Talk About Free VPS

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  1. vyjhala

    vyjhala New Member

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    Hi

    Admin You  should start free vps service too for who want to learn linux  command and manage vps service  

    with minimum requirement also with  restriction     

    128  MB RAM

    5 GB HDD

    Openvz virtualization  

    it just suggestion 

    : :)
     
  2. amigr9

    amigr9 New Member

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    Try freevps.us
    They provide vps for posts on forum and freevps.us is a part of Hostmada

    <if you are really interested in learning Linux commands and etc>

    Install Linux on your machine
     
  3. Andrea

    Andrea Administrator Staff Member

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    It's not part of HostMada.
    We are currently sponsoring this community by providing some free VPSes to its members but it's not owned by us :)

    Anyway I highly suggest you freevps.us, it's the best source available to get a free VPS.
    You can get one of ours too there! :)
    https://freevps.us/thread-16857.html


    We will hardly start a free vps service due to the costs involved to handle such infrastracture.
     
  4. vyjhala

    vyjhala New Member

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    Thanks for reply

    freevps.us is good site 

    :)
     
  5. vyjhala

    vyjhala New Member

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    Thanks for reply

    Freevps.us is good community  and website too.

    :)
     
  6. Azana

    Azana New Member

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    That's a great offer, might have to check it out. But first I have to learn more about how to use Linux, never was able to understand GRUB/SUPERGRUB.
     
  7. Michael

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    @Azana you don't use grub on a VPS, it boots automatically from the control panel
     
  8. FlamesRunner

    FlamesRunner Moderator Staff Member

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    @Michael
    It depends on the virtualization used; if it's Xen HVM/KVM, it will most likely use GRUB as the bootloader for the virtual server.
    However, HostMada servers run OpenVZ, so grub is not needed.
     

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