Change email address
How do I change my email address tied to my forum account? I can change the one in CP but not here.
Send me a private message with the new email and explaining why you want to change it.
Ahh this should not be possible I will fix the CP now to don’t allow change emails
Why not allow change email address? Don’t you want your users’ contact details be remain updated? What if the user lost access to his email account? What if the user wants to change the email address because it got spammed?
@VE Then he needs to contact us in private message on the forum explaining what happened and why he wants to change his email including his old email and the new one.
Hello, E-mail is unique ID in new System which is in Dev means if you have issues with current email you may need to re-apply for new VPS.
@mgdmgd My email address is still not changed. I think I already pmed you. Did you receive it? It’s called chat right?
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- x1 IPv4 + /80 IPv6
Hello Folks, today I’m going to explain how to test your VPS Internet speed.
Firstly we need to update and upgrade our VPS so you have to execute this command
For Ubuntu / Debiansudo apt-get -y update
For CentOSsudo yum -y update
Then upgrade itsudo apt-get upgrade
For Ubuntu / Debian
For CentOSsudo yum upgrade
Now you will have to install Python so we will follow this command
Ubuntu / Debiansudo apt-get install python
CentOSsudo yum install python
After installing Python we will have to get the .py file which we are going to test our VPS speed from it so you have to execute this commandwget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/systemroot/raws-dev/master/usr/local/raws/ubuntu/st.py
Then we have to grant it the permission to work currently so you have to execute this commandchmod +x st.py
The last step now is start to test the VPS speed so you have to execute this command./st.py --secure --share
And wait for about 25 second to finishes the test…
and finally the result will be like thatroot@amirgt:~# ./st.py --secure --share Retrieving speedtest.net configuration... Retrieving speedtest.net server list... Testing from OVH (xxx.xx.xx.xxx)... Selecting best server based on latency... Hosted by Orange (Paris) [1.88 km]: 5.539 ms Testing download speed........................................ Download: 717.03 Mbit/s Testing upload speed.................................................. Upload: 140.27 Mbit/s Share results: https://www.speedtest.net/result/6615237958.png
I saw the same tutorial here but I think this is more better because of this script has more options you can see it by executing this command./st.py --help
If you’re a lazy guy you can done all this using one command
If you’re using Ubuntu or Debian then try this commandsudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade && sudo apt-get install python && wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/systemroot/raws-dev/master/usr/local/raws/ubuntu/st.py && chmod +x st.py
Or if you’re using CentOS then try thissudo yum update && sudo yum upgrade && sudo yum install python && wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/systemroot/raws-dev/master/usr/local/raws/ubuntu/st.py && chmod +x st.py
Then use this command to start testing./st.py --secure --share
So that was our tutorial for today, I hope you liked it. Don’t forget to share your speedtest results with us Goodbye.
@mobiletechguy Have patience, the delay is from two weeks+ so bare with us.
I currently run Ubuntu, but it all depends on what you like on your VPS. All Linux OSs will work well on the VPS!
Still Iam waiting for vps approval .
When my account will be approved ?
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