greenace92 wrote:Sometimes Apache or "The Server" starts on its own. Sometimes it doesn't. And I have a dumb look on my face like "Oh wow... my website has been down and I don't know for how long."
Nobbie wrote:For many more reasons, i cannot recommend to run your own server at home. You definately should go for an hosted webspace (what is not very expensive) and assign your Godaddy Domain Name to that webspace. This is by far the easiest solution for running your own webspace. Running a server at home requires a lot of knowlegde (what you dont have), it requires a lot of technical support, it requires 24/7 maintenance (what are you planning for you vacation, what will you do, if your Server is going down for any reason), it requires a very fast internet connection (what usually is not covered for upload speed, which results in download speed for your clients), and and and and and.
greenace92 wrote:Can I have some sort of notification that informs me that the server has gone down? Like a text or an email.
greenace92 wrote:Also I am interested in remote stop/start from browser via mobile device.
greenace92 wrote:I studied physics and engineering but then transferred to computer science but that was more hardware / language based
greenace92 wrote:When I read things like "Snapchat is worth 10 billion dollars" it makes me laugh at how insignificant my life seems where I am concerned about my 41K debt from school.
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