Michael Watterson wrote:
> oscar cassetti wrote:
>> Hi there,
>>>> I'm looking for a hosting provider which runs a GNU Linux
>> distribution - Redhat, Fedora, CentoOS, Debian, Slackware, Novell/Suse
>> - for a web application written in Ruby.
>> I think that no one supports natively ruby on rails so I will need to
>> configure the machine from scratch.
>> What are your experiences with hosting provider in Ireland and UK ?
> www.siteground.com My www.wattystuff.net seems to run most Linux
> stuff, apache, perl, mysql etc.. You can FTP and install your own
> apps. very cheap.
>> www.digiweb.ie You can rent a server, co-locate your own server, or
>Yes. dedicated or co-located server, for 300 users. forget siteground.
Hosting365 may not like digiweb as boards.ie moved from them to
co-location on Digiweb's site.
BTW, I'm not unbiased as I work in the next cubicle to the hosting blokes.
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