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    Quick Question

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    I was looking at a server like this

    AMD Sempron 2400
    1024 MB RAM
    80 GB IDE HD
    10 Mbps Unmetered
    5 IP's



    i am not so sure on which operating system
    i just want something most apps will run on

    cent OS/Fedora Core/freebsd


    AMD Sempron 2400 - 10 Mbps Unmetered:
    1-Month @ $119.99 + Setup: FREE
    CPU Upgrade: NONE

    RAM: 1024 MB RAM - One Time + Setup: $55.00

    Hard Drive: 80 GB HD

    2nd Hard Drive: NONE

    Operating System: not sure

    Control Panel: cPanel $25.00

    Remote Reboot: Remote Reboot Port $12.00

    Bandwidth: 10 Mbps Unmetered


    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Package(s) Total $156.99
    Package(s) Setup $55.00

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Sub Total $211.99
    Total Due $211.99*


    * $156.99 will be due on the next renewal date: 08/01/2005
    (Domain renewals billed separately.)


    now also tell me how good the processor is

    also i have questions since i am customizing the server i was wondering if i fell back on payments could the host provide me with some time? i will most likely not need it i am just asking because you never know

    a discount would also be nice?

    can anyone beat what i am receiving?

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    Depends on what you gonna do with your server.

    I prefer CentOS.
    Specially 4 You
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    small business hosting

    high php and mysql usage

    and also large downloads

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    hi, UnitedPakistan

    was that including fantasico and RV and was it Self managed or full ?

    Thank you

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    it was with fantastico i dont know about RV and it was semi managed

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    here are my unanswered questions


    i am not so sure on which operating system
    i just want something most apps will run on

    now also tell me how good the processor is

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    Has anyone answered that questions yet for you ?

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    Originally posted by UnitedPakistan
    here are my unanswered questions


    i am not so sure on which operating system
    i just want something most apps will run on

    now also tell me how good the processor is
    I suggest CentOS Enterprise Linux if you can get it. It is a free clone of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. I'd stay away from Red Hat 9 (or older) unless you are experienced with patching Linux. Fedora Core is also good but make sure you get the most recent version (4 I think).

    The processor will do nicely for you unless you are planning to install processor intensive software like a mailing list server or something along those lines. It's just right for most web hosting needs.

    Hard drive is a little small by what's being put on new boxes now from what I've seen but should do nicely.

    Ram and quantity of IP's are both a little above standard.

    Alll and all worth about what you'd be paying.
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    Originally posted by TranswarpHos
    I suggest CentOS Enterprise Linux if you can get it. It is a free clone of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. I'd stay away from Red Hat 9 (or older) unless you are experienced with patching Linux. Fedora Core is also good but make sure you get the most recent version (4 I think).

    The processor will do nicely for you unless you are planning to install processor intensive software like a mailing list server or something along those lines. It's just right for most web hosting needs.

    Hard drive is a little small by what's being put on new boxes now from what I've seen but should do nicely.

    Ram and quantity of IP's are both a little above standard.

    Alll and all worth about what you'd be paying.
    Thanks

    One more question

    can i handle 50 clients with resource extensive sites?

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    It depends on what resource its needs and if you have enough of that particular resource. Your question is very open ended unfortunatly.

    I always recommend a reasonable sized box and the reality is if you ever need to upgrade there are lots of people perhaps even your provider that would be able to help you upgrade.
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    how much would you charge for a semphron to a P4?

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