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isaias.sifuentes at gmail.com
Tue May 3 14:49:53 CDT 2011
Thank you Joseph,
Yes, one of my main goals was to be hosted on the .edu domain because
IMHO that just looks good. I know how to host myself using my personal
internet connection (although that is probably against my ISP's [and
most others'] terms of service) but that's no dice in terms of a
(free) good looking domain name. I've set up Gentoo
Linux/Apache/MySQL/PHP before too, but that's laborious. Sorry, but
I'd rather not work with Ubuntu. I once had an interview with the
Chicago Mercantile Exchange in which I believe I did well due to what
Ubuntu would've probably never taught me (or forced me to learn).
Unless it is getting adopted more these days? I really wouldn't know.
Anywho, thanks for the information. I'll have to look into
alternatives for this as making a personal website is only a
possibility of what I had in mind in the first place.
I'm thinking of going with a WordPress with some HADES tutorials for
computer architecture. HADES simulates logic circuits and an entire
processor can be built in it, ALU, registers, memory, datapath, the
On Mon, May 2, 2011 at 7:16 PM, Joseph Booker <joe at neoturbine.net> wrote:
> On 05/02/2011 04:28 PM, Isaias Sifuentes wrote:
>> I should have been more specific with my inquiry.
>> I'm particularly interested in the hosting of static web pages to post
>> a resume, research papers, maybe fashioning some tutorials about
>> programming, computer architecture, or Linux or something, just as
>> something to add to my own credentials and get some exposure for.
>> Isaias Sifuentes
> That existed at some point. Back when you could get an account on
> students.depaul.edu (before the switch to microsoft providing the
> email), you could ssh in with the same password as the email and have a
> public_html directory.
> You are better off getting hosting elsewhere, even something like Google
> Sites. Even if you did figure out a way to get a students.depaul.edu
> account now, they are running an apache version that's about 14 versions
> out of date (and 13 versions behind the latest in Debian stable). You'll
> lose out on being hosted on a .edu domain, but if you really want to be
> professional-looking you should be looking at buying your own domain
> Joseph Booker
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