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  1. #1
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    Default Reinstall VPS using SSH

    Suggest me steps to reinstall VPS using SSH.

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    I think you will need to reinstall VPS from the control panel because when you install VPS you will lose your SSH connection.

  3. #3
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    You need to contact your hosting provider to resolve this issue or you can do it from the client area if you have been given the access.

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    Is there any serious reason you want to do it via SSH?

  5. #5
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    Originally posted by: Oswald Coote I think you will need to reinstall VPS from the control panel because when you install VPS you will lose your SSH connection.
    The explanation is quite simple and now I get why web hosting is requiring users to reinstall their VPS on their hosting control panel.

    Originally posted by: Gary McGain Is there any serious reason you want to do it via SSH?
    I have used SSH several times to deal with things on a VPS and always feel faster than other programs.

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    Originally posted by: simon_w The explanation is quite simple and now I get why web hosting is requiring users to reinstall their VPS on their hosting control panel


    I have used SSH several times to deal with things on a VPS and always feel faster than other programs.
    The panel tool should be decently fast considering you won't change your OS everyday XD

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    Originally posted by Oswald Coote : I think you will need to reinstall VPS from the control panel because when you install VPS you will lose your SSH connection.
    True. But can I make a fresh CentOS or Ubuntu without reinstalling the VPS?
    I think it would be a better idea to have a fresh installation in SSH.

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