>On 22 Jan 2009, at 11:47, Gavin McCullagh wrote:
>> Did you ask laptops.ie for advice? Did they refuse? That's a bit
>From previous mention here and on #linux, laptops.ie is not a vendor
>recommended. The only thing .ie about them is the domain name and
>service does not appear to be stellar.
as of 13:55 Today,
Leads to a login page.
"Your account has been created.
You can access your Web site right away using
d3722283.Basic64.positivit.ie. Over the next few days, DNS servers all
across the Internet will
update themselves with your new site name. Once that happens, you will
be able to access your site at its permanent address, laptops.ie."
....Not that I'm disputing there reputability for one second here....
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