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      Current state of vpsBoard   02/04/2017

      Dear vpsBoard members and guests:

      Over the last year or two vpsBoard activity and traffic has dwindled. I have had a change of career and interests, and as such am no longer an active member of the web hosting industry.

      Due to time constraints and new interests I no longer wish to continue to maintain vpsBoard. The web site will remain only as an archive to preserve and showcase some of the great material, guides, and industry news that has been generated by members, some of which I remain in contact to this very day and now regard as personal friends.

      I want to thank all of our members who helped make vpsBoard the fastest growing industry forum. In it's prime it was an active and ripe source of activity, news, guides and just general off-topic banter and fun.

      I wish all members and guests the very best, whether it be with your business or your personal projects.

      -MannDude

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  1. Technical Support Operators staff the front lines of our company - namely our 24/7/365 helpdesk. They're responsible for providing our customers with extraordinary customer service and support on a daily basis and ensuring that going above and beyond is just part of the job. In addition to technical prowess, our Technical Support Operators need to posses customer service skills that are way beyond average and also have an attitude and personality that makes them suited to work with people (our customers and their co-workers!) and make those people happy. Compensation is dependent upon experience and skillset. Please note we are a Linux only host, so Linux experience is a must. The primary responsibilities of our Technical Support Operators are: Provide customers support via our 24/7 helpdesk. Troubleshooting email delivery issues Troubleshooting cPanel, Plesk, and DirectAdmin related issues Troubleshooting DNS, FTP, SSL, Apache, and other service-related issues. Ensuring customer satisfaction Basics: All of our Technical Support Operators: Must be customer-focused, and willing to do whatever it takes to resolve customer issues. Going above and beyond is the standard at KnownHost. Our customer reviews reflect this. Excellent written English. Technical Support Operators currently primarily provide support over email, but may occasionally be asked to pitch in with live chat and phone support. Must be familiar with Linux shell (bash), Apache, PHP, MySQL, email (POP3/IMAP/SMTP), FTP, DNS and other standard web hosting applications and protocols. Must be able to work under pressure when bad stuff happens and get the job done. Multi-tasking is a must. KnownHost has a lot going on, and multiple brands. Must be able to ask customers for complete error message or derive the context of their problem if they provide insufficient information. Bonus: If our Technical Support Operators know this stuff already, great. If not, they'll learn it in training and on the job: cPanel/WHM, Plesk, and Directadmin control panels Knowledge of PHP, Python, Perl and/or Ruby on Rails. Can install PHP from source, enabling required modules. Also, can install a separate Python version that is separate from the operating system version. Iptables firewalls (CSF, APF, etc.) Common customer website apps, like Drupal, WordPress, MediaWiki, Magento, ZenCart, etc MySQL commands for support or troubleshooting, like importing/dumping a database, simple SELECT statements or "SHOW PROCESSLIST" Perks: You get the opportunity to work with great and very smart people, help our customers, and have a chance to be part of a growing and successful company. You also get: Competitive pay Comprehensive health, dental, and vision insurance plans Flexible scheduling, including up to 20 days of paid time off. Frequent catered lunches Snacks, water, and coffee A variety of other perks , including free web hosting, and more. Because this position is full time and includes perks, we expect KnownHost to be your only hosting-related job. To apply please visit http://careers.knownhost.com This position is local to our Birmingham, AL support office, however, relocation assistance is available for qualified candidates.
