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    upGrayde's Avatar Tax Evader BT Rep: +40BT Rep +40BT Rep +40BT Rep +40BT Rep +40BT Rep +40BT Rep +40BT Rep +40
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    in their express dedicated server line

    if you choose fedora

    anyone know what OS they give you? fedora core 6? or fedora 8
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    Better ask their support then us...
    I'm here for the chicks...

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    yea it was fedora core

    any of you had this one before?

    the express ds for 39 euros?

    IT IS SO FUCKING SLOW BROWSING THE WEBUI with 2 torrents running

    vectoral browsing was so much better with lesser specs

    what the hell is going on
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    It's probably not the specs, but more the connection. Try pinging Vectoral and Leaseweb, you'll most likely find that Leaseweb has a higher ping and that means less responsive
    I get 400+ pings with my seedbox so VNC is almost unbearable

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    Quote Originally Posted by TidusBlade View Post
    It's probably not the specs, but more the connection. Try pinging Vectoral and Leaseweb, you'll most likely find that Leaseweb has a higher ping and that means less responsive
    I get 400+ pings with my seedbox so VNC is almost unbearable
    sorry but...i have no idea what your point is

    anyone on here have problems with leaseweb before?

    this box is a piece of shit so far

    i try to run 2 or more torrents and the memory usages jumps up to 980mb out of 1gb...makes no sense

    and the speeds when trying to do this...are pathetic

    i'm about ready to file a complaint with paypal....that these ppl are not helping me in my endeavor to grab illegal files
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    They have different types of bandwidth at leaseweb. You only get the best if you create your own server. I had an Express Box for awhile. It was OK. Speeds were variable, but I dropped it because 2TB bandwidth wasn't enough

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    what fedora version is it?

    what version of wine?
    wine --version

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    [root@radioserver etc]# cat system-release
    Fedora release 9 (Sulphur)
    [root@radioserver etc]# cat /proc/version
    Linux version 2.6.25.4-30.fc9.i686 (mockbuild@) (gcc version 4.3.0 20080428 (Red Hat 4.3.0-8) (GCC) ) #1 SMP Wed May 21 18:12:35 EDT 2008

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    I've been using a windows express leaseweb for a month; the speeds have been great, exactly what I paid for. Dedicated 100mb/s, there hasn't been once instance where I wasn't able to hit 11mb/s. Only thing to complain about is the 'Disk Overload' error that rears its head sometimes, but I'm sure that is due to the smaller harddrive that comes with the express server.

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    holy god, how the hell did ya get those speeds? i have been using the express 3 i guess the same one with ya... I admit, i have seen 10 mb and so forth. However, i didnt hit 11 mb at all, mostly around 4 5 mb and so forth...But i am content with the speeds though freaking awesome indeed leaseweb it rocks

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