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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 22018 13-May-2008 19:14

Ok, I don't offer this anymore sorry.

NZ host:
If anyone wants a small file (0-15MB) to be hosted on a NZ host (incredibly fast) with unlimited downloading with in NZ.

USA Host (California): I still get 400+KB/s download speeds! (only hosting for another 5 months, depends on if I renew it or not, probably will)
If some one wants a file hosted (0-2GB)(server space 250GB) in size or lots of little files, with 5TB! of national/international downloads (bandwidth, what ever its called).

You can have as many as you like of: (only for USA host)
FTP accounts.
MySQL database.
email acounts (eg, yourname@anything.bla.com)
+ other things...

Feel free to PM me or reply to this topic.

Note:
Of course these are only allowed to be used to host legal files.

There are no add's what so ever, I just have so much space it's a shame to leave it go to wast.

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 130943 14-May-2008 18:34
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Count me in!

Will probably use to get the latest linux distro's

PM Me ;)



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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 130956 14-May-2008 19:01

Haha, thats what im doing, (first downloaded Fedora to my server then via FTP downloading it to my computer (since Orcon is still having issues in HTTP downloads))

Mirrors:
699.12MB

2GB (should be more like 3GB)
Fedora link down (fixing it now)

Coming soon:
Fedora 9,
  • i386
  • x86_64
  • ppc 

FTP account coming soon for people who want to download via FTP (thinking about Orcon customers here)

 
 
 
 


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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 130957 14-May-2008 19:04
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Can I get an account on the US host?

I use debian and gentoo and speeds from all other servers are cr*p!




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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 130958 14-May-2008 19:06

Sure, I PM'ed you (well used the "email" button) couldn't find a PM button.

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  Reply # 130967 14-May-2008 19:51

I'd be interested too thanks :)



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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 130968 14-May-2008 19:54

cranz: I'd be interested too thanks :)


PM'ed you.

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Reply # 130975 14-May-2008 20:23
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I'd be very keen on the US host.
I want to host some files for the geekzone community which are just too large (1GB in total over about 5 files)
traffic usage will be minimal

MG maps caches, Windows shortcuts and feature Freeware, Mobile phone themes/midi packs, other randomness.


And thanks for the fedora images!



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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 130977 14-May-2008 20:29

Sorry, paradoxsm it appears that the Fedora link was still downloading to my host (will repost link when I get it all up)

And I will PM you now.

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  Reply # 132794 23-May-2008 14:21
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Hi

I'm considering setting up a forum for a national club. Sorry, I don't (yet) know much about setting up forums but can you tell me if the capacity you have on your NZ site would be suitable for this? I guess PHP and MySQL would be needed?
Could I select my own forum address or is that already pre-ordained since it is essentially a sub-lease?

Thanks

Mark



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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 132798 23-May-2008 14:32

Uh no the NZ hosted one only has 1 MySQL database (and it's being used), so it would have to be on the US one, sorry.

The address would have to be a sub-domain one (www.somehting.adriels.com) unless you want to pay for one that redirects to the sub-domain...

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