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Anyone know what free server that give a cgi support!!
so i can put my cgi in ther server?
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SirCaleb earned 10 total points
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Hey....this is worth more than a lousy 10 points  :-)

http://free.prohosting.com/

Here is your free webpage with CGI access.
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by:happy1
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Free sites on free.prohosting.com located on
thor.prohosting.com, which was only on july more
then 3 weeks down. Also they are using expired,
not registered FTP server, that's mean that in every
FTP session there 10 - 45 second delay.
There's no good deals with FWPs, my advise go
for paid services. Many good IPPs offering good
services beginning from just $5 bucks month.
Regards, Happy®One
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