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    Question Setting up a VPS...

    How do you set up a VPS?

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    Dec 2004
    Well..i guess that depends on where you want to set it up. If you've already installed all the tools and kernel from..say..openvz..there are two ways:

    1) manual-type all the commands (time-consuming)

    or..what I do:

    2) make install scripts

    This is quite a bit of info to set them up. Example:

    vzctl create 101 --ostemplate centos-4-i386-default --config vps.basic
    vzctl set 101 --hostname --save
    vzctl set 101 --ipadd --save
    vzctl set 101 --nameserver --save
    vzctl start 101
    vzctl set 101 --userpasswd root:123456789

    Note this uses the vps.basic basic config that comes with openvz. *not* use the password example.

    As you can see...this vps is setup with centos-4. Three are many other options..not so many if you use the 64bit version, though.

    A quick start from the openvz website is here:

    Bryon L Harvey
    Soil Relocation Engineer

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