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With what hosts do you have active services?

With what hosts do you have active services?
What are the specs and the price for the service?
What perks do they have (additional licenses for free etc...)?
What's the uptime with them for you so far?
Do you like them or not?

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  • yoursunnyyoursunny Member
    edited March 31

    My current line-up:

    hostname provider location CPU RAM price
    box0 microLXC ANR ? 256 free
    box1 Evolution Host BDN 200% 2048 free
    box2 EUserv ? 1GHz 1024 free
    box3 Gullo YUL ? 256 $2
    vps1 VirMach LAX 66% 1920 $8.88
    vps4 SpartanHost SEA 50% 1024 $16
    vps5 VirMach BUF 33% 384 $4
    vps6 Nexril DAL 25% 1024 $8.40 + 16 push-ups
    vps8 MaxKVM AMS 33% 1024 $1.50/month

    Hostname box* indicates free or NAT, vps* indicates paid and non-NAT.
    Location is IATA code.
    CPU indicates persistent usage allowance.
    RAM is in MiB.
    Prices are annual unless noted.

    I don't care about "licenses" as I do not use them.
    There's no uptime record because I'm rebooting machines frequently to apply updates.

    I like box1, vps4, and vps6 because they perform very well.
    I dislike box2 because it's the slowest.
    I have mixed feeling on vps8 because it has good connectivity but I might be too stupid to have it.

    I have five ≥1GB, ≤$16/year KVM servers. Are you jealous?

  • @yoursunny said: box1 Evolution Host BDN 200% 2048 free

    What promo was dat?

  • I have services with almost all hosts on here.

    The few I do not have services with are either a spinoff of an older scam company, or in locations where I already have 2-3+ servers.

    The specs range from 1cpu 512mb ram VPS, to a few i5 dedicated servers. I only have dedicated servers with @Clouvider (cause they are fucking awesome!), and with TNA hosting, cause it was $17/m or $19m (not sure which one it was), and you can't just give up a deal like that :-)

    My VPS pricing ranges from $10/yr to $25/month (I use a lot of bandwidth, so most of my VPS are high bandwidth ones).

    The perks - I do not really need those. I think @seriesn slapped me with a backup service or vps or something (I don't use it, so cant comment on that), and @Francisco got me a Blesta and DA for free, which I played with but have not really used.

    As far as uptime - most have the same uptime of a few months (due to upgrades that I performed), except a few that I got recently. I must say - I have not noticed any serious downtime to complain about. Some of my highest uptime machines are with @SpryServers_Tab (over an year last time I checked) and with @anyNode (one of my machines with them is up ever since they moved from Cali to LV). There is also the one from @FHR - skylon host has been rock solid for me with one of the highest uptimes.

    Overall, except a few bad apples on here - I have been very satisfied with LET and the providers that are on here. Looking forward to getting more and more as time goes by :-)

  • ClouviderClouvider Member, Provider

    Thanks for the kind words @t0ny0 ! :-)

    We’re happy to have you :smile:

    Thanked by 1NobodyInteresting

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  • @skorupion said:

    @yoursunny said: box1 Evolution Host BDN 200% 2048 free

    What promo was dat?

    @EvolutionHost provides a free VPS to popular websites, in exchange for a backlink on my homepage.
    $0.00 KVM VPS - 4GB RAM, 4 vCPU cores, Gbps Port, DDoS Protection - Details inside

    The popularity of my website qualifies for 3GB plan.
    However, upon hearing my plan for using the CPU for software development, I only received a 2GB on which I'm allowed to fully utilize the CPU.
    They advertise "dedicated resources" after all.

    Now I use box1 to build Docker containers.
    When not in use, it runs Archive Team tasks.

    I need to keep the link in place on my frontpage, but I don't have to host the website out of this server.
    Also, I'm expected to write a few ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ reviews every 6 months.

    Thanked by 1skorupion

    I have five ≥1GB, ≤$16/year KVM servers. Are you jealous?

  • zxrlhazxrlha Member

    My current active ones:

    hostname provider location vCPU RAM Disk price(USD)/month
    main NexusBytes NL 1C 1G 20G 2.7
    run1 NaranjaTech NL 4C 8G 120G 7.2
    run2 QuantumCore AU 1C 1G 30G 0.65
    run4 Webhorizon SG 1C 1G 5G 1.8
    run5 RackNerd US 1C 1G 15G 1.8
    run6 NexusBytes JP 1C 1G 20G 3.2
    run7 NaranjaTech NL 1C 1G 15G 1.1
    little LittleCreek US 4C 4G 80G 3.5
    next Novos BE 2C 2G 20G+3T 7.8
    spec Virmach US 1C 2.75G 10G 1.2

    Till now, only run4 and little have some downtime.

