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by Justin Ellingwood
LOL, you could always do this. Just have to be smart enough to get an SSH client or use a OS that can do it from the command line.
You can use any 3rd party client to SSH directly to your droplet using the IP and root password that was emailed to you.
If you are using Mac OSX just open up a terminal window and ssh to the droplet.
If you are using windows you can download the free Putty client.
Total bullshit! To turnoff the droplet you need to connect it from SSH, but still to make it working pain in the ass. The most funny thing is that support can't even help you with simple things! Total sucks on support! If you don't have reliable Control Panel on web, why you don't want to WANR before registration that you have to be FUCKING SERVER ADMINISTRATOR to make simple operations?
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