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hi friends,

I want a free host for java to put my rmi files and test my rmi chat program :)

Thank you ::)
Posted 1-Oct-12 9:41am
Sorry, but this is not a question. Besides, I don't think we are supposed to promote any sites not related to answering the questions on programming and computer science.
As what you need is just some kind of hosting, you really need to find one by yourself, or address some other sites which can assist you. This is a very popular topic, but off-topic in this forum.
TorstenH. 2-Oct-12 4:28am
You don't need to argue every time someone does not use a question mark.
Please help or move on to next "question".

It's pretty obvious what the questioner here is searching for.
I don't know if it's you, but downvoting does not help ether.
Maybe you are right -- this is just the reflex. I agree, but I would strongly advise everyone to use proper punctuation, to reduce mistakes like the those I make.

Nevertheless, I checked my comment and think it's appropriate, because just the absence of '?' is not the main issue I see. This is "I want" type of request. The question was about hosting, and I explained why we hardly will help to find one. What's wrong?

Thank you for your note.
pablo ramos1 2-Oct-12 13:40pm
i'm from italy and i'm bad in english, sorry guys :(

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You can search on the web and try a server-code from there - or you create your own.
A chat server is a classic on learning RMI, so I would probably load a code from the web and see if that works. If not - check if the server is running correctly and if your code is also working fine.

There is even an article here: Java Chat With Customizable GUI[^] which might work.
pablo ramos1 2-Oct-12 5:29am
Thank you TorstenH :)
This is useful advice and a reference, my 5. But you see, you also don't suggest a free host to put the project here, and for a good reason, I guess.

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