This tutorial teaches how to install a default LinuxOS(debian 10) on Rapid.Space
You will have a VPS installed Debian 10 at the end of the tutorial.
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By default, the interface of your VPS should be a Debian GNU/Linux installer menu. Here we demonstrate the no-graphical installation. Use the arrow keys to move the cursor, and use the Enter key to confirm the selection: Install.
Configure the keyboard.
Please select ens3.
It requires you to re-enter password to verify in the next step.
It requires you to setup the user account and password in the next steps.
You can use entire disk and select disk: Virtual disk 1 (vda) at the next page.
After you have selected disk: Virtual disk 1 (vda) at the previous page. You can select All files in one partition, which is recommended for new users.
Finish partitioning and write changes to disk.
Confirm the changes.
Don't need to scan another CD or DVD
Select a nearby country and a Debian archive mirror in the next step, which you can use the default option.
For HTTP proxy information, you can leave it blank for none if you don need to use a HTTP proxy.
Please select SSH server and other necessary software for you.
Confirm that install the GRUB boot loader to the master boot record.
Once you complete the installation; your VPS will reboot and enter to a login interface. You can input the login account and password as you set to login your VPS.