How To Host Telegram Bot on Digital Ocean

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How to host telegram Marie bot on Digital Ocean with Unlimited Filters by hosting a Postgres server ourselves

* No Dyno Issus 
* Unlimited Filter 
* Better Speed 
* Less response time 
Your BOT will be up and running as long as you pay for VPS 😋

1. Lets create a Digital Ocean Account first!

Digital Ocean:

Enter required details and signup with Digital Ocean!

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2. Making an instance in Digital Ocean

Creating a SSH key

Download PuTTY ;

Create a new SSH Public key and copy paste it in Instance config page.

Save it as our Private key.

Deploy instance.

3. Connecting to the instance!

- Connecting to instance with our ssh key

        hostname : root@IPV4address

- You'll be logged in as a root user!

- Create a new user with sudo privileges ( cause it's better that way)

        sudo adduser <newusername>

Enter a new username and password (typed password will be invisible) and press enter for all other values to leave it to default

        sudo usermod -aG sudo <newusername>

        su - newusername

- Now whenever you login to your instance, change to your user by;

        su - newusername

4. Setting up your repository

Configure Marie Bot Repo;

Clone the source code of Marie

Source Code :

Create file from

        Bot Token : from Bot Father

       Owner ID : from Rose ( /id )

        Owner username : Any name

Database Uri : Install postgres server in our Instance and get

5. Install and setup a Postgres Server

Connect to your instance, then run;

        sudo apt-get update

        sudo apt-get install postgresql postgresql-contrib

Give sudo permission to user

        sudo usermod -aG sudo postgres

Set a new password

        sudo passwd postgres

password will be invisible, dont worry!

Login to postgres

        su - postgres

Create new user for psql

        createuser --interactive --pwprompt

        # enter a name for user

        # enter a password for user

        # give superuser power

you can give any name and password!!

Create a database and assign user

        createdb -O <username> <newdbname>

Allow remote access

        nano /etc/postgresql/12/main/postgresql.conf

Uncomment, and change the value 

        #listen_addresses = 'localhost' 
         listen_addresses = '*'

this will allow Postgres connections from anyone.

USE CTRL + O and press enter to save the file and CTRL + X to exit the editor

Allow Connections from everyone

        nano /etc/postgresql/12/main/pg_hba.conf

Modify this section;

        # IPv4 local connections:

        host all all md5
        # IPv4 local connections: 
        host all all md5

this will allow anyone to connect to your DB using the username and password!

USE CTRL + O and press enter to save the file and CTRL + X to exit the editor 

Allow port 5432

            sudo ufw allow 5432/tcp

Restart postgres to apply changes

        sudo systemctl restart postgresql

Now, your DB URL will be;


6. Hosting Marie REPO

Connect to your instance using putty

connect again using putty or;

Press CTRL + A + D to go back to your user from our current screen

Using screens is a better way to run your programs.

        screen -S marie

This will open a new screen inside our main terminal.

Clone your source code to your instance

        git clone your_repo_url

Enter your github username and password and hit enter!

Change your current dirrectory

        cd reponame

Install required dependencies.

        sudo apt install python3-pip

        pip3 install -r requirements.txt

Start your BOT !

        python3 -m tg_bot

Your BOT is ready to use :)

Now your bot is ready with nearly Unlimited Filters....

:) thank you

Some Usefull commands;

> To detach from current screen
Ctrl + a + d ( hold Ctrl and press a and d sequentially )

> To see all active screens
screen -ls

> To attach to a screen
screen -r number

>To detach from a screen
screen -d number

>To logout from terminal with BOT running in screen
Ctrl + a + d

Credit: @PrGofficial
Documented by: @PrGofficial

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