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Re: [gforth] Hello Everybody

From: Jason Damisch
Subject: Re: [gforth] Hello Everybody
Date: Sat, 9 Jul 2011 13:14:40 -0700 (PDT)

I was contacted by somebody at my hosting company, and this gentleman was much 
more helpful.  That was after I put in a complaint to Customer Care.

He said that I needed something called VPS, virtual private server.  Their 
cheapest option is called Zen Cloud.

from their web site

"The Xen Cloud Platforms are completely independent from the hardware  node, 
each other. This means that you are able to run updates  independently of the 
hardware node. This also means that one customer  can’t crash a service or the 

Which brings me to my next question.  What happens when I crash gforth?   
Ofcourse I would not do something intentionally wrong such as...

0 0 !

I suppose that I could intentionally crash gforth once I get it going to see 
what happens?

: test
   begin   again


> I contacted my hosting company, and they have not been helpful. They told me  
>that I do not have permission to run an executable on shared hosting.   I 
>to copy gforth to the /usr/bin/ directory using  PSCP but was denied 

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