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(Repeat) Need KVM or Xen VPS for students learning...
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(Repeat) Need KVM or Xen VPS for students learning...

edited December 2017 in Requests

Hi all,

same like 1 years ago, we need vps (kvm or xen) for learning linux that installing cpanel (trial) and other free panel hosting.

spec req:

2 gb RAM

30 GB HDD or more

network? just need good for installing/download cpanle files,
and please give clean ip for installing trial cpanel.

budget $3/vps/month, total vps needed is 12.

Please understand, this for student learning purpose (lot of reinstalling os).

This second years, it will be repeat every year.

Please PM or reply post your offer.

Thank's

Comments

  • Why dont you try hourly billed hostings

  • 1 month is enought for learning cpanel and free panel i think

  • IshaqIshaq Member, Provider

    If you're getting 12 I can do $36/year for each 2GB VPS.

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  • @mindofemanizer said:
    1 month is enought for learning cpanel and free panel i think

    >

    I concur. 1 month is more then enough to learn anything.

  • Scaleway "Starter" VPS are hosted with KVM, and there are hourly billed.

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  • Why not install Virtualbox on your PC and create VM yourself?

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  • @cyagon said:
    Scaleway "Starter" VPS are hosted with KVM, and there are hourly billed.

    Reinstalling a scaleway server takes forever in my experience

    I like my uptime down low and my servers all hacked. Can see me droppin' twenty-fours with a router in the rack.
    Ya like ya Switch-Ports hot and ya servers all hacked. If ya pings real high and ya networks pitch black.

  • trewqtrewq Administrator, Moderator, Provider

    @teamacc said:

    @cyagon said:
    Scaleway "Starter" VPS are hosted with KVM, and there are hourly billed.

    Reinstalling a scaleway server takes forever in my experience

    I just delete it and reassign the IP. It's much quicker. @mindofemanizer Scaleway have fantastic APIs too so you can potentially give your students access to controls but not give them access to the actual panel.

  • @trewq thank for your info...
    @sonic its will instaling cpanel and free panel, need ip public

  • needavpsneedavps Member without signature
    edited December 2017

    @mindofemanizer said:
    @trewq thank for your info...
    @sonic its will instaling cpanel and free panel, need ip public

    do hourly billing when you need to install cpanel and free panel. honestly only shady people need a vps to install cpanel as a trial. Cpanel isn't cheap and installing it on a cheap vps is a red herring.

  • @trewq thank for your info...
    @sonic its will instaling cpanel and free panel, need ip public

  • What happened with last year's provider?

  • no response..

    i've to order 6 vps..and now waiting response someone on PM

  • Get a cheap dedicated box and just create 12 VMs on it?

  • @adly i've no experience with that bro

  • WSSWSS Member
    edited December 2017

    @mindofemanizer said:
    @adly i've no experience with that bro

    You can learn along with them. Even a cheap single-IP Kimsufi i3+ running Proxmox and NAT port forwarding should be more than enough- and cost you about half of your given pricing. They're not going to be 2G/ea, however.

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  • @mindofemanizer said:
    1 month is enought for learning cpanel and free panel i think

    Do you need it for just 1 month or a whole year?

  • just 1 month..

    //note: i've order 12 vps with 2 provider..maybe next time i'll learn about virtualsation with dedicated

  • Glad you got it sorted. Not sure it’s worth it for the provider though as there’s little chance of continued business or upselling.

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