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Comparing other hosting provider give you an overview which is the best quality and price. This give me freedom of choose so to press forward using the a2hosting for my vps hosting. The support are excellent and quality server hardware systems. Use the LUCK34 to get 34% discount first entry upon purchasing the services. Good luck! in your search query in vps hosting providers. Use the 1G Ram in your vps to use the zpanel if you are using 512mb it will not functional properly.


Application Servers

  • LAMP Stack – CentOS, Debian, Fedora, Slackware, Gentoo & Ubuntu
  • LAMP – Zend Server 6 – CentOS
  • LAPP Stack – CentOS, Debian, Fedora, Ubuntu & Gentoo
  • LAPP9 Stack (PostgreSQL9) – CentOS, Debian, Fedora, Ubuntu & Gentoo
  • MongoDB – CentOS, Debian, Fedora & Ubuntu
  • Tomcat – CentOS, Debian, Fedora & Ubuntu 10.04
  • Zope w/ Plone – Ubuntu 11.04 and above
  • Zend Server Free – CentOS
  • nginx – CentOS, Fedora & Ubuntu
  • Railo – CentOS 5 & 6
  • CouchDB – CentOS 5
  • Rails 3 – CentOS 5 & 6
  • ownCloud – CentOS, Fedora, Debian & Ubuntu
  • MariaDB – CentOS, Fedora, Debian & Ubuntu

Frameworks

  • Django – CentOS, Debian, Fedora & Ubuntu
  • Node.js – CentOS & Fedora
  • Grails – CentOS
  • Pylons – CentOS & Fedora
  • TurboGears – CentOS

Version Control

  • SVN – CentOS, Fedora, Debian & Ubuntu
  • Git – CentOS, Debian, Fedora & Ubuntu
  • Mercurial – CentOS, Fedora, Debian & Ubuntu

Bug Tracking

  • Mantis – CentOS & Fedora
  • Redmine – Ubuntu, CentOS & Fedora
  • Trac – CentOS & Fedora

Control Panel

  • ISPConfig – CentOS
  • Ajenti – Ubuntu, CentOS & Debian
  • ZPanel – CentOS

CMS/CRM

  • WordPress – CentOS & Fedora
  • Drupal – CentOS & Fedora
  • Joomla – CentOS & Fedora
  • Elgg – CentOS & Fedora
  • Zurmo – CentOS & Fedora
  • Ghost – CentOS & Ubuntu

Miscellaneous

  • OpenVPN – CentOS
  • Asterisk – CentOS 6
  • PrestaShop – Centos, Fedora, Debian & Ubuntu

 

 

This is basic steps to use the a2hosting using drupal application; Follow the steps and it will give you the results. For more links go to references at the bottom.

To install Drupal, follow these steps:

  1. Use SSH to log in to your system as the root user.
    To use the A2 QuickInstaller, you must log in as the root user using SSH. You cannot use the serial console in the VPS Control Panel to run the A2 QuickInstaller.
  2. To start the A2 QuickInstaller, type the following command, and then press ENTER:
    sh /usr/sbin/quickinstaller.sh
  3. Under Application Installers, type the option number for CMS/CRM, and then press ENTER.
  4. On the CMS/CRM Menu, type the option number for Drupal, and then press ENTER. The A2 QuickInstaller updates your server, and then begins the installation process.
    The installation process takes some time to complete. Do not interrupt the installation process.
  5. At the Please enter Drupal Database Name prompt, type a name for the Drupal MySQL database, and then press ENTER.
  6. At the Please enter Drupal Database User prompt, type a username for the DrupalMySQL database, and then press ENTER.
  7. At the Please enter Drupal Database Password prompt, type a password for the Drupal MySQL database user, and then press ENTER.
  8. When installation is complete, the A2 QuickInstaller provides configuration information about the Drupal installation.

Testing and configuring the Drupal installation

To test and configure the Drupal installation, follow these steps:

  1. Use your web browser to go to the following URL, where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx represents your server’s IP address:
    http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/drupal
    The Drupal setup page appears.
  2. Under Choose language, click Install Drupal in English. The Database configuration page appears.
  3. In the Database name text box, type the database name that you provided in the previous procedure.
  4. In the Database username text box, type the database username that you provided in the previous procedure.
  5. In the Database password text box, type the database password that you provided in the previous procedure.
  6. Click Save and continue. The Configure site page appears.
  7. Under Site information, in the Site name text box, type the name that you want for the site.
  8. In the Site e-mail address text box, specify an e-mail address that Drupal uses to send notifications and automated e-mail messages.
  9. Under Administrator account, in the Username text box, type a username for the administrator account.
  10. In the E-mail address text box, specify an e-mail address.
  11. In the Password and Confirm password text boxes, type the administrator account password.
  12. Under Server settings, select the default time zone for the site.
  13. To improve your site’s security, make sure that the Check for updates automaticallycheck box is selected.
  14. Click Save and continue. The Drupal installation complete page appears.

 

References: 

http://www.a2hosting.com/vps-hosting

http://www.a2hosting.com/kb/getting-started-guide/vps-quick-start-guide#A2-QuickInstaller

 http://www.hostwinds.com/dedicated.php

http://www.a2hosting.com/kb/a2-hosting-products/quickinstaller/cms-crm-systems

 http://www.a2hosting.com/kb/a2-hosting-products/quickinstaller/cms-crm-systems/drupal

https://drupal.org/documentation

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