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Hai Mac

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Hi everyone,
I need a little help. I am looking for a good FREE webhosting, that would enable me to run drupal (see drupal.org). It has to:
  • have at least 50 MB
  • have PHP & MySQL
  • be 100% free
  • most importantly MySQL must support addition of new databases
May be I am requiring too much. Please, either tell me what webhosting to use or suggest any alternative to drupal. I am making my own blog and I don't want Blogger anymore. There is little time and I don't want to waste it writing the thing in PHP.

Thanks :tazz:

Edited by Hai Mac, 11 January 2006 - 08:43 AM.

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not sure off hand were you would find that, I assume google isn't beign helpfull on this one http://funpic.org is decent but the have a bit of a size restriction and you only get one DB, i use them for my testing. If you find soemthing like what you are looking fro I'm sure many people would appreciate the link :tazz: although. if you find a site ad rn't sure f it's legit i would be glad to take a look fro you :)
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Thanks for the reply,
well I think I just try to alter the drupal PHP scripts a little bit, so they use the database names I have been given.

Thanks. :tazz:
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OK, i have solved this thing. I changed the database settings in drupal and it works now. You can lock this topic :tazz:
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