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How do I use a linux vps, like downloading java and jdk, running my server, and downloading no-ip. I never used linux before.

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What version of Linux have you got?

Who is your host?

Do you have remote access?

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Well I never bought it yet, this is why I am asking you guys, so then I don't have to waste my money.

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Well, I'm not actually familiar with it myself.

Java would be a case of simply downloading it like you normally would, I can link if you're really stuck.

The no-IP could be ran from the web, I'm not sure you need that client.

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Hmm, what do you mean for no-ip on the web?

Also how do i run my server on linux I herd you need to edit it to like run.sh or sumthing.

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How do I use a linux vps, like downloading java and jdk, running my server, and downloading no-ip. I never used Linux before.

I bought a Linux before. It sucks so hard dude. You have to use like Command Promt's and shit, Lol. Too much for me. I went with Windows for my next VPS ;D

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Yea, I want windows but the vps company doesnt have windows right now, they said they will get it soon..

Still need help.

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You have to use terminal, NOT COMMAND PROMPT...

To start a server you use "java server" and it runs...

Thats it...

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"Hhhzzzarn" Is the dude you should see. He tryed setting up my VPS. But i asked the company for a refund, no way am i getting used to Linux. Properly take me the month to figure it out, lol. You have to type commands and shit just to restart\update your computer, etc.

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