  2. I have a shop that is looking for experienced support representative(s). Remote work / contract position. Paid weekly. Should have real experience working with WHMCS on Linux VPS and cPanel. Should be familiar with command line and common network tools. Abuse and suspensions are big piece of daily load. Screening of new orders will be required too. Even tempered workers wanted who understand customers pay the bills and can be difficult and may suffer from language barriers. Work is in English speaking only shop. Send me your resume if interested.
  3. I have multiple web sites (and a few other processes) I want to run in an environment that is flexible and as low maintenance as possible. This includes my sites and customer sites, production and development. Most share a common platform (Python, Django, Postgres, Linux (mostly Debian)). I need to be able to give At the moment they are all running in separate VPSs, and some on shared hosting. The problem with multiple unmanaged VPSs is that it is a lot of stuff to manage. I have been experimenting with running the sites on a single VPS with multiple users. It is a "cloud" one so can be scaled up as needed, and there is only one OS and shared libraries to upgrade. The problem is relying on permissions to separate sites from each other, and to give users access to sites is quite fiddly, particularly as I am paranoid enough to run app servers as a different user from the code they exectute. I have not ruled it out as a solution, but it is not as straightforward as expected I thought of running my own VPSs on a dedi, which is cost effective, but adds one more component to manage. It gives me a lot of isolation. I think some sort of container or jail solution will give me the best of both worlds, but I am not familiar enough with it to pick suggestions? I am willing to consider using any *nix OS, although Debian Linux is what I am most familiar with. Resource isolation is not an issue: it will not be running anything I expect to cause problems. Easy admin and security are. Any suggestions?
  4. Allwinner: Allwinner A10/A20 – Display engine clocks (TCON, FE, DE), I2S audio interface (ASoC) driver, added NFC node to DTS Allwinner H3 – Clocks (through sunxi-ng), USB multi-reset lines support AXP2xx driver – External drivebus support, AXP223 USB power supply support, AXP809 PMIC support Broadcom BCM53125 support as it’s used in Lamobo / Banana Pi R1 router board. New boards – Polaroid MID2407PXE03 & inet86dz (Allwinner A23 tablets), Banapi M1+, Banapi M2+, Allwinner Parrot (Allwinner R16 EVB) Samsung Enable drivers for Exynos7 and Exynos5433 based boards: S2MPS clock driver, SoC: RTC, SPI, watchdog, EHCI, OHCI, DWC3, ADC and PWM, Enable Samsung SoC sound Qualcomm Device Tree Changes: Reverse BAM dma node reverts Add BAM remote control options for affected platforms Enable peripherals on APQ8074 dragonboard Enable PMA8084 pwrky Fix PMIC reg entries by removing unnecessary size element Add SCM binding and support for all currently supported boards Add Qualcomm WCNSS binding documentation Rename db600c to SD_600eval and add peripheral nodes Remove gpio key entry from Nexus7 Add APQ8060 based dragonboard and associated peripherals Add ARMv7 PMU for IPQ4019 Other new ARM hardware or SoCs NXP i.MX 7Solo, Broadcom BCM23550, Broadcom BCM2837 (Raspberry Pi 3) Grapped out of the change log: https://kernelnewbies.org/Linux_4.8
  5. UK based DC by Atlantic Servers Limited Choose Your Best VPS Plans. Linux VPS 1: ================================== Processor : Intel Xeon Quad Core CPU : 1 vCore RAM : 1024 MB SWAP : 1024 MB HDD : 20 GB SAS RAID Bandiwidth : 2TB Price : $ 4.89/mo. Order now with promo code VPS30 Linux VPS 2: ================================== Processor : Intel Xeon Quad Core CPU : 2 vCore RAM : 2048 MB SWAP : 2048 MB HDD : 30 GB SAS RAID Bandiwidth : 2TB Price : $ 8.39/mo. Order now with promo code VPS30
  6. UK Dedicated servers $59/m

