DNO technical problems

techDominica News Online would like to alert readers that we are having server related technical issues at this time.

This has resulted in the home page being very slow or stories not being loaded.

In some cases the page will not open at all and an error message is seen.

We are working assiduously with our server technicians to have this problem rectified.

We would like to thank all our readers who have sent us messages and emails expressing concern. It is always good when we hear from our readers.

We appreciate your patience and thank you for making DNO the number one!

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16 Comments

  1. Justice and Truth
    October 31, 2013

    For a few months I have experienced problems when typing on DNO Website that I do not experience otherwise. I have written about it a few times.
    As someone stated, “I smell a Hack Attack.” This may be true.
    Some of my words are changed; even sentences that I did not type including duplications which appear to be errors on the part of the typist. Is this not strange?
    Since I realized it, I am being careful to scrutinize the writing and thoroughly proofread it.
    I will soon be contacting a technician to also check my computer system which could hopefully put an end to this, if someone is playing a prank and put a spoke in that person’s wheel.
    If someone is responsible for this and a wicked one at that, I am informing you, nothing goes unseen by our God who will punish the perpetrator(s) in time. You will pay for it even while you are alive. There is too much wickedness and wicked people in the world who are idle and create problems and cause increased costs.
    Woe to you, you devil, his follower who is influenced by him and performing his evil work. Hell is your lot! Take a back seat!
    In Jesus Name, do not mess around with me, my computer and others who mean well and who are trying to make the world and our Dominica a better, happier, peaceful, safe place to live and in unity.
    As Our Lord said, “Get behind Satan!”
    We place you in the hands of Our Lord Jesus Christ through His Most Precious Blood who will deal with you accordingly. He who said: “Vengeance is Mine! I will repay! Praise be to The Blessed Trinity!

  2. Anonymous
    October 31, 2013

    Dominica Online

    Dominica is the third country in the Caribbean to have an Internet Exchange Point(IXP) locally.

    The IXP is managed and hosted in Dominica by the National Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (NTRC) which would help reduce both your latency problem and cost of hosting your service outside of Dominica.

    Please contact the NTRC at 1 767 266 3095/3097 for further details

  3. J.J.Lawrence
    October 30, 2013

    the more i keep reading dno the more i learn to apreciate the efforts of those hard working people who maintain it. hats of to you guys, keep up the gfood work and God bless

  4. Lougaoo Mem
    October 30, 2013

    As an avid daily visitor of your website, I reckon that there’s some sort of technical problem and issues with your server. Thanks for the info and trust that the issues will be rectified in a short time. Your services are definitely highly appreciated, and there’s none to compare in keeping me informed on developments on our beloved island.
    Thanks again DNO, and happy 35th Independence!

  5. G
    October 30, 2013

    Cache your pages or hire me to do it if your team can’t.

  6. Anonymous
    October 30, 2013

    All u have to have technical issues because all u to unfear

    • Too cute
      October 30, 2013

      Darling, the word you are looking for is”unfair.” Please buy a dictionary!

      • looking
        October 30, 2013

        also its “too” and not “to”

      • Justice and Truth
        October 30, 2013

        The computer itself has a section to “look up” including proper spelling if the person knows about it. It is simple to access and never fails.

    • MeCamem
      October 30, 2013

      Sor-sort. Not even if Jesus Christ lands in Dominica will it not be considered political, thereby displeasing some Dominicans for His effort.

      DNO is a God send and keep up the good work: Because of you, I am able to follow the festivities and what else is going on in the country.

      If Anonymous understands anything about servers, then the idiot should know that during Creole Fest, the website will get many more hits, and as a result possible slow down the.

  7. Francisco Telemaque
    October 30, 2013

    Yes, we know the problem exists almost two weeks, that I was told when called; your phone system may have some problems too, because I could barely hear what the lady I spoke to was saying to me, perhaps you need check into that also.

    It is very difficult for me to get on when I try to gain access using my computer equip with Windows 8 (eight), nevertheless, I have less difficulties when I utilized any of my computers using windows 7 (seven).

    FET.

    • Shameless
      October 30, 2013

      I smell a HACK-ATTACK from XXXXX persons. Let me call NJIC to see when they plan on stopping these nonsensical things along with their “Asian” counterparts …. :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: . But Change MUST Come.

      Assertive, NOT Agressive!

    • Anonymous
      October 30, 2013

      How many computers you have nah? You have a computer with Windows8 and computerS with Windows7?

      Are you sure you are not Bill Gates?

      • Shameless
        October 30, 2013

        :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

        Assertive NOT Agressive!

      • Francisco Telemaque
        October 30, 2013

        I am not Bill Gates, but I have the four PC’s, Anonymous, most people in America have more than one computer. In Dominica whereas, a computer cost thousands of dollars, one can buy a computer here for as low as two hundred dollars, which should be a matter of approximately four hundred-forty ($540.00) East Caribbean currency.

        If you are in the right place at the right time someone may donate a computer to you.

        Someone like me, I have the ability to go to a computer supply store, and buy the bits and pieces, and assemble the hardware together, and simply buy an operating system and load, and get that working even better than one bought from a store.

        A monitor in Dominica cost how much; I can buy one for about $32.00 dollars, a very good one for a bit more; the most someone may pay for a computer including mouse, monitor, and keyboard for might be about eight hundred dollars plus, which should be about $2,160.00 Dominica dollar

        I see Television sets selling in Dominica for five thousand dollars, and more i. e., that thing they donated to the women in jail, thing one can buy here fore less than two hundred dollars.

        Life is different here if you find anybody here with one care, that might be because they are living in an apartment, and are assigned parking for one car, but under normal circumstance working class people do own more than one car.

        If you are working, and that one car break down, unless you want to spend plenty of time on the Buss, or Train, you had better have a at least a second; and mind you if you are in a family of five people, or less or more, everybody usually have their own transportation. When my four children were in High School, I had to buy each one of them their personal car, because they could not ride in the same car to school, considering they attended different High School.

        I worked, their mother worked, we went different way’s to work, no one of us had time to drop each other off since we all went in different directions.

        And by the way some people in America, does not own a car, all because of no place to park one, it depends on your living arrangments.

        Francisco Etienne-Dods Telemaque

    • MeCamem
      October 30, 2013

      OMG, I should have read a little more before I responded to Anonymous. I shook the bag of stupidity, reached in for an item, and both Francisco Telemaque and Anonymous showed up when if was removed. The only dent was that Francisco Telemaque came out as trying to show-off, embedded with a lot of arrogance, not realizing that many who never left Dominica can afford much more than the little you boasted about. KaKa- shene. Who the hell gives a s….. about your stupid computers and cars….

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