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[EASY] An All-In-One Guide to setup & use VPS for BOTTING. (centOS/Ubuntu)

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Hi, after I did "service vncserver restart" it will just say "Starting VNC server: no displays configured", I had to reboot the server as it had some problem, what can I do now to solve this problem?

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Nice tutorial especially for Ubuntu! Just add in that those wanting to use either Unity or Gnome on Ubuntu 14.04 will find it very hard to set up as there's a confirmed bug with the desktop environments working with VNC.

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I followed your tutorial, I am using a CENTOS 6 x64, but when I launched the tribot, the

server logged me off, and I couldn't reconnect with ultravnc. I then needed to open putty and type in

vncserver in order gain access via ultravnc. But now there is no internet on my vps. I can connect to

it, but the vps cant use tribot or firefox, as there is no internet. Also, do I really have to open putty

and type in vncserver everytime I want to gain access via ultravnc?

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This is a very nice guide as it is a lot simpler than the rest. But i am facing a problem at the end of the 250 packages being downloaded and verified my end screen on Putty looks like this 5c0912254d64e57ef03ad748a7cf8118.png

 

And after this i have no idea how to use the UltraVNC as when i put in SERVERIP:1 or SERVERIP:5901 (which i dont exactly know where to put either) this come up:

 

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Please reply to me asap!

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@burntish I ended up using a youtube guide for the installation, and then I just installed firefox and downloaded

java and tribot. It works perfectly.

 

Youtube video: 

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This is a very nice guide as it is a lot simpler than the rest. But i am facing a problem at the end of the 250 packages being downloaded and verified my end screen on Putty looks like this 5c0912254d64e57ef03ad748a7cf8118.png

 

And after this i have no idea how to use the UltraVNC as when i put in SERVERIP:1 or SERVERIP:5901 (which i dont exactly know where to put either) this come up:

 

ee70d3ab44811c645cb9dca4557628f4.png

 

Please reply to me asap

same thing is happanging to me when loading on centos 6 i did everything the same way and opened ports on my vps with iptables -A INPUT -p tcp -m tcp --dport 5901 -j ACCEPT

can anyone help me fix this 

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This is a very nice guide as it is a lot simpler than the rest. But i am facing a problem at the end of the 250 packages being downloaded and verified my end screen on Putty looks like this 5c0912254d64e57ef03ad748a7cf8118.png

 

And after this i have no idea how to use the UltraVNC as when i put in SERVERIP:1 or SERVERIP:5901 (which i dont exactly know where to put either) this come up:

 

ee70d3ab44811c645cb9dca4557628f4.png

 

Please reply to me asap!

You need to put your servers actual Ip which was emailed to you

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I can't execute the tribot's .jar file, I've done everything exactly like the instructions (centos 6) and I've googled it like a million times, very frustrating. Does anybody know how to fix this?

 

edit nvm: I fixed this issue by downloading the .rpm from oracle's website and installing that and afterwards it worked flawlessly

Edited by punchbaggies

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This is a very nice guide as it is a lot simpler than the rest. But i am facing a problem at the end of the 250 packages being downloaded and verified my end screen on Putty looks like this 5c0912254d64e57ef03ad748a7cf8118.png

 

And after this i have no idea how to use the UltraVNC as when i put in SERVERIP:1 or SERVERIP:5901 (which i dont exactly know where to put either) this come up:

 

ee70d3ab44811c645cb9dca4557628f4.png

 

Please reply to me asap!

 

i got that same error and i think i setup everything vncserver is running but still cant connect to it

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i got that same error and i think i setup everything vncserver is running but still cant connect to it

Anyone have found a solution for this?

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I have set up an ubuntu 14.04 machine in the way you described, when I try to run TRiBot_Loader.jar nothing happens.

$java -jar TRiBot_Loader.jarCOMMAND: [/bin/sh, -c, /usr/lib/jvm/java-7-openjdk-amd64/jre/bin/java -cp /usr/lib/jvm/java-7-openjdk-amd64/jre/lib/jfxrt.jar:/home/mlyons/Downloads/TRiBot_Loader.jar org.tribot.loader.LoaderMain]$ 

It doesn't seem to fail, however nothing ever loads.

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I solved it with the following commands:

sudo apt-add-repository ppa:webupd8team/javasudo apt-get updatesudo apt-get install oracle-java8-installer/usr/lib/jvm/java-8-oracle -jar TRiBot_Loader.jar

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can sameone explain how to run bot on centos 6 x32, because it just not start and getting error on putty please help : 

Exception in thread "main" java.lang.UnsupportedOperationException: Unable to open DISPLAY        at com.sun.glass.ui.gtk.GtkApplication.<init>(GtkApplication.java:68)        at com.sun.glass.ui.gtk.GtkPlatformFactory.createApplication(GtkPlatformFactory.java:41)        at com.sun.glass.ui.Application.run(Application.java:146)        at com.sun.javafx.tk.quantum.QuantumToolkit.startup(QuantumToolkit.java:263)        at com.sun.javafx.application.PlatformImpl.startup(PlatformImpl.java:211)        at com.sun.javafx.application.LauncherImpl.startToolkit(LauncherImpl.java:675)        at com.sun.javafx.application.LauncherImpl.launchApplication1(LauncherImpl.java:695)        at com.sun.javafx.application.LauncherImpl.lambda$launchApplication$152(LauncherImpl.java:182)        at com.sun.javafx.application.LauncherImpl$$Lambda$2/20735837.run(Unknown Source)        at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:745)

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It looks like you trying to run the "java -jar TRiBot_Loader.jar" command from putty? That will not work, as it doesn't have a place to load the UI. You have to remote desktop into the computer, open a terminal / command prompt in the remote desktop, and run the command from there.

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I need help, I followed the guide perfectly and everything worked. Except when I went to open tribot, nothing happend.
The current operating system is CentOS 6 64bit

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I need help, I followed the guide perfectly and everything worked. Except when I went to open tribot, nothing happend.

The current operating system is CentOS 6 64bit

I have the exact same problem.

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I need help, I followed the guide perfectly and everything worked. Except when I went to open tribot, nothing happend.

The current operating system is CentOS 6 64bit

 

 

I have the exact same problem.

If you can reinstall the OS, and use Debian I have an up to date tutorial, here

If you're stuck with CentOS add my Skype, and I'll see if I can help ya :)

 

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what do you put in for hostname and ns1/2 prefix. Also, what OS would be best out of this list:48d30bc381d47e74cd245d65e545fc71.png

 

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There is an updated guide out to setup a VPS with Debian, I would advise you follow that, check the tutorials section :)

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