    Atlantic Servers Ltd - UK based Web Hosting provider. We offer not only very competitive prices, but also fast support and a high quality network. We are sure that you will be amazed by our special deals every week! Intel Xeon L5630 Memory: 8 GB Hard Drive(s): 1000 GB Bandwidth: 10 TB 1 Gigabit Network Connection Set-up Fee: $0.00 Monthly Price: $59.00 Order Now! Intel Xeon L5630 Memory: 16 GB Hard Drive(s): 1000 GB Bandwidth: 10 TB 1 Gigabit Network Connection Set-up Fee: $0.00 Monthly Price: $69.00 Order Now!
  7. Do we have any resident cobblers / DIY types who are using Linux for CCTV / security related? I mean legit Linux DIY not premade embedded systems. I am fussing with some China dump wifi cameras (read cheap). Quite interesting little units for the price (bound to be more like them). ~ $15 a camera delivered. RTSP streaming from these and seems to be a really common software stack they are loading into lots of these China cams from many many brands. Do we have people using the Open Source Zoneminder DVR / CCTV software? Considering trying to get Zoneminder running on one of my unused ARM boards (yes it exists for ARM also).
  8. Greetings from RosenHost, We have been in the web hosting business since 2009, providing budget friendly cPanel & Linux hosting solutions. With 6 years of web hosting experience, we know what you want and how we can help you. A reliable business, realistic hosting packages and customer friendly pricing consist the backbone of our business. If you are looking for a web hosting provider that will not disappear in a few months, we are here for you. Why choose RosenHost? • We work with the best and the most reliable service providers of the industry. • We are in business since 2009 and we do not have any intention to go away. • We know what customers need and how to deliver it better. • Our pricing is very budget friendly. • Our servers are clean. We take our network very seriously. Abusers and spammers are never tolerated. • Absolutely no risks on buying from RosenHost. We provide 14 DAYS MONEY BACK GUARANTEE. If you are not satisfied with the service, you simply get a refund by opening a ticket to our sales team. You do not have to pay a fortune to get your web site(s) hosted. Whether you are an individual, small business, a casual blogger or a community manager, we have a web hosting package that will suit your needs. Our web hosting plans are specially designed to deliver a most pleasant web hosting experience. All our web hosting plans include the following : • cPanel • Softaculous Automatic Script Installer • Webmail with POP/IMAP/SMTP support • Multiple Locations (UK/US) • PHP/mySQL/awstats/Webalizer/Sitebuilder/SpamAssassin • SSD powered web space • Ticket based support system • 14 Days Money back guarantee. No questions asked !!! --------------------------------------- *****************We have great deals for annual payments. You can save more than 50% off if you pay annually. Please check our web hosting cart located here or see below for plans, locations and pricing.***************** --------------------------------------- Promotional Plan (USA - 5 in stock) 1 GB Space 15 GB Bandwidth 50 FTP/E-mail Accounts 10 mySQL/Subdomains 5 Parked Domains 5 Addon Domains Limited time Offer!!! Only available with annual payment $5.99/yr !!! ::::::>Order Now ! Starter Plan (UK/USA - 10 in stock) 1 GB Space 15 GB Bandwidth 50 FTP/E-mail Accounts 10 mySQL/Subdomains 5 Parked Domains 5 Addon Domains $1.95/mo or $11.95/Year Order UK Order USA Professional Plan ( UK/USA - 5 in stock) 5 GB Space 100 GB Bandwidth Unlimited FTP Accounts Unlimited Databases and mail lists Unlimited Domains and E-mails $3.95/mo or $13.95/Year if you pay annually Order UK: Order USA: Premium Web Hosting USA (3 in stock) 15 GB Space 300 GB Bandwidth Unlimited FTP Accounts Unlimited Email Accounts Unlimited mySQL Unlimited domains Special low-load server High priority support $4.95/mo or $29.95/Year if you pay annually Order Now: ------------------------------------------------ Limited to 20 new customers only. Please see the cart here for more web hosting plans and locations. Offer is valid for EU, Canada, New Zealand, Australia and USA Citizens. If you are not a citizen of above countries, please submit a ticket to our sales department after your order regarding your purpose of order and type of your web site. We may work it out. Nothing illegal in US/UK is allowed in servers. No warez linking, no spamming, no mass mailing, no copyright infringement, no proxies. 14 days money back guarantee provided. No questions asked !!! If you are not satisfied with our service, we will refund your money instantly. All orders instantly activated. Currently we accept PayPal only. For presale questions; [email protected]
  9. Working on or wanting to work on some building projects over the winter. One thing I am experimenting with is various materials for simple R-value - think insulating value or ability to keep heat in or out (both are of interest). Looking for cheap and open source solutions for sensing temperature (thermometer) and transmitting those datapoints real time to a central collection station. Looking for something ideally ready made on the sensor with simple controls in Linux / means to get the data from the device. Tethering to USB is fine, can use wifi to communicate on this. Looking for sensors that have about -30F to 400F range (that's outside temperature minimum and temperature near heat exchanger - not directly in flame path). Anyone have currently or prior experimented with anything that sounds usable? Arduino solutions may be fine, but I am just entirely unfamiliar with.
