I won’t be able to make more mods unless I get a new one, hell, HoneySelect doesn’t even start with the integrated Intel HD3000 ok, it runs but horribly slow. If anyone has an old, still functional but unused (stored?) GPU of the same caliber, I’m willing to buy it…
Either that, or get enough donations to buy a new one and also pay for the shipment. Nationalization of imports over $100 is ridiculously expensive here.
Man, what a crappy day.
Ended up buying an used GTX770 for $99 from a reputable seller in ebay. I hope it works fine.
For now, I’ll be using a very old HD4870 (from when ATI was still a thing) I had from my previous computer. Hoping it doesn’t crap out too fast.
Thanks anyways guys, still if you can donate for the server costs, I’d be very thankful. I’ll also think about opening a Patreon, but I don’t know how that works.
First than nothing, you’ve probably noticed now the site redirects to https. That’s because I actually had an SSL certificate installed, I just didn’t know it.
I ran a quick and dirty update in the database to change all the post links to https, so please tell me if there’s any problems downloading, there shouldn’t be since all I did was replace “http:” for “https:” in every post, but, yeah, you never know.
And last, just so you know, I am working on Rachel.
Due to this, I decided to buy a proper hosting service. For $7 a month and $26 a year for the domain, 10 gb of space is probably enough, unlimited bandwidth and other goodies that will hopefully avoid this issue in the future.
So yeah, I’m updating all the links to use the new hosting, and I’ll probably be moving the blog to the new site too. So please tell me if you can’t download from the new links.
So, since Hongfire is having problems and doesn’t seem to be doing so well at recovering, I was thinking that after all, I do need somewhere to (somewhat) permanently maintain my stuff alive. Sorry for taking long to notice, but really, with 128k for upload, you really need to prioritize your bandwidth.
I might soon try to make mods for CM3D2.
Anyways, with this, the blog’s open. Now to make categories and publish stuff.