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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Alternatively, for people who have more time than money, they could consider using a pay-as-you-go webhost such as NearlyFreeSpeech.NET, which can cost you as little as a penny a year, depending on how much disk space and bandwidth you need.

    One downside is that you'd have to set up all the fancy stuff such as a blog, a wiki, a subversion repository, a domain name, etc. yourself; there's no control panel with one-click installs, no free domain name and no static IP address. (Though you do get a MySQL process
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    • Oh good; I'm not the only one who mentioned NFS. :)

      For the record, I've installed almost everything you describe on NFS: a wiki, a subversion repository, domain names, etc. I don't think I ever installed a blog, but I've done webforums. I view no control panel as an advantage. :) NFS expects you to do most administration through ssh, which means they are people who think like me. :)

      I think MySQL is actually no extra cost for only one instance, but I could be wrong, as I know that the pricing changed

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