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Jamatu
I was just reading through the TOS again and I saw this part from section A
Quote:
Warez, mp3's, vBulletin/IPB forums and all other illegal files.

If I am accepted for hosting, my website will be a forum based website, i've used phpBB before so I don't mind using it again. I was just wondering how come using those types of forums is not allowed?
Bondings
Jamatu wrote:
I was just reading through the TOS again and I saw this part from section A
Quote:
Warez, mp3's, vBulletin/IPB forums and all other illegal files.

If I am accepted for hosting, my website will be a forum based website, i've used phpBB before so I don't mind using it again. I was just wondering how come using those types of forums is not allowed?

Those are all paid forums = not free to use. Some IPB forums might be legal to use for free, but we do not accept them no longer as it is very hard for us to see the difference.

PhpBB, smf and all other forums released under the GNU license are all free to use and allowed on Frihost. Also please do not use a cgi-based forum. They slow down the server a lot because they are much slower than php.
Summer
Oh no , i want my website to be forums too .... and it is IPB2.0 ...
I paid for the IPB 2.0 , can I get hosted in FriHost ? Help me ...
n0obie4life
Provided if you can prove the licence is valid to Bondings.
Summer
How to prove then ?
n0obie4life
Summer wrote:
How to prove then ?


Show him your licence. PM him Wink
Summer
Oh ok . i will make my request later .
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