Hosting Your Bot for Free: A Step-by-Step Guide

Host Telegram Bots for Free on Mogenius: Step-by-Step Guide to Set Up Your File Sharing Bot
Host Telegram Bots for Free on Mogenius: Step-by-Step Guide to Set Up Your File Sharing Bot

Introduction:
Welcome to GreyMatter’s Tech Blog! our channel dedicated to providing useful tutorials and guides. In this post, we will discuss how you can host your bot for free. If you haven’t already watched our previous video on signing up and exploring the hosting options on our website, be sure to check it out. Let’s dive into the process of hosting your bot.

IMPORTANT LINKS :-
Note – Don’t forgot to watch complete video for Pro-Tip regarding Bandwidth/Data.

○ Mogenius Repo – https://github.com/Greymattersbot/Mogenius
Credits – https://github.com/ITZ-ZAID

 File Store Bot Repo – https://github.com/Greymattersbot/File-Sharing-Bot
Credits – https://github.com/CodeXBotz

Setting Up and Hosting Your Bot:
To begin, open your browser and navigate to the Getup website. If you don’t have a Getup account, you can easily create one by following the instructions available on YouTube or other platforms. Once you have your account, access Getup.com.

Next, enter the link to your bot’s repository and choose a name for your new representative. You can make your bot private for added security. Click on the import button to proceed.

In the video, the host demonstrates the process of cloning a repository and making it private. By following the steps provided, you can set up your bot and ensure its confidentiality.

Configuring Your Bot:
After the initial setup, it’s time to configure your bot. Open the repository and locate the app.py file. In this file, you will find various variables that need to be filled in.

The video showcases the process of filling in variables such as the Telegram bot token, API ID, API hash, channel ID, owner ID, database URL, and more. The host explains each step in detail, making it easy for you to follow along.

Customizing Your Bot:
Once the initial configuration is complete, you have the option to customize your bot further. The video mentions features like protecting content, sending files from your file store channel, and providing captions. These additional functionalities can enhance the user experience of your bot.

Accessing Private Repositories:
If you have private repositories that need to be accessed, you will require an access token from Getup. The video shows how to generate an access token and add it to the deployment process. By following the demonstrated steps, you can seamlessly access your private repositories.


Deploying Your Bot:
To deploy your bot, you need to modify the profile file within the repository. By adding the appropriate command, you ensure that your bot starts running smoothly. The video explains how to locate and edit the profile file effectively.

Conclusion:
Hosting your bot for free is a simple and straightforward process. By leveraging the Getup platform, you can deploy your bot and enjoy its functionality without any hassle. Remember to follow the steps carefully, ensuring all variables are correctly filled in. With these instructions and a little customization, you’ll have your bot up and running in no time.

Disclaimer: Remember not to abuse the hosting service and to respect the terms and conditions of the platform. Additionally, stay updated with alternative hosting options for future reference.

Remember to check the video for visual references and additional tips.

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