How to run CPPS (Club Penguin Private Server) on droplet?

Posted November 29, 2016 12.1k views
Server OptimizationDigitalOceanUbuntu 16.04

How would I get a working Club Penguin Private Server installed on my droplet? I cant find anything specific to digitalocean, can someone help me?

I currently have a 512 mb droplet running Ubuntu 16.04 but I can change the software to something else.

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I am no longer going to do a CPPS and have removed the droplet for certain reasons…

I’ve done a bit of searching around and was not able to find a guide for running CPPS on Linux but it may be possible as it appears to mostly rely on SWF (Flash) and a XAMP(apache, mysql,php) server. This guide provides some good steps but they’d need to be adapted for Linux. You’d likely want to start off with our LAMP image (or install a LAMP stack on your existing Ubuntu 16.04 server, the image just saves this step) and try from there.

  • I was eventually able to get it setup on the server and was able to register a account but then when I went to load.swf it was completely blank, I had run the commands to get the servers started but it dident work. So, I tried it with a xampp server on my computer with the same versions, and set it up the exact same way, and it worked fine! The only thing I could think that would cause this maybe is digitalocean blocking the ports where the server is hosted? Ports 6113 and 6114, I will also attach a link to the software that I used for the CPPS and what it said on there, but it is just weird that it will not work on digitalocean but will work on my own computer… Can someone help me with this or suggest some ports for the servers?

    Load.swf is the main file that lets you play the game

    What I used:

    Where it is hosted (digitalocean):