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VPS ultimate noob guide (Only 5 Steps !)

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Step 1:
 
Create a account on DigitalOcean using my referral link gives you 10$ starting credits.
https://www.digitalocean.com/?refcode=c09602fa38d8
 
(You don't have to use my referral link i don't care all it does is give you 10$)
 
Step 2:
 
Create a VPS by clicking "Create Droplet" and entering the following settings:
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Step 3
Download Putty and connect to your server useing the credentials DigitalOcean emailed you.
 
Step 4
Execute this command to setup everything you need. it will ask you for a password during install

 

curl https://gist.githubusercontent.com/anonymous/d3ab40c3e67888386f5f0074fec53c6e/raw/b54b4d254e8988fd195b2511cab434703c6db706/install.sh | sh

Step 5
Download tightvnc and connect to your server using your ip (in the email) and port 1 and the password you set in step 4
 
 
 
FAQ:
 
I get this message "bash: curl: command not found"????
Please run:

 

apt-get update
apt-get install curl 

and start over at step 4
 

I get the error that connection is refused
Please run:

 

vncserver

and connect via the IP again


It does not work please help!
This guide comes with no warranty or support.

You can however send me a pm and we can work something out.

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Are you benefiting from out referrals and sadly you need a credit card to sign up.

 

You can also deposit 5$ using Paypal as far as i know.

 

I am not really benefiting from referrals.

Because most people don't spend 25$

But if they do spend 25$ on there i get 25$ DigitalOcean credits.

But i don't use DigitalOcean myself so its not that beneficial for me.

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What exactly is it trying to do to osbot.jar? tongue.png

 

(nvm checked scripts myself tongue.png)

 

it makes Osbot executable also that error is fixed now.

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If we are talking about a guide it is far more than; "Run this and you are done. " A real guide explains also why to, what to, etc.

Me personally do think that if you just give people the right lines of text on a "guide" they will just leech it up and learn nothing. This is what a guide is, so this is more advertisement than a guide.

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If we are talking about a guide it is far more than; "Run this and you are done. " A real guide explains also why to, what to, etc.

Me personally do think that if you just give people the right lines of text on a "guide" they will just leech it up and learn nothing. This is what a guide is, so this is more advertisement than a guide.

if you want a guide like that take a look at the one dudeami made this one is just a simple user guide to get a VPS running as easy as possible not a full blown guide on linux.

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