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Re: [vox] webhosting/shell recomendations?
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Re: [vox] webhosting/shell recomendations?



I (as well as several others on the list) use sonic.net.  Having a
separate domain name is extra, and can get expensive.  But the shell's
great.  I also get static IP DSL from them.  The whole package is $60-ish.
http://www.sonic.net/sales

I also webmaster our church website.  We use olm.net.  It's really
cost-effective as you get your own domain name (of course, you pay for the
domain name itself separately).  The shell is decent, but can have high
latency at times when there's lots of activities on the system.  Shell
program selection is limited as it's primarily a web hosting service.  But
the web hosting aspect of it has all the goodies like php, cgi, whatever.

-Mark

On Thu, 1 Jan 2004, Rob Rogers wrote:

> [sorry if this messages gets sent twice. the first one is "awaiting
> moderator approval" because I accidentally sent it from the wrong
> address]
>
> I'm looking to switch hosting providers, and was hoping someone could
> give me some suggestions of companies they've used and liked. I'm not
> currently doing that much with my hosting... 90% of my bandwidth is used
> for email, but I have started playing around with the Drupal CMS, and
> will probably be using it a lot more soon. My main requirement though is
> something with a full working shell.
>
> My current host looked good, and had just about everything I need,
> except they are using a feature of cpanel called jailshell... As you
> might guess, it's a chroot jail, but it's got some serious bugs. If I
> log in more than once (including using scp while I'm logged in)
> everything starts to go screwy. I might start up mutt, and have no color
> support, or try and quit mutt, and get a "cannot open temporary file"
> error,  or try to run ps and get error messges about /proc not being
> mounted... Needless to say, this is quite frustrating.
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