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VPS Setup - Need Help

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by koleinz, Nov 27, 2015.

  1. koleinz

    koleinz Junior Member

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    Blackhats, anyone here who can help me to setup my VPS please

    I follow the Instructions from this Video

    youtube com / watch?v=n-rg9LN5-Jk

    but the command

    "vi /etc/sysconfig/vncservers" is not available for me ?! I installed VNC already, do anyone know whats the Problem here ?

    I paid already :/

    my skype is koleinz would appreciate any help
     
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    mynameisfrankenstein Regular Member

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    what does the terminal say when you type that command
     
  3. koleinz

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    double post 15 charac
     

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    koleinz Junior Member

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    View attachment 73084 is this helpful for you ?
     
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    mynameisfrankenstein Regular Member

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    what is the next process in the tutorial?

    vi is a program that lets you edit a file, '/etc/sysconfig/vncservers' is the file you're opening with vi

    so i assume you are supposed to add stuff to the file, but i havent looked at the video.

    you add stuff to the file just by typing into it as soon as it opens, in the screenshot you showed me, the file is open in the terminal and you can begin typing into it.
     
  6. koleinz

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    Next Step in the Video look like this

    Unbenannt1.jpg

    It looks like that the File-Path not available on my Computer maybe ?
     
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    mynameisfrankenstein Regular Member

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    so it didn't install properly otherwise when you open that file it would be full of information like in the video
     
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    try this command

    apt-get install vnc4server
     
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  9. koleinz

    koleinz Junior Member

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    start like this

    yum update -y
    yum install vnc-server -y
    yum -y groupinstall "Desktop" "Desktop Platform" "X Window System" "Fonts"
    after that comes the "/etc/sysconfig/vncservers" which is not available
     
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    mynameisfrankenstein Regular Member

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    see previous post
     
  11. koleinz

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    tried it, "command not found"

    Unbenannt3.jpg
     
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    mynameisfrankenstein Regular Member

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    what does it say when you run this command

    rpm -q vnc-server
     
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  13. koleinz

    koleinz Junior Member

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    The Message comes:

    "package vnc-server is not installed"

    Ok so where i get this package buddy ? i already installed VNC
     
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    well the install probably didn't go properly

    first install this

    yum install vnc

    then do

    yum install vnc-server

    again, and see what it's saying to you.
     
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  15. koleinz

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    it installed something on the "yum install vnc" command

    "yum install vnc-server" was already done.

    So now, continue like in the Video or what you say ?


    Unbenannt5.jpg
     
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    try installing vnc-server again then continue
     
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    Again, its says "nothing to do"
    Unbenannt6.jpg

    I try to continue the Steps in the Video, thank you so far friend!!!
     
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    Stucks again on this part... i dunno :((
    Unbenannt7.jpg
     
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    i watched the video, you're missing the step when he installs the gnome desktop environment, right?

    why did you choose not to do that?

    that may be the reason that the file ceases to exist, gnome desktop environment may create it when he installs it in the video.
     
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  20. koleinz

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    This command on the Video doesnt works, i use this instead without Problems:

    yum -y groupinstall "Desktop" "Desktop Platform" "X Window System" "Fonts"

    This should be the same right ?!