Many people ask me how to make a VPS?
A VPS is a virtual private server that can handle many different tasks and projects as needed, without being too expensive. The first thing you need to do is find an available host. There are many hosts out there that offer low-cost servers, but it’s important to make sure they have dedicated resources specifically for your needs before signing up with them. Next, you want to choose what operating system you would like on your new VPS. Once chosen, download the OS image from the hosting provider and write it onto a CD or USB drive using disk imaging software such as ImgBurn or WinImage. After booting up your new VPS, you will need to configure your network settings and install the OS. Once installed, download all of the updates for that particular version as well as any other programs or services needed.
Following are the exact steps to make a VPS
1. Purchase a VPS server
2. Install the operating system of your choice (Ubuntu, Red Hat, CentOS)
3. Configure the network interfaces to be able to connect remotely
4. Create an administrative user with sudo privileges and disable root login
5. Enable password authentication for SSH connections by editing /etc/ssh/sshd_config
6.Test server functionality by attempting to access it from a remote computer or mobile device
If you have any questions, feel free to ask.