Help installing youtrack on a hostedd Linux (VPS) web-server

We have been using youtrack (standalone, 25 user license) on a self-configured Ubuntu machine.

Now its time for us to migrate to a web-server , so our distributed team can access it.

I am looking for some help on installing it on a hosted VPS server (from a hosting provider)
The VPS does not provide tomcat installation.
It has Apache ver 2.2.11
MySQL 5.0.95
Perl ver: 5.8.8

I do have shell access on this host... but I have no experience installing java, tomcat, port forwarding etc. on a hosted account.

Looking for guidance or help.
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Hello!
1. You need to have Java JDK 1.5 and higher (it's better to use Sun JDK).
If VPS server doesn't have it, please, download it from oracle.com
2. Upload your old YouTrack database to VPS server.
3. Download new youtrack.jar
4. Start YouTrack, using command:
java -Xmx1024m -Djava.awt.headless=true -Duser.home=%path_to_uploaded_DB% -jar youtrack-xx.jar <port>

Here is details: http://confluence.jetbrains.com/display/YTD4/Linux.+JAR+in+Apache+Web+Server

Or you can try alternative method:
http://confluence.jetbrains.com/display/YTD4/Linux.+YouTrack+JAR+as+a+Service.+Alternative+Method
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