web hosting ideas?

Linux for blind general discussion blinux-list at redhat.com
Sat Jul 7 20:09:01 UTC 2018

Hi, Karen.

I've been using Linode for about 13 years now and have been very pleased
overall. I've also used Digital Ocean. I highly recommend either one.

Karl Wilbur
karl at karlwilbur.net

On Sat, Jul 7, 2018, 14:37 Linux for blind general discussion <
blinux-list at redhat.com> wrote:

> Hi folks,
> I realize many of you do your own servers and the like, so I am going to
> ask
> this question with great care.  My needs are rather specific, and even if
> they seem old fashioned, they are rooted in  part in how my specific
> disability experiences manifest just now.
> I work with a nonprofit organization with several program areas in more
> than one country.
> presently our  web needs are housed with dreamhost.
> www.dreamhost.com
> Their hosting accounts include a fairly solid shell structure, in Ubuntu,
> including programs like alpine.  I use ssh  telnet to reach these services
> and must have comparative access where ever i go.
> Dreamhost made security changes about a week ago which now block my ssh
> access.  while I may discover a work around, their mail server behavior
> has been loopy for a while so...a blessing lies in all this mayhem.
> I am going to contact one shell service of which I am already aware,
> preferring not to bring all of my Internet life here to shellworld.
> So, yes there is a question laughs.
> Can you suggest a comparative hosting service that
> a, provides a functional shell as apart of their account.
> b allows for more than one domain to be hosted with them, including sftp
> access and a great deal of account space.
> c. has good customer service
> and
> d, is reasonably priced?
> dreamhost donates hosting accounts to 501c3 organizations, so it has been
> a free ride.
> I do not expect that to continue, but I do  hope to find  something
> reasonable.
> Thanks for your ideas if any.
> Oh, I have no interest whatsoever in hosting my needs on my own.  I lack
> both the resources and talent for such a venture here in Toronto.
> Thanks,
> Karen
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