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How to make own vps for facebook and instagram?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by zeroyjk, Jul 1, 2016.

  1. zeroyjk

    zeroyjk Junior Member

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    Can some one share how to make vps for social media marketing?
    Can i use windows 7 wtih:
    processer i5 2500k
    8GB ram
    250SSD
     
  2. KenTZ

    KenTZ Regular Member

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    If you want to make your own VPS, connect your computer to the internet and don't turn it off. :p

    If you want to make a VPS to sell to others, then... yeah, I dunno.
     
  3. Heisenberg

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    What exactly is that?
     
  4. rhinocat

    rhinocat Junior Member

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    just close your eyes and say abra kadabra
     
  5. Turnip832

    Turnip832 Newbie

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    Anyone know how to get Mass Planner or similar running on a NAS?
     
  6. raigrace01

    raigrace01 Registered Member

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    Use vmware. For windows 7 vm, just assign 1 cpu and 1gb ram. You can run at least 6 vm on your i7 machine. If you want to run more, use windows xp.
     
  7. HostStage

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    Running Massplanner on a NAS sounds complicated to not sustainable.
    You need to install Wine to emulate massplanner and you would be short on resources.

    The self virtualization is actually far better to start with.

    Vmware or Virtual box would be the best solution. Straight forward to do