VPS that will run xBSD

Shane Ambler FreeBSD at ShaneWare.Biz
Fri Aug 25 02:17:02 UTC 2017

On 24/08/2017 23:03, Kristof Provost wrote:
> On 24 Aug 2017, at 11:32, Frank Leonhardt wrote:
>> There are a load of cheap VPS services out there; so cheap I decided 
>> to give one a go to run a backup NS.
>> Then when I looked closer they all offer Windoze or some Linux or other.
>> Does anyone know of a VPS provider that can do any OS I like? Or do I 
>> need to create my own VPS provider :-)
> RootBSD (https://www.rootbsd.net) are nice people.
> I use Gandi (https://www.gandi.net/) myself.

If you look at the release notes you will find info on pre-installed
images for aws and google compute.

While aws may not be what you call a "cheap" provider it can have lower
prices, a t2.nano on demand will cost 4.39 a month, but it can get as
low as 1.92 a month if you pay upfront to reserve it for 3 years - thats
69 for 3 years. So you may pay a few bucks more to test it out but for a
final setup it can be cheaper.

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Shane Ambler

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