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New to vps
#1
I recently got a unmanned VHS for really cheap stats are

4 core
6gb memory
30gb ssd storage
2 tb traffic

For 7.00 a month. This is unmanned with root access.
Available os

Centos 7 64 bit
Debian 8 64 bit
Fedora 22 64bit
Ubuntu 15.04 64 bit

What should I do first? Install some sort of cpaneal?
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#2
Not unless you are planning to sell hosting or other services. 30gb suggests not Smile

SSH to your VPS and run:

tasksel

and choose the LAMP server option to install the full stack.

If it isn't already included, install phpMyAdmin: sudo apt-get install phpmyadmin

Now you can install UserSpice in the html root (/var/www/html[?]) or go on to create name based virtual hosts for a multi-domain system. https://help.ubuntu.com/lts/serverguide/...figuration

And I'm guessing you mean VPS rather than VHS - old school!

Shout up for help with ssh, command line stuff and LAMP configurations. Have a glance at Node.js too Smile
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#3
Thank you i will read up on those links. Beleive it or not i still have 100s of vhs tapes and 2 players, lol too funny..
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#4
what do you use to unzip files on the server?
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#5
I have not had any luck getting my vm of ubuntu to work in general much less install xampp on it.

Most hosts like hostgator have a cpanel that has a file manager that lets you unzip. If yours doesn't, you have to unzip locally and ftp the files over to the server. It takes a few mins that way, but it isn't bad.
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#6
Oh...sorry...I didn't see astropos was helping you. He knows what he's doing...I'll leave that alone.
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#7
Iam willing to pay someone to setup my vps correctly
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#8
ok makeing progress, only thing now is mysqli support unavailable, how do i enable that on ubuntu 15.04
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#9
@Astropos is your man there. I actually think you can get by without mysqli support on 4.x though if the PDO seems to be working. Did that test come back ok?
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#10
i believe i have got it going i will report back
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