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Silvercord
05-03-2003, 02:55 PM
does anyone have some ftp space I could use

confuted
05-03-2003, 03:27 PM
If you check out 0catch, they might have what you need. Free webserver, 12 mb I think, 1 mb file size limit, but you get FTP access for free.

-KEN-
05-03-2003, 05:20 PM
Originally posted by blackrat364
If you check out 0catch, they might have what you need. Free webserver, 12 mb I think, 1 mb file size limit, but you get FTP access for free.


No remote linking and file extension limits? I doubt that'd be his first choice...

You won't find many people willing to give up precious bandwith to some random person for free. The space is usually not an issue - if I had a server, and somehow people could access files on it without wasting bandwith, then I'd give out a free file hosting account to anyone. But since any transfer uses bandwith...

Speedy5
05-04-2003, 11:45 AM
www.pagemac.com
It offers web space for web hosting. The way to get files on there is via FTP (*hint hint*). So you can essentially use it as an ftp server. Its free, unlimited bandwidth, unlimited file size (almost, like no over 400 mb lol), and a subdomain. It's run by my friend. Just email him and you'll get it asap in like 3 minutes when he gets your email.

Its his personal server but downloads are pretty decent: 35 Kbps steady.

A more direct link:
http://pagemac.com/hosting.html

Geo-Fry
05-04-2003, 07:13 PM
www.spaceports.com is very nice, 5 gig bandwidth, unlimited space, cgi/php/mysql support, ftp, but enough ads to fill a... large space

Xei
05-04-2003, 09:25 PM
What do you need FTP space for?

Speedy5
05-05-2003, 01:39 PM
Pagemac doesn't put any ads on your page*, its just free space.

* (lol, I sound like an ad) However, on only your main page, a small, customizable, span linking to the other pages in the network, about 20 pixels high needs to be placed in any part of the page, prefferably the top.