    I don't care about those additional licenses, and I care mainly
    CPU burst performance, and network stability.
    I like most of them, especially run1,run6 and little.
    main and run7 are good, but I found that it is difficult to upgrade them,
    so I ordered run1 instead of upgrading them.
    run2 is also good but that price is only for one year.
    run4 has good CPU performance, but the network is not stable.
    The CPU performance of run5 degraded a lot since I ordered it.
    run6 is in Japan and thus I like it.
    little is very good since it is 4C at $3.5/month.
    spec has very poor CPU performance and thus I dislike it.
    next is good, but I feel 3TB is too much for me since currently I'm using less than 500GB.

    In addition, recently I got the 128MB NAT bundle from Gullo($12/year),
    and I'm still checking/testing them.

    Thanked by 2skorupion seriesn

    QuantumCore :) Webhorizon :) LittleCreek :D Clouveo ;) RackNerd ;) NexusBytes :* Novos :p NaranjaTech :*

  • @zxrlha said:
    My current active ones:

    hostname provider location vCPU RAM Disk price(USD)/month
    main NexusBytes NL 1C 1G 20G 2.7
    run1 NaranjaTech NL 4C 8G 120G 7.2
    run2 QuantumCore AU 1C 1G 30G 0.65
    run4 Webhorizon SG 1C 1G 5G 1.8
    run5 RackNerd US 1C 1G 15G 1.8
    run6 NexusBytes JP 1C 1G 20G 3.2
    run7 NaranjaTech NL 1C 1G 15G 1.1
    little LittleCreek US 4C 4G 80G 3.5
    next Novos BE 2C 2G 20G+3T 7.8
    spec Virmach US 1C 2.75G 10G 1.2

    Till now, only run4 and little have some downtime.

    I don't care about those additional licenses, and I care mainly
    CPU burst performance, and network stability.
    I like most of them, especially run1,run6 and little.
    main and run7 are good, but I found that it is difficult to upgrade them,
    so I ordered run1 instead of upgrading them.
    run2 is also good but that price is only for one year.
    run4 has good CPU performance, but the network is not stable.
    The CPU performance of run5 degraded a lot since I ordered it.
    run6 is in Japan and thus I like it.
    little is very good since it is 4C at $3.5/month.
    spec has very poor CPU performance and thus I dislike it.
    next is good, but I feel 3TB is too much for me since currently I'm using less than 500GB.

    In addition, recently I got the 128MB NAT bundle from Gullo($12/year),
    and I'm still checking/testing them.

    so in total 31.95 USD per month.
    At this point i'd just recommend getting a dedi from hetzner (AX-41 Nvme)
    AMD Ryzen 5 3600 Hexa-Core
    64 GB DDR4 ECC
    2 x 512 GB Nvme
    2 TB HDD

    All of that for 57.12 eur monthly including 19% VAT
    (setup fee 46.41 eur one time)

  • NeoonNeoon Member
    edited March 31

    Basically with every common provider.

  • skorupionskorupion Member
    edited March 31

    @Neoon said:
    Basically with every common provider.

    The bigger question is how much are you paying for them monthly? or yearly

  • NeoonNeoon Member
    edited March 31

    @skorupion said:

    @Neoon said:
    Basically with every common provider.

    The bigger question is how much are you paying for them monthly? or yearly

    I don't know and I don't want to know.
    90% of my stuff is purchased on good deals, not regular pricing, its dirt cheap.

  • @Neoon said:

    @skorupion said:

    @Neoon said:
    Basically with every common provider.

    The bigger question is how much are you paying for them monthly? or yearly

    I don't know and I don't want to know.
    90% of my stuff is purchased on good deals, not regular pricing, its dirt cheap.

    COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT!

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  • @Neoon said:

    @skorupion said:

    @Neoon said:
    Basically with every common provider.

    The bigger question is how much are you paying for them monthly? or yearly

    I don't know and I don't want to know.
    90% of my stuff is purchased on good deals, not regular pricing, its dirt cheap.

