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How do I install SolusVM on my dedicated server?

Art. Nr: 127  |  Rating: 4/5 from 721 votes  |  Last Updated: Fri, May 18, 2012

The overall installation process for SolusVM is quite straightforward. The process is straightforward due to SolusVM having an auto-installer that will quickly guide you through the entire installation process, regardless of your virtualization type. Please follow the step-by-step directions outlined below:

  • Login to your dedicated server via SSH
  • Next, run the following command within Linux:

    wget &&
    chmod 755 install &&

  • Then, please follow the steps outlined within the installer

If you have any further questions pertaining to your SolusVM license, please feel free to get in contact with our web hosting support team for additional assistance.

SolusVM is only available for CentOS based servers. So first requirement is to fresh reinstall the server with CentOS 5 or 6.

Posted by Yuri - Mon, Jul 30th, 2012

SolusVM is easy to install and they have a new v3 installer which is asking yo for almost everything like OpenVZ, Xen, CentOS 5 or 6 etc.

Posted by Petra - Fri, Jul 27th, 2012

We are using SolusVM beta installer and it is working perfect so far for installing OpenVZ and Xen nodes on CentOS6.

Posted by V3blaster - Thu, Jul 19th, 2012

SolusVM they have a new Beta installer which seems installing it better and more clear to your server.

Posted by Ursula - Fri, Jul 6th, 2012

The proper partitioning is needed if you need to install OpenVZ or Xen on the Linux server.

Posted by TravisP. - Tue, Jun 19th, 2012

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