__/ [ Tim Smith ] on Monday 15 May 2006 05:50 \__
> In article <3334203.1TK6lPLBb8@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> FreeBSD may be fine for servers with rudimentary or limited functionality.
>> One of my sites happily runs on FreeBSD, but it lacks function/usability
>> traits. It has no front end such as cPanel and apart from barebone Apache,
>> all I have is Webalizer. Besides, I like Penguins more than I like devils!
> Huh? cPanel runs fine on FreeBSD. It not being available on your host is
> the fault of whoever owns the host.
Yes. Please see my follow-up to Black Dragon. There was a misunderstanding
due to an ambiguity. I blame the host: APlus.net in California, if I may
add. They refuse to enhance the package which was there when the domain
was initially registered, unless the monthly fee is increased. The Web
site is not mine, but I built it.
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