Affiliate Program, Earn Your Recurring Passive Income

We just turn enable our new program, affiliate program. All of our client can activated this from their client area. This program Only For Premium Ssd vps and custom plan.

Affiliate Program:
1. Recurring 20% Commission, get paid for unlimited time for single or more transaction as long as your referral renew their service
2. 30 Day Withdraw Period, Once referral has been a bought our service for 30 days, you will received an email from us letting you know that your account has been credited.
3. Minimum Payout $30
4. Multiple Payout Options:
Direct Account Credit
Verified PayPal
Local Bank Transfer(IDR)
5. Payouts Processed Max Within 72 Hours
6. Get Chance to win free upgrade to 2gb if your referral order 1gb plan, This upgrade is random.
7. Bonus From our Owner, Our Owner will give bonus Commission to random affiliate member if he is on good mood.

You can find activating menu on client area, service > affiliates

For More Detail You can Read our Terms Of Service, If you have any question you can create ticket to Affiliate department.

Rapidleech, Torrenflux, rutorrent auto Installer + Lighttpd – PHP – MySQL | Debian 6 32bit

Hello All,

I recreated NginX Auto Installer script for Lighttpd Mini Installer + Rapidleech and Torrentflux + rTorrent 0.8.6 + RuTorrent 3.4 for debian 6 32bit

For the sources, i took em from here
Lighttpd 1.4.31: http://www.lighttpd.net/download
PHP 5.3.18: http://php.net/downloads.php
MySQL 5.1.66: http://www.mysql.com/downloads/mysql/5.1.html
Rapidleech 4.1: http://www.rapidleech.com
Torrentflux 2.4: http://sourceforge.net/projects/torrentflux
rTorrent 0.8.6 + RuTorrent 3.4 http://code.google.com/p/rutorrent Continue reading

OpenVPN Community Software Auto Installer for CentOS 5 & 6, Debian 6, and Ubuntu 10.10

Hi guys,

As the title says, i created OpenVPN Community Software Auto Installer for CentOS 5 & 6, Debian 6, and Ubuntu 10.10.

Source
http://openvpn.net/index.php/open-source.html
Download
#wget https://repo.regolithmedia.com/ovpn_regolithmedia.zip
Install
#unzip ovpn_regolithmedia.zip
#chmod +x ovpn.sh

openvpn_regolithmedia

openvpn_regolithmedia

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Install NSD DNS In A Low Memory VPS

Got root? Then you have your freedom to do whatever you want with your slice of node. People moved from shared or reseller hosting to vps because they want to experiment more with their (in this case) website. Probably tried another web server such as Cherokee, Engine-X, Lighttpd, or Litespeed. For database, they want to experience other than MySQL, like MariaDB (the MySQL development-based database), PostgreSQL, or NoSQL. The rest, of course PHP (we are talking about linux OS), no way in the 21st century you still run your dynamic website with HTML only.

Everything is set up, and you go check your domain whois, your domain nameserver appeared as ns1.anotherdomainnotyourdomainhere.com. You still use 3rd party DNS, usually your domain registrar’s DNS or DNS that many people use such as afraid, he.net, etc.. For me small business site like company profile, merchandise, or store, it will be good to use own domain as your nameserver. As the title says, low memory vps for people who have just started small business, so the NSD low memory DNS is suitable for it.

For this, i am using 128MB KVM with Debian 6 OS, it is quite low in memory consumption. I assume you have installed your preferred low memory webserver, database, and php, so i just headed to NSD installation.

Just like that, you have installed NSD DNS in your box, simple eh? Now continue with the configuration. Go to “/etc/nsd3” directory and create NSD server configuration. Below are the essential configurations i took from NSD’s default configuration.

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Running Web Server – PHP – MySQL Easily in Your VPS

It is very easy, here is the command for El-based.

Or if you are using Debian-based

Real easy, isn’t it? You are ready to get your site up and running. Or if you want to read a little bit more detail about the installation and there is maybe tips and trick, you can continue reading this article.

1. Preliminary
2. Installing Apache
3. Installing MySQL
4. Installing PHP

People buying VPS are from various circles, some of them are newbies, and some of them are experts. For some reasons, newbies (like the author) in any purposes just don’t want to know about the complexity of configuring and installing webserver to make their website up and running. Websites in the present commonly utilize PHP for the script / programming and MySQL for database. And for the home of both softwares, they use Apache because of its htaccess compatibility required by many scripts. So what we need is Apache – PHP – MySQL, or some other called it LAMP (Linux Apache MySQL PHP) stack. Continue reading

Install OpenVPN Community Software Under Debian 6 Squeeze, Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick, CentOS 5, CentOS 6

Content:
1. Preliminary
2. Installing GCC and Dependencies
3. Installing OpenVPN
4. Creating Certificate and Key
5. Creating OpenVPN COnfiguration
6. Starting OpenVPN, IP Forwarding, NAT
7. Client Configuration


Preliminary
Before we are going to the main course, why Debian Squeeze comes first in title? Because i recommend it. Simple answer for me, it is light so you can (even) use 64MB or 128MB VPS for this software. But i will also write the how to for another three Distros i (or people) almost use. So what is OpenVPN Community Software and why is it very popular among another VPN?

It is an open source SSL VPN with full features inside that can gather lots of configurations and includes site to site VPN, remote access, load balancing, and failover. Many people move to OpenVPN because it is Open Source which means free and easy to use, configure, and implement. More about OpenVPN Community Software can be read at http://openvpn.net/index.php/open-source/245-community-open-source-software-overview.html

Okay now let’s begin. Anyway i am using fresh installed OS, first you need to check whether your TUN is already activated or not because our main purpose of OpenVPN here is for anonymous and safe browsing.

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