Subject: Re: (Web programming) Newby Qs Re: [ANNOUNCE] mod_lisp 2.38
From: (Rob Warnock)
Date: Thu, 26 Aug 2004 07:58:53 -0500
Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp
Message-ID: <>
Kenny Tilton  <> wrote:
| I checked out the ALU wiki bit on Lisp-friendly hosting:
| Looks like mod_lisp+OpenBSD is a slam dunk at a couple of the "friendlies".
| Colocate for <gasp> $250/month?

There are co-lo ISPs that offer "dedicated servers" for as little
as $100/month [e.g.,] on which you can run anything at
all you like, including Apache, mod_lisp, Common Lisp, whatever.
[APlus will preload your system with your choice of FreeBSD (free),
Linux (free), or Windows (extra charge).]

| If I really want Mac OS X + mod_lisp do I have to run a T1 
| line into my house for <gasp> $250/month?

Why do you need a whole T-1?!? [my ISP] will give you
symmetric DSL and multiple static IPs for much less than *that*:

	384 Kb/s	$120/month
	768 Kb/s	$160/month
	1.1 Mb/s	$200/month


Rob Warnock			<>
627 26th Avenue			<URL:>
San Mateo, CA 94403		(650)572-2607