    One million dollars!!!
    Lol

    Thanked by 1skorupion
  • lukgthlukgth Member
    hostname provider location vCPU RAM Disk price(EUR)/month
    main Contabo DE 8C 30G 800G 14.99
    storage HostSolutions RO 1C 1G 1T 3.9
    Thanked by 1skorupion
  • donlidonli Member

    @skorupion said:

    @Neoon said:

    @skorupion said:

    @Neoon said:
    Basically with every common provider.

    The bigger question is how much are you paying for them monthly? or yearly

    I don't know and I don't want to know.
    90% of my stuff is purchased on good deals, not regular pricing, its dirt cheap.

    COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT!

    If he knew how much stuff cost, he might stop giving away some of it for free.

  • @donli said:

    @skorupion said:

    @Neoon said:

    @skorupion said:

    @Neoon said:
    Basically with every common provider.

    The bigger question is how much are you paying for them monthly? or yearly

    I don't know and I don't want to know.
    90% of my stuff is purchased on good deals, not regular pricing, its dirt cheap.

    COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT!

    If he knew how much stuff cost, he might stop giving away some of it for free.

    Oh well, I NEED TO KNOW

  • edited March 31
    Provider Location CPU RAM Disk Price
    SoYouStart Roubaix 2x ARMv9 2 GB 4 TB 10.99 USD/mo
    VirMach Los Angeles 3 vCPU 1.88 GB 45 GB 8.88 USD/yr
    Oracle Cloud Phoenix 1/8 vCPU 1 GB 50 GB Free
    Pulsed Media Helsinki Shared 6-core Opteron 6 GB 6 TB 7 EUR/mo

    SYS and PulsedMedia boxes for Linux ISOs. I'll probably keep the SYS box until OVH pries it from my hands because its fantastic for the price and I've pushed almost a petabyte since I bought it. Thank god it wasn't located in Strasbourg.

    Oracle Cloud and VirMach as general purpose VPS. Hosts a few websites and docker containers. Pretty satisfied with their uptime overall.

    Thanked by 1skorupion
  • NeoonNeoon Member

    @skorupion said:

    @Neoon said:

    @skorupion said:

    @Neoon said:
    Basically with every common provider.

    The bigger question is how much are you paying for them monthly? or yearly

    I don't know and I don't want to know.
    90% of my stuff is purchased on good deals, not regular pricing, its dirt cheap.

    COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT! COUNT IT!

    The databases says 36 but I know that is too low, since it dosent include every machine.

    So lets say somewhat above 40 machines.

  • LeeLee Member

    @skorupion said: At this point i'd just recommend getting a dedi from hetzner (AX-41 Nvme)

    There is a guy that just doesn't get it..

  • JordJord Moderator, Provider

    I have many services with EntryBytes @seriesn

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  • MarcoooMarcooo Member, Provider

    Only me own right now :smile:

    Thanked by 1skorupion

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  • zxrlhazxrlha Member

    @skorupion said:

    @zxrlha said:
    My current active ones:

    hostname provider location vCPU RAM Disk price(USD)/month
    main NexusBytes NL 1C 1G 20G 2.7
    run1 NaranjaTech NL 4C 8G 120G 7.2
    run2 QuantumCore AU 1C 1G 30G 0.65
    run4 Webhorizon SG 1C 1G 5G 1.8
    run5 RackNerd US 1C 1G 15G 1.8
    run6 NexusBytes JP 1C 1G 20G 3.2
    run7 NaranjaTech NL 1C 1G 15G 1.1
    little LittleCreek US 4C 4G 80G 3.5
    next Novos BE 2C 2G 20G+3T 7.8
    spec Virmach US 1C 2.75G 10G 1.2

    Till now, only run4 and little have some downtime.

    I don't care about those additional licenses, and I care mainly
    CPU burst performance, and network stability.
    I like most of them, especially run1,run6 and little.
    main and run7 are good, but I found that it is difficult to upgrade them,
    so I ordered run1 instead of upgrading them.
    run2 is also good but that price is only for one year.
    run4 has good CPU performance, but the network is not stable.
    The CPU performance of run5 degraded a lot since I ordered it.
    run6 is in Japan and thus I like it.
    little is very good since it is 4C at $3.5/month.
    spec has very poor CPU performance and thus I dislike it.
    next is good, but I feel 3TB is too much for me since currently I'm using less than 500GB.

