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    Linux dedicated server

    Hi every one of this forum I want discuss about linux. We know there are some server like linux, windows, mac etc. But how many people know about linux dedicated server? Also I don't know more about linux dedicated server. I have a site that have better knowledge about linux dedicated server but I can't understand properly by this site. If any body help me to get knowledge from this site please visit and help me to lesson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mastar View Post
    Hi every one of this forum I want discuss about linux. We know there are some server like linux, windows, mac etc. But how many people know about linux dedicated server? Also I don't know more about linux dedicated server. I have a site that have better knowledge about linux dedicated server but I can't understand properly by this site. If any body help me to get knowledge from this site please visit and help me to lesson.
    I had reviewed the site Dedicatedservercity.com. This site provides with very high based performance of dedicated server with a huge amount of cost price for both Windows and Linux dedicated Server. If you like the requirements and configuration specified, you can buy this server at their site. But i would like to suggest the Experience of my Linux based Dedicated server. I had hosted my site from 9cubehosting.com which offers Intel Atom CPU, 500GB space, 10000GB bandwidth and 4GB RAM at $149.99 per month. This service is very reliable with 24/7 customer support, Network uptime guarantee, Reseller Account and Total root access etc.. This Dedicated server can be hosted in the countries like USA, UK, Australia.

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    Linux is open source there is no cost associated with most versions. The single Linux distribution we offer with any cost associated is RedHat. If you are familiar with RedHat you may want to consider CentOS which is near identical, but free of charge. There are very much similar, Centos updates their system on the regular basis with RedHat’s public code.


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