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    IRC allowed VPS

    I am just looking for a vps for $10/month

    Requirements:
    Irc allowed
    space: 1gb+ after os install
    transfer atleast 75gb, 100 would be prefered
    os: freebsd 4.10
    ips: 3-5

    thats it thanks
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    acually i only need 50gb/month transfer that would be cool but more would be awesome
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    you're a funny guy

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    why is that i found 25gb transfer 1ip for 7.95 but next package up was 35gb 1 ip for 14.95
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    Originally posted by coresynk
    why is that i found 25gb transfer 1ip for 7.95 but next package up was 35gb 1 ip for 14.95
    Probably because they oversell more on the first package =). This is very common, with higher packages the price per gig of bandwidth actually goes up.

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    ok well how about this for $10

    Space: 1gb
    Ips: 3-5
    OS: Freebsd
    Bandwidth: 25GB
    IRC Allowed

    can anyone recomend a company for this?
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    I would get in contact with FDCServers.

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    There are a lot of providers banning IRC ... more and more everyday

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    Originally posted by BrandonSCSN
    I would get in contact with FDCServers.
    Please post back on how it went.

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    Space: 1gb
    Ips: 3-5
    OS: Freebsd
    Bandwidth: 25GB
    IRC Allowed
    I would get in contact with FDCServers.
    Awhile back when I had bothered to try fdc's vds solutions they couldn't do FreeBSD on them and I got stuck with redhat9. Has that changed recently then?

    You will find quite often with vds's many hosts don't run host machine kernels with support for freebsd to be run on the system. I am sure there are VDS systems available for freebsd by now just many hosts it seems choose to use the Linux alternative due to the supply/demand factoring.

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    Originally posted by jschurawlow
    Awhile back when I had bothered to try fdc's vds solutions they couldn't do FreeBSD on them and I got stuck with redhat9. Has that changed recently then?

    You will find quite often with vds's many hosts don't run host machine kernels with support for freebsd to be run on the system. I am sure there are VDS systems available for freebsd by now just many hosts it seems choose to use the Linux alternative due to the supply/demand factoring.

    -Justin
    I think the linux portion of VPS's comes not from the lack of demand for FreeBSD but rather because there isn't any really good solutions (that I know of) for offering such a product. With a linux based VPS you have Xen and Ventrizzo (forgive me butchering the spelling, it's 6 AM) as well as UML. I know there has to exist some piece of software for FreeBSD VPS Solutions but I have never heard of one myself.
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    Originally posted by justadollarhostin
    I think the linux portion of VPS's comes not from the lack of demand for FreeBSD but rather because there isn't any really good solutions (that I know of) for offering such a product. With a linux based VPS you have Xen and Ventrizzo (forgive me butchering the spelling, it's 6 AM) as well as UML. I know there has to exist some piece of software for FreeBSD VPS Solutions but I have never heard of one myself.
    Email JDVS. I know they do FreeBSD VPSs

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