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Full Linode support in libcloud

Sep 14, 2009 by The Linode Security Team
Many of you have requested it, and it is my privilege to announce full libcloud support for the Linode API! libcloud is a standardization effort undertaken by the founders of Cloudkick to cope with standardizing cloud providers’ APIs. It has been my honor to work with Alex Polvi and libcloud’s contributors on integrating the Linode […]
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Presenting the Linode Library

Jul 30, 2009 by The Linode Security Team
We’re pleased to announce the formal launch of the Linode Library, a new resource aimed at helping beginners and experienced admins alike find answers to common Linux questions. Focusing on common use cases like getting started or installing a LAMP server, our goal is to provide end-to-end solutions from the first Linode Manager log in […]
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Linode Safe Harbor Certification

Jul 14, 2009 by The Linode Security Team
On June 19, 2009 we finalized the self-certification process and Department of Commerce registration for the U.S./EU Safe Harbor program. Essentially, this program is designed to provide a high level of assurance that U.S.-based organizations meet EU standards for strong privacy protection and the proper handling of personal information. Our commitment to transparency and responsibility […]
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Ubuntu 9.04 (Jaunty Jackalope)

Apr 23, 2009 by The Linode Security Team
We’ve cooked up Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty templates fresh from the folks over at the Ubuntu project.  Available now from the Distribution Wizard for both i386 and x86_64.  Enjoy!
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Gentoo 2008.0 x86_64 and Slackware 12.2

Apr 4, 2009 by The Linode Security Team
Tonight we release two new images for the distro wizard: Gentoo 2008.0 x86_64 This is the same build as the x86 image, but for 64-bit Slackware 12.2 Basically the same as the 12.0 build with updated packages Enjoy them!
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Gentoo 2008.0

Mar 20, 2009 by The Linode Security Team
Gentoo 2008.0 is now available for installation via the distro wizard for i386. Enjoy!
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Debian 5.0 (Lenny)

Feb 20, 2009 by The Linode Security Team
Debian 5.0 (codenamed “Lenny”) is now available for installation via the distro wizard for both i386 and x86_64. If you’ve got a previous version of Debian installed, you can check the Debian documentation to find out how to upgrade.
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Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron

Apr 24, 2008 by The Linode Security Team
Ubuntu version 8.04 Hardy Heron is now available for installation via the distro wizard. Existing installs can, of course, upgrade.
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Private Back-End Network Support

Mar 14, 2008 by The Linode Security Team
We’ve created a private Local Area Network (LAN), in each datacenter, upon which Linodes can join, without having to worry about the transfer counting against their monthly network quota. This feature allows for some interesting possibilities. For instance, creating sets of front-end webserver Linodes and back-end database server Linodes which communicate over this private network. […]
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Alert Notifications

Jan 29, 2008 by The Linode Security Team
Alert Notifications You can now get notified via email when your Linode crosses a specific threshold, for several statistics. Alerts are checked once per hour. Currently, the available parameters are: CPU usage (two hour average) Disk IO-ops/sec (two hour average) Network traffic rate in (two hour average) Network traffic rate out (two hour average) Monthly […]
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Lots of Great Stuff

Dec 6, 2007 by The Linode Security Team
I’ve been busy lately and have got some great new stuff for you: [b]Ajax Job Queue Updates[/b] – If you’ve got JavaScript enabled, your browser will check for changes in job progress more frequently, updating the job queue when there are changes. When a job finishes, the other elements on the page are updated as […]
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pastebin.linode.com

Nov 16, 2007 by The Linode Security Team
Linode now has a [url=http://pastebin.com/]Pastebin[/url] site using the software developed by [url=http://blog.dixo.net/]Paul Dixon[/url]. [quote] [The] pastebin is here to help you collaborate on debugging code snippets. If you’re not familiar with the idea, most people use it like this: * submit a code fragment to pastebin, getting a url like http://p.linode.com/1234 * paste the url […]
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