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How do I install OpenFire on a VPS using Plesk and Virtuozzo ?

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Hi,

I have a Professional VPS from Webhosting Singapore - http://www.webhosting.com.sg/webhosting/vps.htm

I am complete newbie and want to install Openfire on my plesk/virtuozo panel using whatever rights I have. I do have root access and SSH. Can someone please help and give a detailed step by step instruction on how to install it ? You can look up the rights which I have in the VPS from the above mentioned link and guide accordingly.

Thanks,
Varun Juneja
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Come on guys, cant anyone help me out ?
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Just follow the tutorial and you have to make sure that the ports are open
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