Here is a list of real questions that we receive most often at No Support Linux Hosting and the answers to those popular questions.
Yes, No Support Linux Hosting is definitely for real. We host thousands of websites for happy expert customers around the world.
Yes, Jailed SSH support is included by default with every cPanel account.
PHP 5.4 is the default version installed on our web servers. Other versions of PHP are available through PHP Version Selector in cPanel. You can select PHP 4.4, 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5, and 5.6. Our PHP Selector also lets you select which PHP modules you want to use within the PHP version you have selected.
Many popular PHP modules including PDO (SQLite & MySQL submodules), GD, cURL, OpenSSL are preinstalled. You can upload a PHP page with the phpinfo command to your site to see more details about specifically what is offered.
Yes, IonCube is preinstalled on all of our servers.
Yes, mod_rewrite is preinstalled on all of our servers.
Yes, FTP support is included. You can use FTP to upload files to your account. We do not allow anonymous FTP, though.
No, we do not include Ruby, Python, or Java. We do include PHP and MySQL. If you need Ruby, Python, and Java, then you should look for a VPS or dedicated server instead of low cost shared hosting.
Yes, all of our web servers have server side includes enabled by default. You can create .shtml files if you want to use server side includes (SSI).
Yes, you can set up SSL on your website(s) using SNI. We do not offer any dedicated IP based SSL options for supporting outdated browsers, though. If you decide to set up SNI based SSL on your website(s), you will be responsible for either purchasing the SSL cert (from an SSL vendor) or using a self-generated cert.
No, we do not let customers install additional network services. If you need to install additional network services, you should look at No Support VPS Hosting.
We do not give you root access with our standard shared hosting style offering. If you need root access, then you should look for a VPS or dedicated server instead of low cost shared hosting.
cPanel does not currently offer IPv6 support, so we cannot offer IPv6 support to our customers yet. Eventually cPanel will add IPv6 support and then we will add IPv6 support.
No. We do offer SNI based SSL option in cPanel, so dedicated IP addresses are not needed for individual sites.
No. We only host standard websites. We do not host custom applications such as gaming servers or compute servers.
We only offer the $1/month plan.
No. We do not organize network and server resources around SEO related myths.
Iowa in the USA.
We do offer VPS hosting through our sister brand No Support VPS Hosting.
We do not current offer dedicated server hosting or colocation hosting options. Our primary focus is on shared hosting (NoSupportLinuxHosting.com) and VPS hosting (No Support VPS Hosting).
We only accept payments through PayPal. We do this because requiring a valid PayPal account is a good way to filter a lot of potential fraud.
No. You cannot install cPanel on Debian or Ubuntu, so Debian and Ubuntu won't work for cPanel powered web hosting.
You will need a domain name. We do not offer any way to testing a site without a domain name.
We own the servers. We are not resellers.
Web hosting is definitely our primary business. We have been providing web hosting services since 1997 through a variety of web hosting brands. We launched the No Support Linux Hosting brand in 2009.
Yes, our web servers run CloudLinux (based on CentOS Linux) and have cPanel installed.