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#1 rajjaak24


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Posted 14 January 2013 - 03:37 PM

Okay I decided to have a go at configuring a VPS. I bit of more than I could chew. I'm WAY out of my comfort zone. I don't think I have the right tools either...

Ok stuff I've figured out:

Putty = Login as root on the VPS, install scripts and whatnot

Filezilla = Same thing as putty but upload files?

I've installed zpanel (I think) the only thing that failed was ProFTPD but that can be fixed after loggin into to the control panel. I've spent 8 hours trying to figure this out -.- When I access the site via the IP address I am greeted with the CentOS default page. It tells you how to edit the config thing so that you can show your website at etc/www/http/ but I can't open the file to edit in Filezilla.

So firstly I need help with accessing zpanel and a way to edit the file so I can upload my website.

Many thanks.

Edited by rajjaak24, 14 January 2013 - 03:38 PM.

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#2 markstylor


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Posted 24 January 2013 - 01:54 AM

hello sir,
Really vps server installation or vps server provider information is best.

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