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How to run addmefast bot on vps?

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  1. realdeal85

    realdeal85 Junior Member

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    I have brought a VPS i would like to know how do i run the bot on the VPS.

    Also if it is running on the vps can i shut down my laptop completely and will the bot still run?
     
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    Running a windows 7 64 bit it is for the same windows i have
     
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    Where you bought VPS? I am looking to buy it too..

    Yes, you can turn off your laptop and bot will still running on VPS. (VPS is always ON)
     
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    then you just have to install it there ....
    you can shut down the labtop ... its a server and it runns 24 hours
     
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    A VPS is basically just another computer operating system on a server some where, as long as the bot is a good one you should have no problem leaving it running all the time, and yes when you turn your laptop off the vps will still be running your bot, that is the point of a VPS for the most part.
     
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    Try it on windows 7
     
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    dipushahabd Newbie

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    Are you really don't know that, VPS will run when your laptop is turned off?

    I don't believe it. :confused::confused::confused:
     
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    Whats with all the spam posts son?

    To Op ;

    Yes after all VPS does stand for 'Virtual Private System' I believe so it does run when your PC is turned off.
    Is the BOT an iMacros script or a .exe kind of type?
    Both of them should run on a VPS but there may be some compatibility issues depending on the type of VPS.
     
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    If you have access to both types, go for the .exe, and run the Imacros only in you're own time.
     
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    If you want to run any imacros sccript on our VPS
    You must make sure you have a GUI or VNC on your server isntalled. If you don't, just log in on ssh, install vncserver package (linux), download a "vnc viewer" software for your pc, enter your details, connect, install a browser, install imacros, run your scripts and you are ready to go :)

    Just reply here if you are lost somewhere ;)
     
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