[ubuntu-us-mn] Ubuntu or Debian hosting for Drupal

Eric Honaker songwindapogee at dragonseptarts.com
Mon Sep 15 18:23:53 BST 2008

Most ISPs will make you have a business connection if they find you are
running a company website, so that would probably add more that $150/year to
your expenses alone.

Eric Honaker
Dragonsept Arts and Publishing <http://www.dragonseptarts.com/>
"Words are, of course, the most powerful drug used by mankind." - Rudyard

On Mon, Sep 15, 2008 at 12:10 PM, Jordan Peacock <hewhocutsdown at gmail.com>wrote:

> Any recommendations?
> It's for an existing site that exceeds the CPU/RAM usage of some of the
> lower-priced basic offerings from AN Hosting or GoDaddy (the shared virtual
> servers). Not a heavy hard drive or bandwidth site. Currently paying
> $150/quarter, looking to lower that as much as possible, as this is for a
> non-profit organization that is on half of a shoe-string budget as it is.
> Does it make sense to upgrade my internet connection and host it myself, or
> go after a hosting company? Ideally I would like to administrate the server
> as well and have it run Ubuntu or Debian, but I'm not hellbent on that.
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