Tutorial: Haasonline Trade Server running on VPS

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Tutorial: Haasonline Trade Server running on VPS

Postby henriquerzo » Tue Jan 23, 2018 1:17 am

Hello guys!

I had a hard time to config and run my HTS on a virtual private server so I decided to make a guide on how to do it.

First you need to create your VPS. I used Digital Ocean which is easier to manage than Amazon.

1. Create your Digital Ocean account here https://m.do.co/c/dc50841e6701

2. Create a droplet machine. Ideally Ubuntu 16.04.3 and the 4th option config:
    4 vCPUs | 8 GB RAM | 160 GB SSD

3. Choose a datacenter region. Prefer one that is close to the exchanges you pretend to use

4. Set an username and password or add your public ssh key.

5. Create the droplet

Now if you are on windows you need to download a linux like terminal software. I did choose Cmder (http://cmder.net/).

1. Download HTS and extract it

2. On Cmder go to the extracted folder using cd

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cd /AllPlatforms

3. Do an scp command to send the HTS ubuntu source code to your VPS

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scp linux32.tar.gz [email protected]<YOUR.DROPLET.IP>:/root/

Lets log on your VPS and configure it

1. ssh to your vps

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ssh [email protected]<YOUR.DROPLET.IP>

2. Configure the VPS server time to your locale and synchronize it (to check your locale enter timedatectl list-timezones)

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sudo timedatectl set-timezone <YOUR/LOCALE>
sudo timedatectl set-ntp no
sudo apt-get install ntp

3. We need to install mono .net framework

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sudo apt-key adv --keyserver hkp://keyserver.ubuntu.com:80 --recv-keys 3FA7E0328081BFF6A14DA29AA6A19B38D3D831EF

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echo "deb http://download.mono-project.com/repo/ubuntu xenial main" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/mono-official.list

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sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install mono-complete

Finally lets install HTS

1. Create a file named haas, move the .gz to it

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mkdir haas
mv linux32.tar.gz haas/

2. Go to the file and extract the .gz

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cd haas
tar -zxvf linux32.tar.gz

3. Run the beta updater and haasbot

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sudo ./BetaUpdate.sh
sudo ./Haasbot.sh

4. Edit the settings to match your machine

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sudo nano ../HTS/Settings/MainSettings.XML

4.1. Set <OpenInterfaceOnStartup> to false and <HostingAdres> to your droplet IP (the same one you used to ssh into your VPS)
4.2. Then press Ctrl + X to exit, Y to save and press enter to confirm

5. Open HTS ports

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sudo ufw allow 8090
sudo ufw allow 8092

6. Close all mono processes and restart HTS

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sudo killall mono
sudo rm /tmp/HTS.exe.lock
sudo ./Haasbot.sh


Now you can log in your HTS from any web browser using YOUR.DROPLET.IP:8090

I strongly recommend you to set two factor authentication since anyone can sniff your packets to discover your password.

Hope you like the guide and if you have any questions or suggestions let me know.


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