My ISP doesn't accept "Client CGI" = No RR CGI ;-<
alex at mindlube.com
Mon Feb 23 10:32:50 CST 2004
On Feb 23, 2004, at 9:14 AM, jbv wrote:
> Just curious : what exactly is "not the case with US ISPs" ?
Sorry, I meant CGI is usually available, even with low-end web hosting
> And would the one you mentioned (for instance) accept to host
> an overseas website, and let the developper install whatever app
> he wants ?
I assume so, but don't know. You better read their service agreement
and levels of service.
They allow not only CGI, but also have SSH (like telnet) and ability to
compile stuff, run cron jobs, and so forth. A real Unix shell account.
The only thing you wouldn't be able to do is install stuff that needs
> And what about rates, any idea ?
Not the cheapest, but it's a really great value. If you look at their
connectivity, and look at the hardware their servers are running, it's
The server I am on (a shared server) is a dual-3Ghz Pentium 4, 2 GB
RAM, Linux 2.4, journaled filesystem.
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