Moving my scripts over to Github

A mini news flash here, I’ve created a Github account that will be hosting all my scripts.

The first to be moved over is my automated PPTP setup script, now called ezpptp.

The LNMP (Nginx, PHP, MySQL) script has been depreciated in favor of Xeoncross’s lowendscript that I’ve contributed some patches to.

My OpenVPN setup script will soon be joining the other bunch in the near future.

Hopefully with the scripts now being hosted on Github, I’ll see some patches and commits to make them even better 😀

PPTP Debian/Ubuntu OpenVZ Setup Script

What is PPTP?

PPTP is short for Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol, a technology for creating Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) quickly. Support is built-in to many operating systems natively, without needing an additional client, unlike OpenVPN.

What does this script do?

This script will automatically PPTP/PoPToP on your OpenVZ VPS in a few of minutes. Port forwarding, server configuration, and authentication setup is all taken care of for you.

What if I want to do it myself?

A manual installation guide is available here for those of you who want to get down and dirty:

How do I install it?

1. Enable PPP and make sure that your VPS has its PPP module working.

Enable PPP in SolusVM

To check, run the following command:

cat /dev/ppp

If your VPS returns this message, then your PPP module is set correctly:

cat: /dev/ppp: No such device or address

If not, then you need to enable it in SolusVM (or disable and re-enable it).

2. Copy and paste these lines into your SSH client of choice:

chmod +x && ./

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PPTP VPN Setup Guide for a Debian OpenVZ VPS

This guide is intended for those who want to set up a PPTP VPN on OpenVZ with Debian or Ubuntu on a capable provider such as Lots of time has been spent through trial and error trying to figure it out. Insight and portions of this guide have been taken from

An new automated script is now available! Check it out!

To verify PPP is working, run:

cat /dev/ppp

It should return this:

cat: /dev/ppp: No such device or address

Server Setup:

1. Install the pptp server package:

apt-get install pptpd

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