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HwzrHlslndr 12-31-2002 01:52 PM

Most Popular/Best Place for Linux User Home Pages
 
Hi all... I hope this is an apropos question for this forum. If not, I apologize.

I am thoroughly enjoying Linux and this community. (Even though I can't get my damned floppy drive working. hehehe)

I have not been interested in putting up a web (home) page for years, but now I am! I was wondering if there was a place most used to post a home page--something more geared toward Linux people than just geocities, etc.

Thanks!

bulliver 12-31-2002 02:08 PM

Do you have a cable/dsl connection? If so your computer makes a great place to host a website, and it is a good exercise in Linux admin'ing to get Apache et al configured.

Best of all: free!

Caveat: If your site becomes too popular then your box will become sluggish when you do 'normal stuff', but if it's just a simple homepage with a few hits here and there no problem

HwzrHlslndr 12-31-2002 03:03 PM

Bulliver, I am sorry to say, no. Stillusing dial up, but am seriously leaning toward cable access.

Thanks.

bulliver 12-31-2002 03:10 PM

I've been toying with the idea of setting up a "free server project" to host webpages and use a donation system to pay for the bandwith, but I need a dedicated box for the server (not sure if my 233 will handle it, even without X), so it may be a while.

You might just have to serch the web for "free hosting" and wade through the results for something promising.

DavidPhillips 12-31-2002 03:41 PM

your isp should have free webspace, almost all of them do now.

MasterC 12-31-2002 04:10 PM

http://uptime.netcraft.com/up/graph/...reeservers.com

It looks like my website is hosted on a linux box. You can check out any sites you are interested in at www.netcraft.com , and see if they run on linux or not.

As for a place where all linux people band together, and take up arms against the arch enemy OS's :D No, I don't think something like that'd exist since variety is a good portion of the reason to use linux.

Cool

chilibowl 01-02-2003 07:44 PM

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chilibowl

Blitzkrieg 01-02-2003 08:35 PM

You can also search in this site for a webhost that suits your needs :)


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