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    how to setup VPS?

    I'd like to know , How can I setup VPS's on my new server ? , I want something which is free , can anyone give me some software? for centos

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperHosterz View Post
    I'd like to know , How can I setup VPS's on my new server ? , I want something which is free , can anyone give me some software? for centos

    Thanks
    try to give http://howtoforge.org/centos_5.0_xen a look

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    Openvz is free . Try that

    http://openvz.org/
    http://wiki.openvz.org/Control_panels

    I would suggest you to install a good free VPS control panel and it will help you create vps nods
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    As you are new to the concept of VPS perhaps OpenVirtuozzo would be a better solution for you? OpenVZ is based on the commercial Swsoft Virtuozzo platform and has quite a big community behind it. The main benefit of choosing OpenVZ over Xen is you will be able to get support much easier, for example on the OpenVZ community forums.

    It's also pretty straight forward to install, if you take a look at the installation guide on www.openvz.org you can't go far wrong.

    Chris

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    Eh it doesn't look easy to install. I'd suppose if you're on a dedicated server and have SSH you just copy and paste the commands?
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    Please follow the steps mentioned @ http://wiki.openvz.org/Quick_installation

    Its not that tough :-)
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