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Help about VPS

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Cewgg, Dec 27, 2012.

  1. Cewgg

    Cewgg Regular Member

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    hello. Recently I purschased VPS. It haves debian OS. And I'd like to run on it some softwares like u2bviews or vagex. I don't know anything about os that requires terminal to control it.
    Maye there are good members that can help me out to setup these?

    Thanks.
     
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    thetraveller Senior Member

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    You need a Windows VPS to run such software. See if you can reinstall the OS on your vps, and select a WIN 2003 or 2008, depending on your RAM memory.
     
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    Cewgg Regular Member

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    bad is that I don't have windows os in the list that I can install.
    I heard from some members that it's possible to run vagex in firefox program with addon.
     
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    u2bviews also has a firefox addon, if you have ff under debian, see if you can install and run the addons.
     
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    Cewgg Regular Member

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    maybe you can say me how I can check if it haves and how to install addon?
    because I have no experiance in OS that requires terminal
     
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    I just read about debian and it seems is not coming with firefox as default. There are some guides online that explain "how to install ff under debian" but this seems complicated to me. The best bet is that next time make sure to buy a windows vps, then with remote desktop connection under your computer, you can access and control the vps as your own machine, installing any windows application.

    I currently run u2bviews standalone software on a windows vps, is gathering about 2000 points/day.