Review of My UPGRADED VPS13
#11
Why not try, here are some tutorial found from Google: Or here at FreeVPS.us forum Tutorial section:
Thanks FreeVPS.us! for the free VPS and for all the knowledge that I've learned here at the forum.
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#12
(12-24-2011, 05:22 AM)madder4ever Wrote:  Is it hard to setup a minecraft server whit CentOS??? :rolleyes:
Its really easy to set up a minecraft server on CentOS. All you have to do is first yum update(just in case).
then yum install java(for centos 5 this will install openjdk)
then create a minecraft folder: mkdir minecraft
then go into the folder: cd minecraft
then copy the download link of the latest server software and do: wget "link here"
After that all you have to do is run the server using java -Xmx"server ram"M -jar "server jar name".

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#13
Woah !!
Congrates Dude !! hahas ! you got your VPS while i was gone ?Laugh

(12-24-2011, 05:22 AM)madder4ever Wrote:  
(12-24-2011, 04:58 AM)Aquambush Wrote:  Like always i use CentOS 5 32 bit

Is it hard to setup a minecraft server whit CentOS??? :rolleyes:

Its really easy ! Hell i can even do a commentary on how you can do it on a vps with less than 250mb Ram and have 0 to non-existent lag ( dont expect to host more than 10 people tho , 10 is already above it's limit )

(12-25-2011, 06:00 AM)Aquambush Wrote:  
(12-24-2011, 05:22 AM)madder4ever Wrote:  Is it hard to setup a minecraft server whit CentOS??? :rolleyes:
Its really easy to set up a minecraft server on CentOS. All you have to do is first yum update(just in case).
then yum install java(for centos 5 this will install openjdk)
then create a minecraft folder: mkdir minecraft
then go into the folder: cd minecraft
then copy the download link of the latest server software and do: wget "link here"
After that all you have to do is run the server using java -Xmx"server ram"M -jar "server jar name".

hmm .. You using it for a Minecraft Server >?
You could run apache to host your website , i remember apache doesnt use that much ram , done it on a 64mb ram VPS .
Thanks FreeVps and PyramidServer for the VPS2 !

Step 1 - Get a domain .
Step 2 - Redesign the website
Step 3 - Configure nginx
Step 4 - ENJOY !~

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#14
Nice Review... I like it7!!7!
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#15
(12-25-2011, 11:57 PM)nhoczu Wrote:  Nice Review... I like it7!!7!

Lol !
Nhoczu dont you have a VPS too ?
I'm resorting to making programs and using Adfly to earn money for a cheap VPS . So ~ I'll be grateful if I even have the chance to own one Smile
Thanks FreeVps and PyramidServer for the VPS2 !

Step 1 - Get a domain .
Step 2 - Redesign the website
Step 3 - Configure nginx
Step 4 - ENJOY !~

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