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WHAT'S the best platform to run SENUKE? VPS, DEDIC. or virtual machine is ok?

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  1. hfcorreia

    hfcorreia Regular Member

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    hello community :)

    someone can help me plesae? I buyed senuke last week.

    i ll need to run my senuke on a VPS, on a dedicated server with many ips or

    WINDOWS VIRTUAL MACHINE is ok?

    if yes what I should use? Win XP? win 7???

    I have a very fast computer dual core many ram etc. I am wondering if I use 2 virtual machines can I run my senuke in that 2 at the same time with a diferent proxie?


    and I should use private proxies or public is ok?

    with my own IP can I create how many accs in network 2.0? I just think it is not good create one account for every niche or use an account with many niches insides? is not good create 10 accounts with a single private proxie correct? i dont know how is ezines works or digg etc but youtube dont like many accs in the same ip... right?

    how many 2.0 account should I create and use in the same proxie? and should I use a diferent proxie to do link dumping?


    any tips are very apreciate :)

    thanks,

    BHW 4 life
     
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  2. riko3

    riko3 Newbie

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    WTF?

    Why are you making it so difficult?
    Dont complicate yourself, you just need to run SENUKE on the computer that you have.
    Just buy it, install it and start using it......... DONE!
    :hello:
     
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  3. hfcorreia

    hfcorreia Regular Member

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    thanks for you reply dude :) Yes I am doing it but I want to do more.... and for that I need proxies at least lol right?
     
  4. d4l1t0s

    d4l1t0s Power Member

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    Allright here goes you answer :
    1- If you bought one Senuke license , you can only use it on one machine :)
    2- I run most of my Senukes on Virtual machines ( I own more than 1 license )
    3- VM Set up : 1024 RAM / 1 processor
    4- for the proxies : Senuke has already a build in proxies solution , but If you wanna use proxies , public one will be fine but it will be a pain in the ass to find fast ones , so a VPN will be most likely the best solution ( cost arounf 12$ a month )
    5- and to answer your question about how many web 2 account per proxy etc.. Let me tell you that it depends on the sites , there is some sites that only allow one account per IP , Others one account per IP per day . so as long as you change your IP's you can create as many as you want :)
    Hope it helps
     
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  5. riko3

    riko3 Newbie

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    WHY do you run Senuke on virtual machines, when you can just run it on your home computer??
    :pop2:
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  6. d4l1t0s

    d4l1t0s Power Member

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    Because I have more than one License and I m using different IPs for each license so if I run it on my machine I won t be able to do what I m doing :)
     
  7. lickmeloose

    lickmeloose Registered Member

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    You can just use VMWare Fusion if you wanted to save money.
     
  8. ghassan1988

    ghassan1988 Regular Member

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    Just run the damn thing from your computer and use proxies.