But then we wouldn't have money left over to buy cool things like VB licenses. <G> Our virt. account at is $60 a month with 20GB of bandwidth and 150MB of space...the server we're on has been up over 70 days now and ICQ's get answered almost 24 hours a day. We don't need a dedicated, YET.



    • #17
      I have to say that setting up a vBulletin is easy once you know the MySQL login details and IP address.

      I was given a dedicated server by my webhost - similar to your spec (AMD K6-2 500, 64mb RAM, 13GB hard disk, 20GB traffic, Redhat 6.2 + WebAdmin) and it was easy to setup.
      I used WebAdmin to create a MySQL user and et voila - worked first time!



      • #18
        cool wild wayz so you use webmin panel as well..

        i am no longer worried about covering dedicated server costs since this month's ad revenues for only 1 of my sites are enough for the next 2 - 3 months

        i am not worried about space too i have 8.2 GB out of 10 GB free...

        does SSI called pages work ?

        okay what about 1 UBB and 1 vbulletin installed for 2 different sites on the same server ? has anyone done this ?
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        • #19
          [b]Susan . . .

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