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Looking for a reliable file hosting service (for LEGAL files no mp3s, no videos, no trouble) with direct hotlinking allowed. The filehost should have a simple control panel, no complicated settings, no headaches. 1 GB and even less of storage should be fine. Any experience with FileBurst of SWMirror? Thanks!

http://www.fileburst.com/pricing.html

http://www.swmirror.com/

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What about dropbox?

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Thank you but Dropbox doesn't allow hotlinking, instead it links to a download page so is not what i'm looking for.

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Mega???

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Mega???

The same story as Dropbox, no hotlinking.

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Find a cheap hosting package, you can pick them up for pennies/month or a bit extra for a whole year, you'll get plenty of space & bandwidth and you can do what you want with it.

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Find a cheap hosting package, you can pick them up for pennies/month or a bit extra for a whole year, you'll get plenty of space & bandwidth and you can do what you want with it.

Yep just hosting it somewhere and sticking a domain on it would be simple and effective.

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Get dropbox and go to: https://www.dropbox....e_public_folder

You can still get a direct link that way if I'm correct ^^ (checking now) It's working!!!!!

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Get dropbox and go to: https://www.dropbox....e_public_folder

You can still get a direct link that way if I'm correct ^^ (checking now) It's working!!!!!

Yeah if you use the Public folder, it's a direct link when you right click the file and choose copy public link.

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Thank you but Dropbox doesn't allow hotlinking, instead it links to a download page so is not what i'm looking for.

It does see above hehe

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Yep, it's working. All of you guys, I really thank you!

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note there's a 20gb/day bandwidth limit on Dropbox. if you need more why not go straight to amazon s3

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