[nycphp-talk] Need FREE PHP site with mySQL
soazine at erols.com
Wed Feb 26 16:59:25 EST 2003
Yeah, DSL is out of my budget, and out of reality; I can't get DSL where I
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeremy Hise" <jhise at nextsource.com>
To: "NYPHP Talk" <talk at nyphp.org>
Sent: Wednesday, February 26, 2003 4:58 PM
Subject: Re: [nycphp-talk] Need FREE PHP site with mySQL
> Since you bring up hosting your own, if you can go with Cloud9 I suggest
it. After coming from Verizon DSL, I was blown away by their help. I
currently have my own PHP/mySQL box running outta the old appartment.
Certainly not for production use. Their techies will work with you. I was
one of the first to receive their new dsl modem and had problems cause I
think both their modem and my router where both trying to do NAT. They
totally hooked me up. They walked me through disabling the NAT on their
modem and everything was great. They don't block port 80. They really don't
seem to care what you do with yer line.
> Anyway. If you don't have the budget for jtlnet.com (php/mysql/10Mb
@$7.95) then I'm assuming you don't have the budget for DSL.
> On Wed, 26 Feb 2003 16:49:30 -0500
> "Christopher R. Merlo" <cmerlo at turing.matcmp.ncc.edu> wrote:
> > On 2003-02-26 16:35 -0500, Phil Powell <soazine at erols.com> wrote:
> > > OK, this might be a bizarre challenge, but I am in need of a free
> > > hosting site that allows for PHP and mySQL (or Access or whatever).
> > > I have been using www.brinkster.com for my free DB needs for 3 years
> > > and I absolutely HATE the site! It is extremely poorly developed as
> > > far as a hosting service for the free people is concerned (unless
> > > you want to pay like the obligatory $35/mo), and I honestly do not
> > > have the budget (as in, no budget) to afford anything that costs.
> > > What would you suggest I do at this point?
> > Out here on LI, Cablevision blocks incoming requests on port 80. But
> > if your [cable|dsl] provider doesn't, you can always roll your own at
> > home, which is what I did for a long time until Code Red prompted
> > Cablevision to shut it down.
> > --
> > cmerlo at turing.matcmp.ncc.edu http://turing.matcmp.ncc.edu/~cmerlo
> > A certain amount of opposition is a help, not a hindrance. Kites rise
> > against the wind, not with it.
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