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There really are no good free hosters, unless you don't mind your site getting ass raped with ads. Just spending the even the lowest amount on hosting will get you MUCH more than any free plan will.
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Distribution: RHEL 4 and up, CentOS 5.x, Fedora Core 5 and up, Ubuntu 8 and up
Why not just pay? you can get a wicked setup for like 4 dollars a month, probably even less..... free is cool but I mean you get the SLA (service level agreement) with most hosting companies, this means your down time (if any) is going to be next to none... just a thought...