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[Tutorial] Install Traffic Exchange Viewer on VPS

Discussion in 'Web Development' started by chillin, Jan 12, 2016.

  1. chillin

    chillin ' '

    Installing programs on linux really isn't a big deal, just like windows OS if you understand Linux it's a piece of cake, don't let linux command line Shell intimidate you!

    Here's basic steps you would need to follow to install a software on linux VPS.
    - Login to your server using Putty. It's a software for windows that gives you access to Shell. Shell's is just a command line for linux where you can execute commands, except it encrypted all the data.

    - You can find your login info in hositing access panel.

    - Next download PSCP, Putty Secure Copy. It's a file transfer software.

    - SET environment variable so PSCP can be called from command line. Read how to set environemnt variable http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000549.htm

    - Now run just run pscp.exe PATH_WHERE_FILE_IS_IN_YOUR_PC LINUX_USERNAME@HOSTNAME WHERE_SAVE_ON_LINUX
    Ex. pscp.exe c:\files\file.exe webdevtown@my-ipaddress:/home/webdevtown

    From here you should follow Author's instructions. You might be required to install java or extract file and run make file command etc.. - See more at: http://www.webdevtown.com/2016/01/how-to-install-program-on-linux-vps.html#sthash.P3D6qCM9.dpuf
     

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