Like, if you're really the only user, just throw Apache/MySQL/PHP on your
desktop/laptop and develop there...

You'll still need to find a host with the features you need, but now you
have three months to do the research.

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----- Original Message -----
From: Damiano Ferrari <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Newsgroups: php.general
Sent: Sunday, August 05, 2001 5:53 AM
Subject: Re: [PHP] web hosting

> Obviously, dedicated hosting is something that I am considering. But given
> that the application I am writing won't be ready for at least 3 months,
> feel a bit stupid to spend $300+/month when the only user will be me and
> maybe another person. Furthermore, my current web host sys admin stated
> he has been compiling PHP in the same way for the last 3 years and has
> had a problem, therefore he will not make any change. I don't believe that
> is too smart a choice in a field where everything changes continuously (if
> car dealers had his same policy, we'd still be buying Ford T...). Thanks
> your suggestion though :-)
> Damiano
> "Tim" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> > If you want the freedom to do anything you want to your very own server
> > (i.e. not shared with a bunch of other people) then something like
> > is an alternative (although it costs more :).
> >
> > - Tim
> >
> > On 04 Aug 2001 23:26:44 -0500, Damiano Ferrari wrote:
> > > Since I am tired of switching from one web host to another because of
> the
> > > limitations that are imposed... does anybody know of a host provider
> that
> > > supports PHP & MySQL and that, differently from my current host, will
> also
> > > allow me to upload files and install the IMAP functions?
> >
> >

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