How to Set Up a VPS Host





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Published on Jun 24, 2011

--How to Set Up a VPS Host

Virtualization technology has brought about a new development in Web hosting: the virtual private server (VPS). Previously, you had two choices in Web hosting:

you could use shared hosting, whereby you could host your website on a server with other users using the services and programs installed by the hosting company;

or you could use a private server, whereby you had to pay for the entire server but could customize it as you wished.


Select your VPS service.

Click on the "Sign Up" link on your chosen service's website.

Navigate to your chosen service's website, click "My Account" and log in to your account with your user name and password.

Select your kernel. Most VPS services will offer a variety of Linux kernels to install on your server.

Select the size of your first partition. When you signed up for the VPS service, you chose a plan with a certain amount of disk space.

Write down the IP address of each of your VPS partitions. These will be displayed on your account page.

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