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 Can I host minecraft server on VPS?

No, we don't allow Minecraft in our VPS plans.

 Do I need a domain name (FQDN) for the hostname?

The hostname is an arbitrary identifier for your VPS. It can be either a Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) or a single word. It must be longer than 4 characters. It may...

 Does bandwidth used in between VPSs count?

Yes, both incoming and outgoing traffic included your bandwith usage.

 How do I connect to my VPS via SSH?

We recommend the program PuTTY for SSH. You can download it here: To access your VPS: Run PuTTY, enter your VPS IP, and use port...

 How do I set reverse DNS (RDNS/PTR)?

Please open a support ticket, including the requested PTR and we will configure it.

 How long does VPS setup take?

Setup is in max. 5 min upon receipt of payment.Please use accurate billing information to avoid fraud check related delays. If you do not receive an email after payment, please check your spam/junk...

 Outgoing SMTP connections

For security reasons we block Port 25 (SMTP), unblocking is available on request if the customer provides an ID or company documents.

 Ubuntu Setting Locale Failed

If you are having trouble setting the locale in Ubuntu , please see this thread:

 VNC (GUI) for Ubuntu

The following steps can be used to install and use a VNC server on a Ubuntu VPS. Log into your VPS with SSH, then enter the following commands: apt-get update apt-get upgrade apt-get install...

 What OS is recommended for cPanel VPS?

For cPanel, we recommend getting a VPS with at least 512 MB RAM and Centos 6.x 64 bit.  If you have large websites, a VPS with 1 GB RAM of higher is recommended.

 What is the difference between Xen vs OpenVZ Virtual technology?

Although Xen and OpenVZ VPS hosting options are both open source server technology, there are enough key differences between them where it can be confusing trying to decide which option is the best...

 rsyslog CPU Usage

rsyslog has a tendency to use 100%+ CPU. Please run the following commands with SSH to fix the problem: service rsyslog stop sed -i -e 's/^\$ModLoad imklog/#\$ModLoad imklog/g' /etc/rsyslog.conf...