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  • Is there Any VBulletin running in Spain??

    Hello,
    I am a network administrator in a British School in the Canary Islands (Spain).
    We are interested in adding a forum to our website but we do not
    have a server in the school (the website is hosted in an external ISP site
    called Telefonica).

    Q1. Is it posible to install your vB in an external ftp space in that ISP?

    Q2. Is there any spanish company running your program? Please tell me.

    Q3. Is it too difficult to install vB it and maintain it?

    Thank u very much.
    Javier Garcia
    British School of Gran Canaria
    www.bs-gc.info
    Last edited by cadizmadrid; Mon 10 Apr '06, 6:31am.

  • #2
    More questions, sorry

    Q2. Is there any spanish company running your program? Please tell me.

    I would like to know this to try it and talk to them. I would like to ask
    to them if they are using the same ISP that I am using.

    I have heard that some ISP in Spain block routers when these
    are installed by the ISP and they lock PHP and reduce bandwidth
    when there is too much traffic.

    Thank u for your quick response
    Javier Garcia

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    • #3
      Hi

      1. Yes, that's possible. Most of our customer run vBulletin on a webhost.

      2. I'm sure there are lots of spanish vBulletin forums. The only one I can find offhand is this: http://www.notesfromspain.com/forums/

      3. No, the installation of vBulletin is rather easy, a matter of setting up your config.php file correctly and then running the installation script. vBulletin itself doesn't need much maintenance, all you should do is make sure to upgrade to new versions when new versions are released.
      Best Regards
      Colin Frei

      Please don't contact me per PM.

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      • #4
        Spanish "company"?

        You can run vBulletin with the Spanish language pack anywhere in the world you choose. You should not run your website on an ISP (internet at your house) but at a Web Host (company that does nothing but web servers).

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        • #5
          Thanks

          Originally posted by Colin F
          Hi

          1. Yes, that's possible. Most of our customer run vBulletin on a webhost.

          2. I'm sure there are lots of spanish vBulletin forums. The only one I can find offhand is this: http://www.notesfromspain.com/forums/

          3. No, the installation of vBulletin is rather easy, a matter of setting up your config.php file correctly and then running the installation script. vBulletin itself doesn't need much maintenance, all you should do is make sure to upgrade to new versions when new versions are released.
          thanks for the info. I will download the demo during weekend.

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          • #6
            thanks again

            Originally posted by feldon23
            Spanish "company"?

            You can run vBulletin with the Spanish language pack anywhere in the world you choose. You should not run your website on an ISP (internet at your house) but at a Web Host (company that does nothing but web servers).
            thanks for the info. I will download the demo during weekend.

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