VPSSIM is an application for managing vps or servers that will be used to manage a web or more on a server, well like cPanel, Webuzo, VestaCP, etc. What distinguishes it from other panels / management is its use, yes the use of vpssim is not using the GUI (Graphical User Interface) command but uses the CLI (Command-Line Interface) command. I just gave the tutorial right away
Tutorial on How to Install VPSSIM:
- Prepare the VPS / Server that will be used.
- VPS / Server Specifications
RAM: Min 512MB (Recommendation above 1GB)
CPU Core: Min 1 Core
HDD: Min 10GB
- Login Root SSH Or Putty. Can be downloaded first at Putty.org
- Login to root vps / server using putty.
- Then update the centos system using the
yum update -y command.
- Then run the command
yum -y install wget command; wget -no-check-certificate https://vpssim.com/install; chmod + x install; bash install.
- Then we will be told to choose a language, just choose 1 or English.
- Then we will be told to enter the port to log into PHPMyadmin, Email, and MariaDB version, and MariaDB Password, this is very important to remember, so just enter port 1945 or you can specify the port you want to make, then enter your email, and select the version from MariaDB (I used the MariaDB 10.0 version) then my friend will be asked to fill in the password to root the MariaDB database.
- Then the detail information that you input will appear, select 1, Agree to continue, and the installation process will run.
- Then the vpssim install results will appear, save the information provided, until the vpssim installation is complete and the vps / server will restart.
- Run vps sim using the vpssim command.
Your VPS / DS is already installed LEMP Stack (NGINX, MariaDB, PHP-FPM) VPSSIM Script Auto-Installer is very simple, I’ve used it for a long time.