  10. Powerful Box are a small computer and hosting business in Winchester, Hampshire and we are at VPS Board today to offer our SSD VPS Hosting located in North West Europe, which includes FREE weekly backups, FREE Anti-DDoS Protection and built on KVM technology. You can also be in complete control your VPS from our Client Area giving you the ability to rebuild, reinstall, reboot your VPS at any time, as well as configure network settings, rDNS and access console with noVNC. Tiny Box 1x2.6Ghz, 512MB RAM, 15GB SSD disk space, 3000GB Traffic 1Gbps port 50Mbps guaranteed, 1 IPv4 address (up to 4 available), 24x7 UK based Support. £3.99 a month Order now! Little Box 1x2.6Ghz, 1GB RAM, 30GB SSD disk space, 5000GB Traffic 1Gbps port 100Mbps guaranteed, 1 IPv4 address (up to 4 available), 24x7 UK based Support. £7.99 a month Order now! Big Box 2x2.6Ghz, 2GB RAM, 60GB SSD disk space, Unmetered Traffic 1Gbps port 100Mbps guaranteed, 1 IPv4 address (up to 8 available), 24x7 UK based Support. £12.99 a month Order now! Powerful Box 4x2.6Ghz, 4GB RAM, 125GB SSD disk space, Unmetered Traffic 1Gbps port 150Mbps guaranteed, 1 IPv4 address (up to 16 available), 24x7 UK based Support. £23.99 a month Order now! FEATURES * FREE weekly backups included, restore anytime from client area. * Reboot, Reinstall or configure network device from our client area. * FREE Anti-DDoS Protection included & IPv6 Ready! * Over 8 differet Linux & Windows distributions to deploy. * Fast & Reliable SSD RAID Storage, on powerful EU nodes. * Guaranteed Hardwre Resources. * Instant Activation. * Located in North West Europe. * UK Support.
  11. Hi to everyone. A friend sent me this question below and i will love to get more ideas on the subject matter."I have had a couple discussions with some friends about the "non-necessity" of a Plesk or cPanel to manage a VPS Server operating on Windows OS Server. They keep insisting on the fact that it is needed because they code on .NET. Would appreciate if more information could be brought to light on this and the possibility of managing the server without a cPanel." Your thoughts will be appreciate
  12. Howdy folks, I've recently been having problems with my Ubuntu VPS on my Windows server. I have access to both the Host node and the guest node (since this is a multi-use server and I wanted to use both Windows and Linux services), and I guess I thought I set it up properly but it seems there's a networking problem on the server. There's periods when the Ubuntu VM has major packet loss while the actual host server is mostly fine. Sometimes when I'm rsyncing large files (12 GB worth of files), the network gets dropped on the entire Ubuntu VM and I get the error "ping: sendmsg: No buffer space available". This was reproducible whenever I'd rsync out larger files. Basic research shows this is usually due to an incompatibility of the on-board NIC on the Server (of course this is assuming Ubuntu was installed on the base hardware, not within a VM). I'm assuming this is a problem with my bridge setup. Anyways, this is a Hyper-V Generation 1 VM. The bridge is basically all default variables requested when setting it up through the Wizard available on the Windows Server 2012 R2 (Datacenter Edition). Upon further Google Searching, I've found that we have to increase the memory allocation for the packets, and was suggested I add the following lines into sysctl: net.core.rmem_max=16777216 net.core.wmem_max=16777216 net.ipv4.tcp_rmem=4096 87380 16777216 net.ipv4.tcp_wmem=4096 65536 16777216 In addition, the following command was executed: echo 83886080 > /proc/sys/net/core/wmem_max Anyways, even with these changes I'm still having some problems. Anyone know of a good way to start troubleshooting this issue? Thanks!
  13. Hello vpsboard community. I'm the owner of a small VPS I use to host a TeamSpeak Server for my Guild. I still have enough Bandwidth and Resources left on it so I would like to create and host a website and forum on it, as well as adding a custom domain. I did read some tutorials on how to create a website and how to create a forum, but I have no idea how to do all of that combined into 1 single website. What I had in mind was something like www.website.com and www.website.com/forum Could anyone help me out or point me in the right direction? Thank you advance for your help.
  14. how to install csf firewall ? -> So, login to your server via ssh and let’s start CSF installation by retrieving the package files using wget command: # wget http://configserver.com/free/csf.tgz Unpack the archive: # tar xfz csf.tgz Navigate to the uncomperssed csf directory: # cd csf Run the installer: # sh install.sh It will create configuration file and add all required cPanel services to allow list. Let’s disable testing mode by editing main CSF configuration file. Open the file using any editor (vi, nano, etc): # nano /etc/csf/csf.conf and change TESTING = “1? to TESTING = “0? When done, restart CSF: # csf -r Now CSF is installed and ready. You can simply manage it via cPanel WHM interface WHM > Config Security & Firewall:
  15. Have you ever found Linux mundane, lacking excitement, or had trouble getting your floppy disk hard? Worry not, Suicide Linux to the rescue! With Suicide Linux, you can bring back all the excitement of your first time. Never again will your floppy disk be limp! Good news everyone! With this limited time offer, Suicide Linux is yours for $0.00. That's right $0.00! Click here to install: Suicide Linux Disclaimer: Side effects may include loss of data, anger, uncontrollable crying, and erectile dysfunction.
