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This page provides information about machines on the ProgClub network. See [[future machine names]] if you need to name a new machine. For information about ProgClub domains, see [[domains]]. For information about member services, see [[services]]. For information about administering ProgClub assets see the [[administrative reference]]. Check out our [[projects]] to see what we're working on or our [[forums]] to get in touch.
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Today hardly anybody is going to be surprised at online games. But the technology forges beforehand, right now you can play not only at property, but almost in point with the world. I will be talking about mobile casino games. Everybody offers a cell phone (smartphone, PDA, Palmtop Computers), the coverage is growing, so the options for playing are impressive. Let us have a look what mobile casinos and mobile online poker areas offer us.
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= Machines =
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Mobile casinos entered the market of mobile games earlier, therefore, there is far more variety here now. Mobile casino games are offered by gambling technology specialists Spin3 (an organization that will be associated with major casino games computer software provider "Microgaming"), in addition to "Play Tech". So far only a limited number of online casinos with the software program of these companies offer mobile casino games, but their number will be slowly growing. There are a number of mobile casinos with their proprietary application affiliated to large online gaming companies, as well as independent mobile casinos. It should be stated at once that it is truly preferable to play in mobile casinos, which are represented by famous and well known online casinos: it is actually more reputable, more convenient, more depositing and winning withdrawal choices, reliable buyer help and so forth.  
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== User machines ==
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Getting started with to play mobile casino games a player seems to have to open up a helpful account in a corresponding online casino. Sometimes it is possible to make it happen through a mobile phone, but it is far more convenient to do it through a computer, the internet and mobile account are the same when a rule. The vast majority of deposit methods, in particular, every single one the electronic payment systems, will additionally function only through a computer clients, though, the player can easily deposit coming from a card directly by means of a cellular phone. Downloading your favourite casino games on a mobile additionally it is convenient to have a computer at hand - complete a special registration form on the casino web page, enter your cell phone number, go with a country and also a video game and receive a very SMS- message on your telephone with the direct bond for downloading.  
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The current user machine (for [[MemberNet]] and [[MobileNet]]) is:
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Once again, in principle, it will be possible to available a WAP version in the casino using the mobile and download games directly coming from there, but it is truly less convenient. In contrast to the online casino where you can download the whole package of games, games are downloaded in this a single by one, and the choice will be not so wide, approximately twelve games: black jack, baccarat, roulette, video texas holdem, keno and various slots. The games are not very big, about 200-300 Kb. It isn't difficult to guess that there are specific requirements for your cellphone. Like some sort of fact the largest percentage of contemporary phones meet the mobile casinos requirements. On the sites of mobile casinos it is also possible to check regardless of whether these people will deliver the results on your home phone.
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* [[strength|strength.progclub.net]]
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The online is downloaded, you have a sign in along with a password, the money will be on the account and you also can start playing. I is only going to make a remark that for prevention purposes in contrast to online casino in mobile phones it is truly impossible to record the password, therefore, if you lose a phone, casino money won't always be dropped.  
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The old user machines have been decommissioned:
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Arthur Prudent is the developer of Mobile casino games, site covering gambling news, features reviews on Casinos, Texas hold'em areas, bingos, Sports Betting bonuses promotions and much more.
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* [[honesty|honesty.progclub.net]], the old primary user machine.
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* [[hope|hope.progclub.net]], the old ancillary user machine.
http://www.purco.co.za/index.php/member/58883/
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== Administrative machines ==
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The current admin machine is:
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* [[integrity|integrity.progclub.org]]
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The old admin machine was decommissioned:
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* [[charity|charity.progclub.org]], the old primary administrative machine.
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= Explanation of classification scheme =
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ProgClub classifies its machines as either user machines or administrative machines.
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User machines are systems that ProgClub members can log into for programming or account usage purposes. Member web-pages are available via user machines. The user machines comprise what we call ProgClub MemberNet, our member services network.
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Administrative machines are systems that are used to provide administrative services such as the ProgClub web-site, email, administrative databases, and other services.
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The canonical domain for user machines on MemberNet is progclub.net, whereas the canonical domain for administrative machines is progclub.org. The reverse DNS lookup for hosts on the ProgClub network should use the appropriate canonical domain when possible. It is generally best to use the canonical domain names, however you can use other domain names as explained in [[domains]].
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= A note on virtualisation =
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The first generation of ProgClub machines were virtual machines provided by [https://www.rackspace.com/ Rackspace] (formerly [https://www.slicehost.com/ Slicehost]). They were hosted in a data-center in Chicago.
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The second generation of ProgClub machines are virtual machines provided by [https://aws.amazon.com/ AWS]. There are hosted in a data-center in Sydney.
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If you're experiencing capacity issues with any of ProgClub's machines get in [[contacts|contact]] with [[User:John|John]] and we can look at system upgrades.

Latest revision as of 03:20, 21 May 2018

This page provides information about machines on the ProgClub network. See future machine names if you need to name a new machine. For information about ProgClub domains, see domains. For information about member services, see services. For information about administering ProgClub assets see the administrative reference. Check out our projects to see what we're working on or our forums to get in touch.

Machines

User machines

The current user machine (for MemberNet and MobileNet) is:

The old user machines have been decommissioned:

Administrative machines

The current admin machine is:

The old admin machine was decommissioned:

Explanation of classification scheme

ProgClub classifies its machines as either user machines or administrative machines.

User machines are systems that ProgClub members can log into for programming or account usage purposes. Member web-pages are available via user machines. The user machines comprise what we call ProgClub MemberNet, our member services network.

Administrative machines are systems that are used to provide administrative services such as the ProgClub web-site, email, administrative databases, and other services.

The canonical domain for user machines on MemberNet is progclub.net, whereas the canonical domain for administrative machines is progclub.org. The reverse DNS lookup for hosts on the ProgClub network should use the appropriate canonical domain when possible. It is generally best to use the canonical domain names, however you can use other domain names as explained in domains.

A note on virtualisation

The first generation of ProgClub machines were virtual machines provided by Rackspace (formerly Slicehost). They were hosted in a data-center in Chicago.

The second generation of ProgClub machines are virtual machines provided by AWS. There are hosted in a data-center in Sydney.

If you're experiencing capacity issues with any of ProgClub's machines get in contact with John and we can look at system upgrades.