Which one of these simple? HostRocket.com, LinuxWebhost.com, or Below10Host? I want quite a reliable hosting for my open-source Linux projects. I am still confused which to select. I do not need something which offers an excessive amount of features, but slow, hard to rely on. I do not need something similar to $1 website hosting or something like that that's inexpensive but provides extensive catches. All I want is a great, reasonable, and reliable hosting with PHP and MySQL support with a few 30 megs space, with a decent cost, since I am not earning money using this.

Which of individuals 3 is the greatest? I attempted contacting Terabyte.com today also it states I need to have a charge card. I'd rather not make use of a charge card any longer since I have had bad
experience before by using it.
Initially published by GoodPerson:
Which one of these simple? HostRocket.com, LinuxWebhost.com, or Below10Host? I want quite a reliable hosting for my open-source Linux projects. I am still confused which to select. I do not need something which offers an excessive amount of features, but slow, hard to rely on. I do not need something similar to $1 website hosting or something like that that's inexpensive but provides extensive catches. All I want is a great, reasonable, and reliable hosting with PHP and MySQL support with a few 30 megs space, with a decent cost, since I am not earning money using this.

Which of individuals 3 is the greatest? I attempted contacting Terabyte.com today also it states I need to have a charge card. I'd rather not make use of a charge card any longer since I have had bad
experience before by using it.
I'd avoid LinuxWebhost.com they're possessed through the same guy that is the owner of sitehost4u.com who Personally, i have experienced issues with and observed that others need to.

Ive heard advantages to
HostRocket.com also there's hostmatters.com

Best of luck for you!




[This message continues to be edited by Dana (edited 08-18-2000).]
Yes, hostmatters.com appears very good, I heard the technical support is extremely nice &lifier kind person. But it is just a little costly though ($14.95) that do not really meet for my budget (I am a university student, btw).

How about below10host.com?

Initially published by Dana:
I'd avoid LinuxWebhost.com they're possessed through the same guy that is the owner of sitehost4u.com who Personally, i have experienced issues with and observed that others need to.

Ive heard advantages to
HostRocket.com also there's hostmatters.com

Best of luck for you!


[This message continues to be edited by Dana (edited 08-18-2000).]
I've one site one tera-byte on the point of move, mostly because of billing issues. To describe, I registered expecting one cost but was billed a different one because of forex rates. Understood there is a catch into it, well i guess, continue shopping.
Initially published by GoodPerson:
Yes, hostmatters.com appears very good, I heard the technical support is extremely nice &lifier kind person. But it is just a little costly though ($14.95) that do not really meet for my budget (I am a university student, btw).

How about below10host.com?

Im unfamiliar with them overlooking your requirements it appears like hostmatters.coms Economy plan would meet your requirements and it is 9.95
http://www.hostmatters.com/economy.html

best of luck

I have didn't have issues with tera-byte and forgein money however again i put some extra on my small cheque to pay for the forex rates.

Really James Rogers no more is the owner of sitehost4u.com he offered it to AMS Computer Services that they also own below10host.com
I recommend sitehost4u.com or below10host both owened by AMS and also have great support
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Published by Dana:
I'd avoid LinuxWebhost.com they're possessed through the same guy that is the owner of sitehost4u.com who Personally, i have experienced issues with and observed that others need to.
Milk,

This is the risk all of us take whenever we purchase hosting in various nations. Foreign currency rates do fluctuate and may seriously modify the cost you are prepared to pay. To be honest however, since I am around australia, I am virtually instructed to depend upon usOrCanada hosting purely for financial reasons (right here an average $20US/month plan involves 1GB bandwidth, 10 megabytes space, along with a couple of other odds and ends - there you have it).

GoodPerson,

I take advantage of Below10Host as my host and also have found these to be very reliable. They are in line with the Alabanza network, which leads to excellent uptime and speed, while their technical support is extremely, excellent.

Side note : I'll be departing Below10Host on excellent terms, and will also be moving to Tera-byte through the finish from the month purely for dual PHP/ASP development.

Thus, Below10Host is extremely highly suggested.
Initially published by james:
Really James Rogers no more is the owner of sitehost4u.com
Wow How are you aware he's who I'd the issue with *G* Yes he's the individual which i required problem with. I'm able to only talk to my knowledge about him as he possessed the organization.

GoodPerson,

I simply realized something. You need to host free Linux projects right? You will get hosting free of charge!

Take a look at http://www.sourceforge.net - they are a totally free, devoted open-source host backed by VAlinux.com. This way it's not necessary to pay
I recomend Hostrocket. They were given all you need.
I recomend Hostrocket. They were given all you need.

They appear good however i just can't stand that setup fee, I have got 4 sites to obtain ready to go and may use that $40 elsewhere.
BC, you might want to seek advice from Chilisoft prior to making that move. Unless of course everything has transformed, Chilisoft's ASP does not support everything, but many common things. Apparently you will find add-on packages (guess they require a lot more than $1000 per server license).

Again, I've not experienced on the month, so that they might have transformed it.

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Mike Astin
WebAuthorities
http://www.webauthorities.com
http://www.resellerinfo.com - A totally free merchant website (not far off!)
Mike,

That's fine. I have already spoken with Steve and can make the most of their 30-day guarantee if things fail.

I suppose I'll discover by the center of the following month whether it'll exercise or otherwise - otherwise, then off and away to a devoted NT host Time passes *sigh*
BC, tell me the way it calculates for you personally. We've been thinking about getting Chilisoft, but when it does not act as they advertise, I'd rather not spend the cash.

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Mike Astin
WebAuthorities
http://www.webauthorities.com
http://www.resellerinfo.com - A totally free merchant website (not far off!)
Hello,

Milkman, If our setup costs are the only issue we're fairly flezible together. Send me an e-mail at brendan@hostrocket.com if you're still searching for a number.

-Brendan Brader
brendan@hostrocket.com http://www.hostrocket.com
Mike,

Make an effort to to carry off purchasing ChiliASP for the time being. It doesn't only not have access to full implementation of ASP, quite a few the hosts I have spoken to who've it (or have tried to do the installation) say they've experienced a minimum of two or three issues with it. Some have totally unsuccessful....

Contributing to my concerns, a few of the devoted ASP forums I spend time at have mentioned they have had particular trouble getting their ASP code to operate on ChiliASP (especially when it comes to ADO connections and permissions) . Regrettably this means I may need to ditch Tera-byte and get a devoted NT host (of which i've one out of mind and it has both ASP/PHP installed - could keep you informed regarding how that goes).

Just ought to be interest, there's a wide open Source project going that is trying to translate ASP for any *nix system (essentially, a totally free option to ChiliASP) - it's known as OpenASP. However, In my opinion the implementation continues to be very buggy, and so i wouldn't recommend it - yet. If you want, I'm able to chase up and give back the data.
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