What is LAMP?
Besides a wonderful device that produces light, LAMP stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP.
It’s a common combination of services that are needed in web development when setting up a server.
When you activate a cloud server with NetDepot you’ll more than likely want this combo installed to start development.
Continue reading “Installing the LAMP Stack (Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP) on CentOS”
Have a cPanel License? Installation on your NetDepot.com server couldn’t be easier. Here’s a simple how-to on adding a cPanel License with us:
Step 1: Get to the cPanel Page
We’re breaking these steps up really, really small here because it is just that simple to set up a cPanel License with NetDepot. So, the first step here really isn’t even a step. After you’ve logged in to your NetDepot Server Control Panel, click on “Software Licenses” > “cPanel License”.
Step 2: Add Your cPanel IP
This gets a tad complicated. You have to decide whether you’re adding the cPanel Dedicated License or the cPanel VPS License. Either way, go ahead and plug your license’s IP address into the appropriate field and click the “add” button next to that field. Your page will reload and you should see the license displayed below the add license fields! Continue reading “cPanel License Installation”
So, you’ve decided it’s time to get a cloud server set up for that next project your starting on. Great! NetDepot is here to make that a breeze for you. Here’s a simple how-to on setting up a cloud server with us:
Step 1: Registering for a NetDepot Account
After you sign up at NetDepot’s registration page, you will be automatically logged in to our client portal. Click on “Add Servers” on the left sidebar. You will first be prompted to deposit funds (at least $5) before you can get started. This is to prevent against fraud and spammer accounts and will be credited to your server expenses. We accept all major credit cards, PayPal and even Bitcoin!
Step 2: Adding a New Cloud Server
Choose the location you would like your server, what size best fits your needs, then the operating system you prefer. Once those are selected you can enter a domain alias to easier identify the server in the future and click “Deploy Server”. Continue reading “Setting up a NetDepot Cloud Server”