Free VPS 64MB NAT
#1
So, I'm testing my new VPS control panel and am offering this service:

64MB ram -  1GB disk KVM - NAT (10 ports + 1 ssh + 1 web server).

There is no SLA with this service; I'm testing something new (and hopefully I'll get paid plans too)

http://ronsorvps.us.to
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#2
@Anonman

Long time no see.

It's been a while since I saw you post something like this -- I'm glad you're back and keep up the good work.

Here's my first round of feedback:

- noVNC/KVM console would be nice
- When I click a button, I'm left to assume what's going on. Add an alert system and disable the buttons during an action.
- I inspected the way you posted the login details, and I'm not all too impressed. It seems like my password (although one I don't often use) is transmitted via plain text every time an action is performed. Perhaps a session-based login system would be more secure.
- I can't start my VM.
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#3
This panel looks great. However, there are a few things I noticed.

- During signup, the signup username & password are displayed in plaintext for about a second.

- I think that the status indicator should be in a badge or an alert (to emphasize it)

- There should be some choices of OS for the reinstall button (I don't know what OS it is)
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#4
@karatekidmonkey

It's Alpine OS according to the main page.
"That but this blow
Might be the be-all and the end-all here,
But here, upon this bank and shoal of time,
We'ld jump the life to come."

-- William Shakespeare

Rest in peace, FreeVPS. The forum will be sorely missed.

My website } { GitHub } { Contact me: andrew@andrew-hong.me }

#5
Nice work. Got one for testing. How long I can keep the VPS?

It is my first time playing with Alpine Linux. It is not a bad OS at all but it would be better if you could offer other popular Linux distributions such as Ubuntu.
#6
The VPS Panel is so basic..
there should be Resource usage graph in panel like RAM,CPU,DISK,etc
there should be some kind of password rest field for VPS.
there should be some ways to edit Our Account details and password, and the panel should have at-least have a logout button.
there should be some colors for running,stopped,etc status for making it more attracting.
and I think your upcoming plans are very expensive lol just think
256mb ram/240mb swap
8GB disk
behind NAT; 10 ports (+ webserver and ssh port)
at $6/month ???
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#7
So I've fixed some issues:

* We now use sessions to avoid constantly sending username and password.
* We fixed the NAT port allocation; now there are no port conflicts that could stop your VPS from starting

In reply to HMR, I usually don't see a change password option on KVM VPS; It's not an option because it's not practical (the VPS may not even be running a known OS/can't access the VPS filesystem/etc.)
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#8
(2017-08-12, 1:58:49 am)Anonman Wrote:  So I've fixed some issues:

* We now use sessions to avoid constantly sending username and password.
* We fixed the NAT port allocation; now there are no port conflicts that could stop your VPS from starting

In reply to HMR, I usually don't see a change password option on KVM VPS; It's not an option because it's not practical (the VPS may not even be running a known OS/can't access the VPS filesystem/etc.)

But I see it in even panels like virtualizor, solusVM,etc for KVM VPSs too.
You can make some script which checked if the user is running a known OS then it can be available. Though there would hardly be any unknown OS which can be run on such resources.
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[Image: img.php?userid=17802]

My Repo: Flow Theme - Flat Theme - Password Generator - Obsidian Theme
Spoiler: show
VPS2
SPEED TEST

[Image: 4571275887.png]

VPS9
SPEED TEST

[Image: 5393259505.png]
backup - http://puu.sh/oCtEe/db3314e03d.gif
For using the above Postcounter simply copy its link and replace the userid with your once.
if you have /30 posts count slot then just add &vps2 at the last of your postcounter url.
#9
@Anonman

It's perfectly practical: Halt the VM, lock it from starting, mount the drive, check if the operating system is Linux-based, paste an init-script that changes the root password, and reboot.

For example:

Code:
#!/bin/bash
newpass="Your new password"
passwd -u root
echo -e "$newpass\n$newpass" | passwd root
rm $0

Just paste the above script in the init directory, chmod it and upon boot, the password will be updated and the root user would be unlocked as necessary.
"That but this blow
Might be the be-all and the end-all here,
But here, upon this bank and shoal of time,
We'ld jump the life to come."

-- William Shakespeare

Rest in peace, FreeVPS. The forum will be sorely missed.

My website } { GitHub } { Contact me: andrew@andrew-hong.me }

#10
Just tried and found that VPS keeps shutting down automatically every several minutes.




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