Re: Debian dedicated hosts?
On (12/05/04 10:02), Steve Lamb wrote:
> Ok, I'm looking to switch my dedicated host away from tophosting.com.
> I've been less than impressed with their service, even for $30/month. I mean
> this is typical for them. I send in 2 sticks of RAM to be put into my
> machine. I did this because their prices for additional RAM were insane.
> They get the RAM and without notification to me at all shut down my machine to
> install the RAM. No scheduling of downtime. No asking when I want it to be
> done. Not even a "Hey, your machine's going buh-bye in 5 minutes". Just,
> poof, gone at 7pm. After an hour it comes back with no additional RAM; they
> couldn't get it working. :/
> So, here I am looking over dedicated hosting options. Anyone know of any
> cheap (<$50) places that offer a decent Debian box? At the moment I'm looking
> at a $30/month box at serverpronto.com. Anyone have any experience with them?
> Also I recall there being a site which listed all the various dedicated
> hosting options. However, for the life of me, I'm coming up blank on my
> Google searches.
At the Linux User Show in London recently, I came across
http://www.positive-internet.com a UK based hosting firm using debian.
It might be worth contacting them?
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