    In addition, recently I got the 128MB NAT bundle from Gullo($12/year),
    and I'm still checking/testing them.

    so in total 31.95 USD per month.
    At this point i'd just recommend getting a dedi from hetzner (AX-41 Nvme)
    AMD Ryzen 5 3600 Hexa-Core
    64 GB DDR4 ECC
    2 x 512 GB Nvme
    2 TB HDD

    All of that for 57.12 eur monthly including 19% VAT
    (setup fee 46.41 eur one time)

    Ahh, thanks for the suggestion.
    However, a dedi is not suitable for me.
    I'd like to have them spread in different locations.

    Thanked by 1skorupion

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  • donlidonli Member

    @Lee said:

    @skorupion said: At this point i'd just recommend getting a dedi from hetzner (AX-41 Nvme)

    There is a guy that just doesn't get it..

    At least he didn't suggest OVH.

    Thanked by 1Lee
  • @donli said:

    @Lee said:

    @skorupion said: At this point i'd just recommend getting a dedi from hetzner (AX-41 Nvme)

    There is a guy that just doesn't get it..

    At least he didn't suggest OVH.

    :lol: SGB is the most reliable datacenter tho :lol:

  • edoarudo5edoarudo5 Member
    edited March 31

    KnownHost for my dedicated servers for my and my clients' production websites and hosting my own nameservers. HostHatch for the backup storage servers for my KnownHost servers, also have DDOS protected one for communication server and an RDP server running for remote tasks. Servarica for the 2nd backup storage server just in case something happens to the HostHatch servers. BuyVM for the 3rd backup storage servers which hosts the same copy for backups and for some free speech content. A 2.99 EUR/month dedi I got from a sale on Scaleway/Online.net for hosting my own nameserver and billing portal. FreeRangeCloud for whitelabel purposes (SWIP, ASN). KimSufi dedi for Linux ISOs and some questionable stuffs. Free currently idling 1.5GB RAM Ryzen from RackNerd. Free shared hosting from VirMach.

    Got KH, HH, Servarica on Black Friday pricing. Scaleway, a kiderchaire. Kimsufi, flash sale pricing. Paying regular pricing for BuyVM as I also got a deal for FRC.

    I do have inactive Hetzner and Vultr accounts just in case I need to spin up some emergency VMs.

  • @skorupion said:
    so in total 31.95 USD per month.
    At this point i'd just recommend getting a dedi from hetzner (AX-41 Nvme)

    I have fewer than 10 VPS.
    Even if I reach 32 VPS that would fully occupy a dedicated server, I will not replace it with a dedicated server.

    Location: no matter where I place the dedicated server, some viewers won experience a latency of over 150ms.
    The 2021 January push-ups report described such a scenario: the global NDN testbed has 10 servers capable of WebSockets but few in Asia, so that Asian viewers are getting the worst video quality.

    Resilency: today my VPS was knocked offline, and I re-deployed the website on another VPS.
    If all I have is a dedicated server, it would be a longer downtime.


    @skorupion said:
    :lol: SGB is the most reliable datacenter tho :lol:

    I think Mali Hosting is better than them.

    Thanked by 1skorupion

    I have five ≥1GB, ≤$16/year KVM servers. Are you jealous?

  • Tony40Tony40 Member
    edited April 1

    Servdiscount - Dedicated Server.

    Contabo - VPS Box.

    RackNerd - Shared CPanel Hosting.

  • @yoursunny said: I think Mali Hosting is better than them.

    You are absolutely right <3
    Second, obviously is your host summerhost <3

  • Jackma1Jackma1 Member

    racknerd .

    used to have liteserver.nl .

  • @Jackma1 said: used to have liteserver.nl .

    And why aren't you with them anymore?

  • BastionBastion Member

    @skorupion said:
    With what hosts do you have active services?
    What are the specs and the price for the service?
    What perks do they have (additional licenses for free etc...)?
    What's the uptime with them for you so far?
    Do you like them or not?

    BuyVM - 3 active VMs + 1 slab
    2x $2/month vm @ 512mb ram
    1x $3.5/month vm @ 1gb ram
    1x $1.25/month storage "slab" @ 256Gb
    Free IPV4, tons of monthly bandwidth (like 8TB per gig of ram), etc
    Uptime has so far only been limited by my stupidity & ddos attacks

    Digital Ocean - 1 active VM
    $5/month vm @ 1gb ram
    Super fast network speeds (but lower bandwidth allowance), easy to add more complicated features like DNS, <5 minute provisioning
    Uptime has so far only been limited by my stupidity & ddos attacks

    I'd recommend either host depending on your budget and what you want to host. BuyVM is much more lenient about content and such, especially in the Luxembourg datacenter.

