First of all, does a VPS Linux OS be different than a Dedicated Linux OS, meaning in terms of security. I know when I purchase a Dedicated Server, I have to secure it. Would it be the same if I purchase a VPS?
I'm looking for the Cheapest VPS I can get probably let's say.. $15 max.
I need the bare min.
64 mb ram< 512 mb ram
1 gig hdd < 10 gig hdd
< B/w does not matter, probably 2 Gig
What I'm trying to do is actually learn to secure a Linux OS and probably mess with a Cpanel Trial Version
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I should add that the 128MB plan can't run cpanel if that's your ultimate goal. While you have 256MB burst, many of the compilers that cpanel runs through for perl and such will hit that RAM cap trying to install.
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a vps is not different than a dedicated server the only thing is there are less resources you still have root access and must administrate the server the same although with a vps you must manage your load more carefully or you will be kicked from your provider as vps's server share central cpu resources