➡ Updated to latest emerge sync (ssh, glibc, etc)
➡ Reduced minimum size from 780M to 730M
➡ General cleanups
Today marks an eventful day in the Linux world with the release of Ubuntu 20.04, the next LTS (long-term support) version of one of the most popular distributions. As with Ubuntu 18.04 two years ago, we are expecting that this will become our most widely-deployed image, which is already available to all Linode customers.
This guide will provide you with an explanation of what Linux permissions are, how they work, and how to manage them.
Sign up for the “In the Node” Newsletter Today we are pleased to offer Fedora Server 24 for deployment on your Linode. The Fedora Project aims to provide the latest stable packages and approximately 13 months of support. What’s New? Fedora Server 24 installs lighter than previous versions due to the Fedora Project removing some […]
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