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    Default Whats the difference between Ircd and Shell hosting?

    I want to start my own Irc server. Whats the different kinds of hosting available, and can anyone recommend a hosting provider?

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    IRCD - IRCD will run on IRC daemon on the server, which means you can get control of it.

    Shell Hosting - You can log into the server and execute the commands over ssh.

    Types of hosting:
    1.Shared Hosting
    2.Dedicated Hosting
    3.VPS Hosting

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    Quote Originally Posted by josecook View Post
    I want to start my own Irc server. Whats the different kinds of hosting available, and can anyone recommend a hosting provider?

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    According to me Ircd will run an IRC daemon on the server for you. You only get to control it - no other aspects of the server while Shell hosting means that you can log into the server and execute any commands that you like, probably over ssh. That means that you can run an IRC daemon, but also a lot more stuff at once such as a web server. It is also harder to set up and maintain.

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    IRCD accounts are to individuals who need to run their IRC organize alternately expand their existing you quit offering on that one. Each login will be looking into a differentiate server, spread between 3 us datacenters and 3 first parts of the EU datacenters. A shell account may be a client account around a remote server, customarily running under the unix operating system, which provides for entry with a shell by means of An command-line interface protocol for example, such that telnet or SSH.

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    Really An nice information has been shared Thanks for sharing ..

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