  16. I keep bumping into need for Windows. Business software annoyance. WINE while it is fine for some stuff, isn't sufficient for everything. Die hard Linux folks around here have any current similar scenario in their world or those around them? Someone have a solution / preferred current solutions for running Windows desktop in Linux virtualized world? Specifically on the desktop. Rather run this locally inhouse. Was contemplating a KVM install via Proxmox and with Windows real install within that... Just need GUI to work reasonably well in Windows and single monitor, nothing fancy, no sound. Alternative at this point is picking up a cheap beater laptop with Windows pre-installed/included.
  17. I have another company that is hiring for their customer support team. This is an immediate availability. This is a weekday work schedule with working hours of 23:00 - 07:00 GMT. Some weekend work will happen as the team shares the weekend workload. Pay will be once per month and compensation will depend on your experience level. You must be a native English speaker. What should you know how to do? Apache, DNS, iptables, Linux, PHP, etc. L3 / L4 / L7 basics General technology skills and experience with web technologies Experience with game servers is a big plus If you are interested in this position and believe you are qualified, please send me a private message and attach your resume / CV. Please also attach or write in said message, a brief lead in cover letter telling me why you are a good fit for this position. All resumes and details are held in confidence. Your info will only be forwarded to the hiring company when they state an interest from my submitted notes. I try to inform applicants of the position status and keep things as active on both ends as possible.
  18. Do we have any rogue Chromebook owners who have unlocked their device, installed real BIOS and a Linux OS they are using successfully? Still shopping for a kick around small notebook for off grid and outdoors. Chromebooks 13-14 with the 2955U processor have caught my eye as acceptable. That is after ChromeOS is purged and the unit is BIOS flashed and real OS installed. Any done this and how has the experience been?
  19. Hey guys! Let's start at the beginning. I am an 23 years old System Administrator entrant, I am done with my schools recently. So I want to start my online business by selling VPS but I have so many questions about it. I have a few unused computers and I am wondering if I can make some bucks with them. The main stats are: 2 core, 2 gb ram, 200 gb hdd 8 core, 4 gb ram, 1000 gb hdd link: 150/15 mbps Is there a way to make the servers fully automated with free solutions? I dont have hundreds of dollars for licenses. I've been googling around and found that it is WHMCS that I need but could not find a minimalist and free wordpress(or not wordpress) template for my site. I am also intrested Linux and Windows solutions. I know there isn't a tutorial like "how to be a vps provider" but I hope you guys can give me some advice. Thanks Regards, Zsolt!
  20. I know a lot of the folks around here were fans of Crunchbang distro... for older hardware, minimalist GUI, etc. Crunchie tossed in the towel earlier this year. For a long time the dev and releases were really delayed. Someone else has picked up Crunchbang and running with it for the future. They have a release ready for your downloading and install pleasure: https://crunchbangplusplus.org/ vpsBoard member @Munzy has set up some direct downloads (Crunchie+ is doing the Torrent download only thing): https://cdn.content-network.net/mirror/crunchbangplusplus/1.0/
  21. I am working on a bigger extended LAN project - think neighborhood level. Trying to find something that does VOIP-like calling, ideally without a central server. Peer to peer would be ideal. Something with calling ability, missed call notification, maybe text chat. Platform here is Linux, but something with an Android client too would be awesome. Anyone using or aware of such a thing? Only need 1-to-1 calling, no conferencing or group functions.
  22. Popular e-retailer Newegg recently put Intel's new PC on a stick devices up for pre-order. These sticks feature a quad core Atom processor, 1GB RAM, 8GB of on board storage and are targeted at Linux users. $109.99... These are direct HDMI powered and look like a great addition to your big HDTV with multiple HDMI ports :) http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16883800003&cm_re=intel_compute_stick-_-83-800-003-_-Product They also are releasing a more costly Windows based model that bumps up the RAM to 2GB.
  23. Sysdig

    I found this pretty nifty Linux/Windows/OSX Application the other night and thought I'd share it here with all of you. No I didn't make this, I just found it by browsing /r/sysadmins. sysdig "A New System Troubleshooting Tool Built for the Way You Work" http://www.sysdig.org/ Supports RHEL Based Distros, RHEL from 6, CentOS from 6, Amazon Linux, Fedora from 13, Oracle Linux from 6. Supports Debian based distros, Debian from 6, Ubuntu from 10.04 and Linux Mint from 9. Latest versions of Debian and Ubuntu include sysdig, though they recommend installing it yourself to get the latest and greatest. http://www.sysdig.org/install/
  24. I am interested in using Bitcoin, as a holder of such, as an end customer. Late to the party and probably about right time to jump in. Looking for a wallet solution for Bitcoin, that runs locally, in Linux (Debian). Ideally something that is flexible enough to support offline (isolating a machine for coins that isn't internet connected beyond whatever initially). Anything out there folks are using that they recommend for this?
  25. I have someone in my network of folks that is a Level 3 Linux Admin who is for hire currently. Remote worker, English speaker, good experience. If you are hiring and are receptive to remote workers, send me a PM and I'll put the two of you together.