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    Any sites like VPSbyte?

    I had VPSbyte for 1 month, but I dropped them right away because the speeds were horrible!

    I was paying $20/mo which was great, for an unmanaged server.

    Is there any vps providers out there, in a $20/mo price range, just for something basic?

    Thanks for the info!

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    Hello Crath,

    Would you require an control panel like cpanel or plesk?

    Cheers

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    what spec you actually looking for? with $20 you can easily get what you want.
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    The only thing it needs to have is SSH, that way I can get in there and mess with stuff like Django and so on.

    Maybe I do need cpanel, to add multiple domains and such? I don't need multiple ftp accounts or anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crath View Post
    The only thing it needs to have is SSH, that way I can get in there and mess with stuff like Django and so on.

    Maybe I do need cpanel, to add multiple domains and such? I don't need multiple ftp accounts or anything.
    You can easily find that with the budget you have in mind.

    Any location preference?

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    once you hv cPanel installed, you can hv as much as domain or ftp you want. ssh is a basic requirement. sure you get it.
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    I only need 1 ssh account, and 1 ftp account. I would like cpanel, or some simple way to add multiple domain names, instead of needing to go into apache config files and set all of that up myself. I'm not sure how django does it either.

    @ location, doesnt matter? I guess northeastern usa... I'm from outside of philly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crath View Post
    I only need 1 ssh account, and 1 ftp account. I would like cpanel, or some simple way to add multiple domain names, instead of needing to go into apache config files and set all of that up myself. I'm not sure how django does it either.

    @ location, doesnt matter? I guess northeastern usa... I'm from outside of philly
    Hi, I'd recommend you go for DirectAdmin (if cPanel is not your priority) as it is cheaper and you're only adding domain.
    For US based VPS, you can easily find a dozen in WHT..
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    Any highly recommended hosts?

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    try your luck at offer section
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crath View Post
    I only need 1 ssh account, and 1 ftp account. I would like cpanel, or some simple way to add multiple domain names, instead of needing to go into apache config files and set all of that up myself. I'm not sure how django does it either.

    @ location, doesnt matter? I guess northeastern usa... I'm from outside of philly
    If your in philly then take a look at nocster vps as they have direct links to philly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crath View Post
    Any highly recommended hosts?
    Provider's are not allowed to self-advertise, with that being said after you find your VPS provider you can do a search on WHT to see if they have good/bad reviews.

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    I don't really think cPanel has much Django support at all AFAICT. I think you'll still need to write your vhost configs to load mod_wsgi yourself etc. Though one advantage is you will have all your email accounts, databases, and standard hosting fare etc easily controllable within cPanel. But everything comes at a cost :-)

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