Back your Services Website with Linux Hosting
Linux Hosting offers you one of the best LAMP servers that comprise Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP/Python/Perl to host your website and power it up with popular open-source development tools. You can host your website that has been developed with tools like WordPress, Dreamweaver and CGI to name just a few. With assistance from Linux web hosting, you get incomparable speed, flexibility, security and quantifiability to help you take your website to a whole new level.
Features of Our Linux Hosting Platforms
- Complete FTP access
- Round the clock customer support
- myCP Control Panel
- Regular backup of files and database
- FrontPage Ext. Support
- Shared IP
- Anti-Virus & Anti-Spam Protection
- Unlimited distribution lists
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Yes, our web servers run CloudLinux (based on CentOS Linux) and have cPanel installed.
If you want to use WordPress to build your website and blog, you have to first install it on your hosting account. Go to your GoDaddy product page. Under Web Hosting, next to the Linux Hosting account you want to use, select Manage.
Generally speaking, Linux hosting (or shared hosting) is much cheaper than Windows hosting. Why is that? Linux is a free open source system; therefore, web hosting service providers do not need to pay licensing fees for using Linux as their hosting servers’ operating system.
For most people, Linux Hosting is a great choice because it supports just about everything you need or want in your website from WordPress blogs to online stores and more. You don’t need to know Linux to use Linux Hosting. You use cPanel to manage your Linux Hosting account and websites in any web browser.
Shared hosting is a type of web hosting where a single physical server hosts multiple sites. Many users utilize the resources on a single server, which keeps the costs low. Users each get a section of a server in which they can host their website files. Shared servers can host hundreds of users.
Linux distributions are seen as hard to use. While most modern Linux distributions are every bit as easy to use as Windows or Mac OSx for your average computer user, they are still seen as difficult to use because of their past reputation. A lot of popular software is not supported on Linux.