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V Planet! has moved to its new server
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You can now find V Planet! at its new location at http://www.vplanetmag.com/ Big Grin

All future updates will ONLY be at this new URL, and the old URLs now point to the new URL. Please update your bookmarks, and if you run a QB website that links to V Planet!, please update your links! Big Grin
I'd knock on wood, but my desk is particle board.
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#2
Nice! QBnews link has been updated ;-)
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#3
The V Planet link is not working. I guess they ran out of money, too

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#4
It works fine! It's just that it's out of bandwidth....
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#5
509 Error: Bandwidth Limit Exceeded
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#6
To all of you:

As far as I can remember internet-wise, the bandwidth usually resets itself at the start of a brand new month. And given that, it potentially means that on February 1, 2005 (or sooner if extra GBs of bandwidth gets paid off!), V-Planet will be shown once again for users to view.

Up until the point of the site name/server change, while it was hosted on Hulla-Balloo, it never had that problem at all. It was up and running *all* of the time. Wink

That is all I honestly know here. See you again.



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Adigun Azikiwe Polack
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Current Developer of “Star Angelic Slugger”
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#7
It's a configuration problem. V Planet is still physically located on the old server which had problems at the beginning of January. Today, Rhia and I are moving all of the remaining accounts off of that server and onto one of our new ones. The current config for V Planet doesn't include a lot of bandwidth, so it's no surprise that the small limit was exceeded. When the site is moved, it will be back to normal again. For now though, I'll set the limit higher so the site can come back online.

EDIT: Config fixed. It was only set for 1000MB of transfer, I set it for 5000MB of transfer. Not that it matters, since we're moving the site anyways... Big Grin
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#8
To Adosorken:

That just shows us here that you are making progress on getting V-Planet back up already. Good! Big Grin

Now as soon as that is done, how ‘bout you getting the Gaming Gold Awards 2004 running again from where it has last left off, ok? You are a wonderful member of the QB45/QB71/FB community, and you *sure* do not want to let us down on that, believe me. Cool=b

See you later, and way to make progress, man! ^_-



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- Adigun Azikiwe Polack
One of the Founders of “Aura Flow”
Continuing Developer of “Frantic Journey”
Current Developer of “Star Angelic Slugger”
Webmaster of the “AAP Official Projects Squad”
url=http://dhost.hopto.org/aapproj/][Image: file.php?id=194][/url]
Your *official* home of the FreeBasic GFX Demo Central, now holding over 150 FB graphics demos so far!!! Big Grin !
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#9
Well, mainly because very few people have shown any interest in the GGA, so it makes me wonder if it's worth the effort. It seems only you, Lachie, and Pete even care about the thing, so...
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#10
You're kidding me... EVERYONE should care about the Gaming Gold Awards. I just haven't seen any sign of it... =\
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