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You can upgrade to the next VPS plan (e.g. VPS10 to VPS15). Pricing for these plans can be found under the Other Products > VPS section of the Freeparking website. If your requirements are larger than the VPS60 plan then you may wish to consider upgra...
By default your VPS comes with a blank Linux OS. cPanel needs more disk space than is available on a VPS. If you specifically require cPanel we suggest you look at a Virtual Dedicated Server or add the Managed VPS option which does allow cPanel as an ...
Management of your VPS is done via SSH normally. We also have a VPS management system at http://myvps.freeparking.co.nz [http://myvps.freeparking.co.nz/] where you can reboot, stop, start, change your password and even re-install your OS.
We have a selection of Linux Operating Systems available for use on VPS's CentOS Debian Fedora Suse Ubuntu You pick one on ordering your VPS, but you can change to a different OS at any point by doing a re-install of your OS via the VPS Management too...