Three several weeks back, I had been searching for specifics on which one required to know for server management. I did not determine what I had been searching for, and was requested to talk about any information I discovered.

Since I Have haven't thought it was, I am writing it. I received my own devoted server under last month and am writing tutorials when i complement. For possibly the very first time, anybody thinking about learning what they desire to understand to be able to obtain own server, will have the ability to get specific info on it.

It will help a lot of individuals who are able to afford a devoted server, and could need one, but happen to be held back by deficiencies in understanding. Poor support at a lot of companies (a lot of) or resource intensive programs (like UBB along with other another forum programs), eliminate shared servers for a lot of.

To find out more, visit my new server site, http://techcellence.net and appear around the right side menu. You will find many informative assets together with the brand new devoted server management for novices pages.

A few of the details are specific to Dialtone Internet, the organization I decided for my server, though much is applicable generally to the Linux server.

Note: the left side menu is all about services I offer, so be familiar with this. This isn't an inexpensive trick to obtain new clients. I received my own server to provide better service for that sites I already host, as well as for my very own educational site about diving. I'm not strongly seeking new clients, nor taking on their behalf here.

I pointed out a brand new site about discussing information and assets about hosting and design several days ago. You'll find me there and discuss related issues further. the website is Share, at http://share.virtual-support.net/ I am the moderator for that forum about server management.

Share isn't about getting a host, but about programs, assets, and related matters when you do. Think about it as being the next phase following this site for a lot of us.


[This message continues to be edited by Duster (edited 06-09-2000).]
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