Support linux hosting shutdown after it was discovered that the domain name for one of the biggest online Linux hosting providers had been compromised, the owner said he was not willing to continue to host the site. We here at LinuxHostingTalk will continue to assist those with questions and complaints and will also continue to provide support.
The hosting company owner said he had no way to contact the site owner, or that he would only talk to one of the admins. However, he did say that the company’s website and email domain name had been shut down. It’s been a few days since the company was shut down, and we’re wondering if this is related to the incident.
I’m not sure what the situation is, but I can assure you that LinuxHostingTalk is happy to assist any and all users who are having problems. I also have a few more questions about this incident.
Yes, it seems likely that a company that isn’t paying anything to the hosting companies in the first place is going to go down for a while. Even though we’re not talking about a company or organization that exists solely to make money, it’s also a big reason that some hosting providers have a bad rep.
We will try this over a weekend. We are not interested in a weekend without seeing the good stuff. We do want to make a difference and we will help you make it.
They have some kind of special hosting agreement that states they should have to pay a certain percentage to the hosting companies for hosting. The hosting providers dont want to take the risk, though, and so they block access to Linux servers. It seems unlikely that you would have problems with a company like yours.
I don’t think it has anything to do with the amount of support you are giving. No, the problem is that the hosting companies are blocking access to Linux servers. We could not access Linux servers because of this special arrangement that we signed. If you care enough about Linux servers, you can still access them. You only have to pay a small fee for that privilege.
This is like the old school phone company that tried to charge you for using their phone because its only for Windows users. They had a lot more money than the average person, and they tried to screw over the rest of us. The good news is that they are not the only ones. I know that the same thing is going on with the major hosting companies, so if your website is blocked, you can always switch to Linux hosting.
I can’t think of many companies that would have a problem with this. Linux is such a popular and established platform that there’s no way they would have a problem. They’re just blocking it because they know they can get more revenue from it.
The reason for the move is a bit tricky. Linux hosting is growing rapidly, and it’s a good platform to use as a new platform. The problem is that the hosting companies are worried that Linux will be too popular. The hosting companies don’t want to have to invest in infrastructure too early. It means they’re cutting support for Linux and that there will be fewer customers for Linux hosting. They are also worried about Linux hosting being too dominant across the Internet.