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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by m42 View Post
    Odd. I bought his cheapest plan last Nov/Dec and I use add-on domains. Perhaps the terms have changed in the past year?
    I wonder why the heck Will doesn't lend you a mere 1% of his own server.

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by Shenron View Post
    I wonder why the heck Will doesn't lend you a mere 1% of his own server.
    Will's servers are available to me. I actually built one of his earlier BSD servers and used to host my personal sites with him.

    One of us being grumpy about server issues is bad, but tolerable. Two would likely bring about the Apocalypse.

    Life is far more mellow when we keep our projects separate.
    (

    Diet Fads

  3. #13
    I knew there should be something behind it...

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by m42 View Post
    Odd. I bought his cheapest plan last Nov/Dec and I use add-on domains. Perhaps the terms have changed in the past year?
    Host Drive or Hosting Lizard?
    Quote Originally Posted by Shenron View Post
    I knew there should be something behind it...
    See, you knew it!

  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by Charles View Post
    Host Drive or Hosting Lizard?
    Hosting Lizard.
    (

    Diet Fads

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by m42 View Post
    Hosting Lizard.
    Hmm, same. I ordered a year's worth of "Leopard Gecko." Disk space: 60GB, Bandwidth: 250GB, eMail: 25 boxes, Domains: 1. I didn't look carefully enough when I ordered it.

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by Charles View Post
    Hmm, same. I ordered a year's worth of "Leopard Gecko." Disk space: 60GB, Bandwidth: 250GB, eMail: 25 boxes, Domains: 1. I didn't look carefully enough when I ordered it.
    Ah. Looks like I have Crested Gecko. Don't know if they had Leopard Gecko when I signed up. Might have just missed it.
    (

    Diet Fads

  8. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by Charles View Post
    Doesn't mean to say that mine doesn't. The only con that I can point out with O2... Is that, depending on which server Nathan places you on, you cannot perform all .htaccess edits (i.e. enabling PHP on HTML).

    I bought a plan with Mia (for a whole year) -- not realizin' that you couldn't have any add-on domains. Kinda unuseable to meh, now.
    The cheapest one has always been (1) one domain. That's why its so cheap

    Quote Originally Posted by m42 View Post
    Odd. I bought his cheapest plan last Nov/Dec and I use add-on domains. Perhaps the terms have changed in the past year?


    Hey guys, sorry for the delayed response here. Had to clear up some commitments that should now clear the way for devoting more of my time here at Net Builders.

    As to our plans. If you buy the lowest level plan "Leopard Gecko", it includes 1 domain. The rest of our shared hosting including unlimited everything, domains, email, etc...

    I'll gladly discount Netbuilders members of course. All you have to do is ask. I'm pretty easy for the most part. Though you won't see me sellign $2 lifetime proxy accounts. If anyone has ever been on a server full of crap accounts, you'll know why.

    Anyway, if anyone ever has any questions, I'm pretty reachable.
    Jer - OWNER HostDrive.Com and HostingLizard.com

  9. #19
    Well you need phpmyadmin and selct all of the tables and find repair in the drop down menu and that should be easy to do i think so,

  10. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by Mia View Post
    The cheapest one has always been (1) one domain. That's why its so cheap
    That'll teach me for not readin' prop'leh!

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