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   * Log into the VPS manager with the logins where sent to you via email after you placed your order:\\ [[https://​manager.provps.com/​|https://​manager.provps.com]] ​   * Log into the VPS manager with the logins where sent to you via email after you placed your order:\\ [[https://​manager.provps.com/​|https://​manager.provps.com]] ​
  
-  * Go to the **VPS Wizard** and deploy the CentOS 5 Linux distribution (recommended for cPanel installations). The name of the VPS profile is for your reference only and does not have any implications on the VPS itself. The default options for disk space usage and swap space are fine for general installations but can be customized to suit your preferences. The root password is what you will use to log into root SSH as well as the WHM. +  * Go to the **VPS Wizard** and deploy the CentOS 5 Linux distribution (recommended for cPanel installations) ​or a distribution of your choosing. The name of the VPS profile is for your reference only and does not have any implications on the VPS itself. The default options for disk space usage and swap space are fine for general installations but can be customized to suit your preferences. The root password is what you will use to log into root SSH as well as the WHM. 
   * Once done tweaking the settings, click the //Create// button. You will be taken to a Job Queue page that will show the progress of your VPS deployment. Once the final job in the queue is marked as Completed, the deploy is done.    * Once done tweaking the settings, click the //Create// button. You will be taken to a Job Queue page that will show the progress of your VPS deployment. Once the final job in the queue is marked as Completed, the deploy is done.