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cypher



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I'm sure most of you fasmers have a website that you can upload and share your files. Lately, I've been thinking about creating my own domain for the following purposes
    - to share my hacks (as defined by MIT);
    - to store my files in case my HDD crashes;
    - just to own one;
    - to be creative with HTML;
    - and more


But the problem is I don't know where to get one for free. Does anyone know a place or person who I can get one from?

(This will be helpful to of all us fasmers)

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Post 18 Apr 2011, 23:35
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typedef



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i use this http://www.000webhost.com/


....... Register a .co.cc and park/point your domain there.
Post 18 Apr 2011, 23:40
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cypher



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Thanks! 000webhost seems to have almost all the major features for free except the 1.5 GB. Will it be enough? But then again, assembly files and sources are small.

About that .co.cc, how do I register as .co.cc?
Post 19 Apr 2011, 00:35
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Yes it is enough. I had 7 websites with forums running on it and it was just fine.


To register for a Co.CC, 1st go to 000webhost.com and sign up. Create a new website, then you go to register for a .co.cc. go to http://www.co.cc/ and sign up.
Enter your CO.CC domain and check availability, if it's available then continue registration.

Then, they will aks you for nameservers 1 and 2, give them this.

ns01.000webhost.com
ns02.000webhost.com

After that, take your CO.CC domain and go to your 000webhost cpanel and click on Parked Domains, then enter your CO.CC domain in the box and click Park Domain. It will take 5 minutes to 24hrs to complete.

You can then access your site from both urls. CO.CC and the default one.

NOTE: CO.CC Domain is for free for 365 days (1 full year).. You can re-register though.

And that's it.
Post 19 Apr 2011, 01:09
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cypher



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Nice. This allows one to have a different domain name.
what did u use for your domain name?
Could you suggest a domain name that I could use.
Post 19 Apr 2011, 02:12
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i used kodelot.co.cc, it was my personal...it dsnt run anymore coz i deleted my websites and i want to start again.

choose something thats neutral or balanced in terms of activities. i chose kodelot coz thats where i put all my programming projects
Post 19 Apr 2011, 02:17
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cool name. it makes sense. i was thinking to use the name code-logic.co.cc

thanks. i'll keep thinking of one.
Post 19 Apr 2011, 02:25
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Note: Name should be 7+ characters for free registration. ( Co.cc wanted $41/yr to register bit.co.cc - although, bitrake.co.cc was free. ) Guess there are other factors besides number of characters.
Post 19 Apr 2011, 03:14
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I guess so.

found @ bitrake.co.cc
Quote:
Nothing yet!

Yay!! It worked.
Post 19 Apr 2011, 13:55
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glad it did
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