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    I need a dedicated server for $100/month

    P3/4 Intel Celeron
    512MB of RAM
    60 GB hard disk
    100GB Bandwidth
    Red Hat Linux 7.3 with these requirements: http://www.dvhs.com.md/requirements.html
    1IP's
    without Ensim/CPanel/WHM ....

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    This is more a request, so you've posted this in the wrong forum.

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    rackshack.net ?
    Mike @ Xiolink.com
    http://www.xiolink.com 1-877-4-XIOLINK
    Advanced Managed Microsoft Hosting
    "Your data... always within reach"

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    I think if yuo want a server for $99/mo, it's only reasonable that you're expected to do the dirty work.

    If you expect a $99/mo host to setup redhat 7.3 to those requirements (instead of yourself), you're probably not going to be pleased with the result you get.

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    www.rackfive.com
    Aquired by Data Provider LLC.

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    he just wanted to show his newest achievement: how to make a link beeing a link

    therefor he sure has learned nights over nights

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    no matter if other said rackshack.net, i just posted my opinion of a good server for $100/mo or i cant?

    if other post rackshack.net, that mean i cant post it again?

    and anyway... i didnt saw the other posts sorry
    www.rackfive.com
    Aquired by Data Provider LLC.

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    rackshack.net is Ok, but they doesn't allow wildcard and also don't have qouta enabled for 'filesystem /home' on his servers

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    ns1.rackshack.net and ns2.rackshack.net doesn't support wildcard, but that is not so important for me, I can use soa.granitecanyon.com. The most important thing is that filesystem /home and quota enable for it.

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    oh, if you have a dedicated server, you should by all means be running your own dns servers.

    I used soa.granitecanyon.com for some time and found it extremely unreliable, 30 second lookup times sometimes.

    You can always enable quota in /home yourself not really rackshacks job to do

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