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plz help with Debian GNU/Linux 6.0 (Squeeze), 64-bit


ShivaGupta

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today i installed Debian GNU/Linux 6.0 (Squeeze), 64-bit in vps..

 

 

then  installed 

 

 

php  with this commond

apt-get install php5

thrn i got this result on my browser   with my. ip ...http://83.xxx.xxx.1xx/

It works!

This is the default web page for this server.

The web server software is running but no content has been added, yet.

but here i dont know how to uplode my php file in my server.....

 

 

plz help me out...

 

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How are you connecting to your vps via ssh? Isnt sftp or scp setup? Thats how you'll upload files to your vps.

 

By fault on debian Apache serves files from /var/www folder. This can be changed via apaches configuration in /etc/apache/sites-available/default.

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How are you connecting to your vps via ssh? Isnt sftp or scp setup? Thats how you'll upload files to your vps.

 

By fault on debian Apache serves files from /var/www folder. This can be changed via apaches configuration in /etc/apache/sites-available/default.

i am using puty to conect via ssh............

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You can transfer your files using SFTP or SCP. On windows a good client to handle this is WinSCP. For other OS's, do some google searching and you'll find a solution.

 

Beyond just uploading the files though, you need to learn how to actually configure apache so it knows where to find the files, how to process them, etc. This is not something to learn via a simple forum post, you need to google for some tutorials on how to manage a LAMP server.

 

CPanel is a piece of software that you'd have to buy and install to manage your server. Unless you paid for it when you bought the VPS, it will not be available to you. You'll have to do everything manually via the command line.

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You can transfer your files using SFTP or SCP. On windows a good client to handle this is WinSCP. For other OS's, do some google searching and you'll find a solution.

 

Beyond just uploading the files though, you need to learn how to actually configure apache so it knows where to find the files, how to process them, etc. This is not something to learn via a simple forum post, you need to google for some tutorials on how to manage a LAMP server.

 

CPanel is a piece of software that you'd have to buy and install to manage your server. Unless you paid for it when you bought the VPS, it will not be available to you. You'll have to do everything manually via the command line.

verry verry thanks  sir

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