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FollowLiker, VMWare and Bluestacks Hardware Specifications - Which one is ideal?

Discussion in 'Instagram' started by jonzelinski, Nov 25, 2014.

  1. jonzelinski

    jonzelinski Newbie

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    Hello all:

    I am looking forward to purchasing FollowLiker to bot to promote my site on Instagram. I also intend to use VMWare with Bluestacks to maintain the site (i.e. upload photos, respond to comments and etc). I've come across some hardware ideas and could use your help to determine what might be best:

    a.) Used Dell PowerEdge 1950 server (Dual Quad-Core Xeons w/ 32GB RAM, need to purchase $200)
    b.) Used HP ProLiant (Single Quad-Core Xeon w/ 8GB RAM, need to purchase $100)
    c.) Used Dell Latitude laptop (i7-2620m w/ 8GB RAM, need to purchase $200)
    d.) Used Dell Latitude laptop (i5-2520m w/ 4GB RAM, currently own $0)
    If I were to run 20 accounts, which computer would be the best for it (RAM and processing kept in mind)? What about 100 accounts? Would the PowerEdge server be overkill?

    Operating System: Tiny7 (had luck with this OS in the past with older hardware, but fear the stripped down nature of the OS might opt me to reinstall a full version in the future), Windows 7 64-bit or Windows 8.1 Enterprise 64-bit? I've tried Linux in the past, and its beyond my scope.
    Hard drive: Would there be a difference in performance between a HDD and a cheap SSD? The proposed computer will be dedicated to botting ONLY and will only have the OS and FollowLiker installed and would not needing additional capacity at all.
    Connection Speed: I've tested with Ookla and get 25mbps download and 15mbps upload. Is this sufficient to run 20 accounts? How about 100 accounts?
    Due to noise, I may run a wireless card and install it in the basement, far away from the router. Would a 802.11n wireless card be sufficient to handle all this data?

    Thanks again for your expertise!
     
  2. Pwnageboy

    Pwnageboy Regular Member

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    First of all. I am a long way gone for being a expert but setting up a server with a wireless connections seems wrong. Very wrong.

    As for the server itself i guess if you have enough RAM it will work fine.

    Please let me know if you got your set-up ready. I could use your info about it once you set is up.
    I also want to start 100+ accounts.
     
  3. DanielEssence

    DanielEssence Newbie

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    I'm also interested in knowing how this worked out. I'm working with 80+ accounts and I'm using 5 laptops and the results just aren't there.
     
  4. majdi107

    majdi107 Senior Member

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    You don't need vmware just 200k app called Android ID changer
    delete all cookies and change the ID
    what you have is enough