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I’ll install Linux on one of my virtual private servers now. On this one, we’ll be operating our system via the internet. Though most individuals don’t want to use a computer constantly, I usually do it locally. I’ve previously used PC sticks and netbooks. In essence, you can use a whole computer contained in a USB stick. However, we will be using a custom image on a virtual private server for this installation, which will cost you about $4 or $5 a month. Alright, let’s choose Custom Image. Here’s where I have to give a URL. This is the Advanced Hardware Support (AHS) version of MX Linux. The most widely used Linux distribution is called Mx Linux. You can visit to see that. Let’s duplicate that. It runs on Linux. I’ll use the same for both the version and the description. I may choose Upload now. It will take a few more minutes, it says presently, and the image cannot be used at this time. Actually, Windows has a few drawbacks when it comes to trading, thus I would rather use Linux. One of those drawbacks is that a Linux system will not experience Windows’ decision to install updates, which causes the entire system to shut down and reboot.

Updates can be installed at any time, without the need to restart the computer, as long as it is operating. One other benefit of Linux is its ability to create a system backup and reinstall it on entirely different hardware. If you wish to scale up your trading system to a trading server farm, you might consider making multiple copies of your server or taking your Linux system with you. Alright, the download notification has vanished, and we can now install our server using this image. Now let’s select Install. This notice alerts us to the impending deletion of everything from the server. When we click on Install, it indicates that the restart procedure was carried out. It may take up to five minutes to get access to my server. This is the screen I got after installing. Let’s press Enter now. Currently, the Linux image is booting. It appears to be in good condition, so we launch the installer. Since I’m from Germany, I’m going to switch the keyboard settings to German. Let’s hit apply and bring that to the top. Making a disk layout selection is the next part.

I’m going to overwrite it entirely. That merely requires a short while. The server name will be crowdcompany5 for this one. The default settings for the rest are okay. I would like to relocate to Germany, which is in Europe. Berlin is the time zone. Now let’s go on. We now need to supply the user’s username, password, and root password. I want to store the live desktop modifications and I want auto login. Let’s click “next” now. We should see the completion of the installation process in a matter of seconds. It’s now installing grub, and that’s it. The system will restart automatically when I hit Finish. That concludes the MX Linux virtual private server installation process. The read me description has a link to the solution I’m using. Thus, be sure to read the descriptions that are provided beneath the video. I’d want to thank you for watching and I see you in the next video.