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# 138240 26-Dec-2013 19:23
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Hi guys,

I'm going to sound like the greatest contradiction since Jeremiah was a bullfrog, but, I need a trustworthy, free, PHP hosting company. 


I need to host ONE page, which is required to update my DDNS record on my domain, which is managed out of Cloudflare. 


Obviously the traffic side of things is going to be minimal, we're talking maybe ~50mb a month.

Any suggestions? Reason I say trustworthy, is that the file will contain my API key for my account, as well as my email address.





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  # 957662 26-Dec-2013 19:26
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I'm happy to give you a free Cpanel account on my USA VPS for as long as you need it. Is a production server used mainly for hobby sites and backups from other servers. PM me if interested.

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  # 957669 26-Dec-2013 19:38
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Just FYI, a good option for low-traffic sites if you can handle "almost-free" is nearlyfreespeech.net.

 
 
 
 




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  # 958410 28-Dec-2013 19:34
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kingjj: I'm happy to give you a free Cpanel account on my USA VPS for as long as you need it. Is a production server used mainly for hobby sites and backups from other servers. PM me if interested.


Thanks for the offer mate, was about to come on here to PM you to say "Yes please!", but today I decided to play with OpenWRT, which I've modified (after hours of tinkering) to allow updates to cloudflare! OpenWRT is to replace DD-WRT I had installed previously (totally inflexible when it comes to this sort of stuff) and have managed to get DDNS working with Cloudflare. 

Required me to install Curl and a .Pem for CA lookup as well as modify a couple of DDNS config files, but lo-and-behold, it's up and working :) 

Again, thanks for the offer, appreciate it! 



Also thanks, TheEd - that host may come in handy for a project my friend is looking at :)





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