Setting up a VPS

Posted April 22, 2014 8.2k views
I created a droplet which then created my server. Great! But I'm not good with the control access thing they give you. Is there a way to connect to it, such as Remote Desktop Access or Teamviewer? Regards.

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I seem to have set up the GUI for it using TigerVNC, however I can't get the browser to work. Do I need to install one? If so, how?
I would recommend just becoming familiar with the command line. In the end, you are going to need to use it anyways.
I've set up quite a lot in the past hour and I've manage to set up the GUI using the commands line. Maybe it is easier learning the command line. Thanks!
See here for more info about ssh
by Etel Sverdlov
SSH keys provide a more secure way of logging into a virtual private server with SSH than using a password alone. With SSH keys, users can log into a server without a password. This tutorial explains how to generate, use, and upload an SSH Key Pair.
I don't want to set up SSH Keys. I've done this anyway!

Allowing all my local ip 10.6; 10.7; 10.62; 10.63 to access my connection? Only ip starting at 10.8, 10.9, 10.65, 10.128, 10.129 connect, I allow her access to any local IP

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