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If you have some server administration skills it shouldn't be too hard to setup manually. When a user makes a forum simply add a virtual host to apache, make and dump a database for the forum software, and make a copy of the forum. Then you'd simply have an automated forum creator at which point...
Yeah, there's just a history of different names and threads over several years. I remember seeing at one point he was using HostGator, which was strange and explains why the site disappeared. I also remember he released the script for Letever (one of his old names) and I fixed up the poorly...
I must say their hosting is pretty good, ping isn't bad considering I live in the United States. Only had downtime for about a 1/2 hour one day, I assume it was for server maintenance.
All in all, everything seems to work great.
I found one on my own, not sure how good/reliable the company is yet. If anything goes wrong I'll probably go with WSWD. I don't feel like transferring everything over at the moment, hehe. Thanks though, everyone!
Hey guys, I wanted to create a small forum for my school. Most of my friends are splitting this way and that, and I wanted a place where we could all still chat.
I'd really appreciate these specs if possible:
5-10GB Bandwidth (probably won't go near that, but to be safe)...
I gave up on that, lol. I got a little credit card for Christmas and wanted a little XP box to tinker with... I just gave up and got one of my old systems running. :P
I wanted to mess around with the old Microsoft Sam voices, which aren't available in Windows 7. :\
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I was wondering what kind of Windows RDP/VNC account/system I can get for $20-$25/yr.
OS: Windows XP/Server 2003
Space: At least 750mb userspace, I can always attach a samba drive.
Bandwidth: I want at least 100gb, just to be safe.
Network speed: 1megabit minimal
Once again, this is meant for you to "kickstart" your own hosting company, thus the requirements. Anyone suitable of starting a hosting company would have to have some kind of ability to pay online. Try to get a prepaid visa card and use Google Checkout.