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  • v3ngv3ng Member

    Shit

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  • @v3ng said:
    Shit

    NOW that's a lot of servers says in Phil Swift voice

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  • DataIdeas-JoshDataIdeas-Josh Member, Provider
    edited April 1

    Lets see
    I got BuyVM @Francisco, NexusByes @seriesn, Spearware Networks @SWN_Michael , My Own servers, and a random Digital Ocean VPS out in BFE.

    Alien Data: VPS and Colo Based In Texas, Unmetered Bandwidth.
    RPIServers: Dedicated Micro Servers - Micro Colo - Unmeterd Bandwidth

  • SWN_Michael SWN_Michael Member, Provider

    @DataIdeas-Josh said:
    Lets see
    I got BuyVM @Francisco, NexusByes @seriesn, Spearware Networks @SWN_Michael , My Own servers, and a random Digital Ocean VPS out in BFE.

    I hope you're enjoying your service with us!

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  • SWN_Michael SWN_Michael Member, Provider

    I have services on my own infrastructure, and a couple slices with BuyVM @Francisco (status page and company website are kept offsite for obvious reasons.)

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  • thedpthedp Member

    OP was banned for?

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  • JasonMJasonM Member

    With ramnode, DO (currently)
    had with HVH, virmach, (earlier)

  • FalzoFalzo Member

    @thedp said:
    OP was banned for?

    Most likely for being a 3yo trying to break cest pit... dunno if temp or perm though.

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  • GanonkGanonk Member

    OeMJi... bannable :o

    don't forget to click Thanks

  • FritzFritz Member

    Op is the mod at hostboards.com

    I'm Good!

  • angstromangstrom Member

    @Fritz said:
    Op is the mod at hostboards.com

    Oh, the irony!

    Anyway, he was acting obnoxiously here

    "Linux will run happily with only 4 MB of RAM, including all of the bells and whistles such as the X Window System, Emacs, and so on." (M. Welsh & L. Kaufman, Running Linux, 2e, 1996, p. 32)

  • HotmarerHotmarer Member

    @Fritz said:
    Op is the mod at hostboards.com

    This is a student from Poland who was bored. I don't think he's a moderator at hostboards.com.

  • angstromangstrom Member

    @Hotmarer said:

    @Fritz said:
    Op is the mod at hostboards.com

    This is a student from Poland who was bored. I don't think he's a moderator at hostboards.com.

    https://hostboards.com/discussion/4255/congratulations-to-skorupion-on-becoming-our-newest-moderator

    "Linux will run happily with only 4 MB of RAM, including all of the bells and whistles such as the X Window System, Emacs, and so on." (M. Welsh & L. Kaufman, Running Linux, 2e, 1996, p. 32)

  • Being a moderator at the competitor isn't a ban-able offense.
    Moreover, the owner of HostBoards isn't banned.

    I have five ≥1GB, ≤$16/year KVM servers. Are you jealous?

  • angstromangstrom Member

    @yoursunny said:
    Being a moderator at the competitor isn't a ban-able offense.

    Indeed

    Moreover, the owner of HostBoards isn't banned.

    Indeed

    But this isn't at all the reason why @skorupion was banned here

    "Linux will run happily with only 4 MB of RAM, including all of the bells and whistles such as the X Window System, Emacs, and so on." (M. Welsh & L. Kaufman, Running Linux, 2e, 1996, p. 32)

  • HotmarerHotmarer Member

    @angstrom said: But this isn't at all the reason why @skorupion was banned here

    Then what is the reason for the ban?

  • He was fun, it's sad to see him banned :neutral:

  • @Hotmarer said: Then what is the reason for the ban?

    He was having fun with Vanilla in The Cest Pit. Happens.

  • edited April 3

    @Hotmarer said: @angstrom said: But this isn't at all the reason why @skorupion was banned here

    Then what is the reason for the ban?

    Lowendtalk does seem to have a problem with banning people for unknown and dubious reasons. There are many other popular forum members that I could name, who have been similarly banned, for unknown reasons.

    Anyway, this might be some perverted scheme where jbiloh (or perhaps one of the moderators, based on their own wishes) is trying to degrade the experience for people and send them over to the Other Green Forum.

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