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  • by alakon (5293) on Wednesday July 23 2003, @09:07PM (#6081)
    Installing Slashcode is a NIGHTMARE. The documentation is TERRIBLE. Even the "idiot's guide" is hard compared to the Drupal or PHPnuke install. I will be running a webhosting service soon on a dedicated 1.5ghz server with 1gb of bandwidth. If you are interested, contact us at spam@paradoxpoetry.com.
  • we are able to provide slashcode hosting for you.... we've been running slashcode for over a year now, and can get your site up and running very quickly - the process takes less than than half an hour. If you have any further questions, please let me know. Our site is at OpenSourceHosting Thanks, Phil
  • We have 3 OC3 links from different backbone providers (Sprint, Genuity, and UUNet) and run our slash sites on a small cluster of Quad Xeon's with 4Gb of ram each running FreeBSD. We promise %99.5 uptime as a result.

    In a typical shared hosting environment, we charge $24.95/mo or less for this service. Dedicated server hosting is more of course, but the vast majority of the people out there don't need to start with a dedicated server. Grow it from the ultra reliable shared hosting package, and save yourself the extra money involved.

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  • by alexmc (524) on Monday July 28 2003, @05:02AM (#6104) Homepage
    I can help you install and set up slash and can arrange to look after the system. We don't do this normally but I have been runnning DiverseBooks.com for years, and also run DiverseDVD.com and http://www.OWAL.co.uk/news all as slashcode based sites. Check out http://www.OWAL.co.uk/ for more info about my firm.

    We are London, UK based, but of course can use US based hosts if required.
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