jerry at daniels-mara.com
Mon Feb 18 22:42:13 EST 2008
Andre recommended them to us and we have switched. I like them a
bunch. We host all of our GLX2 update files on there and run our Rev
CGI's there as well.
Daniels & Mara, Inc.
Makers of GLX2
On Feb 18, 2008, at 6:56 PM, J. Landman Gay wrote:
> Chipp Walters wrote:
> > Hi Jacque,
> > I'm looking at playing around some with RevCGI and saw where you
> > JagPC a couple of years ago. Do you still recommend them?
> I still use them and I still recommend them. Andre has answered most
> of your questions, but I'll just add that I am on their basic, $10/
> month plan and even with that I can do most of what Andre is doing.
> I don't install my own Linux components but Jag is flexible enough
> that if you want something that won't disrupt their servers, they'll
> install just about anything for you. (You have your own cgi folder
> and they don't care what you put in there. I have several Rev CGIs
> running.) The basic plan offers plenty of diskspace for my needs; I
> haven't used a fraction of the diskspace or bandwidth that comes
> with the package. I believe all accounts have reseller priveleges, I
> think that comes with any package, though I don't use it.
> And yes, you just sign up and you're in. It's all automated so it
> doesn't take any time. And as Andre pointed out, their tech support
> is very good.
> Jacqueline Landman Gay | jacque at hyperactivesw.com
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