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DDoS: An Additional Layer of Security from Linode

With Linode DDoS, your servers and applications are shielded from unforeseen downtime and latency caused by distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks.
Jun 28, 2003

New Linode 64 Host Server

I’ve opened up some slots on a new server for Linode 64s that came online this evening. It’s a nice machine – dual 2.66 Ghz Xeons, 3GB RAM. It also has an upgraded host kernel and upgraded network filtering. Enjoy! -Chris

Linode
Jun 28, 2003

Adding another hard drive to your Linode

Create a disk image, formatted to ext3 (or whatever) Go into your config profile Find an empty /dev/ubd* device – probably /dev/ubdc if you’ve got a root and a swap already. Select your new drive label from the drop-down. Save the config Reboot your linode Now, inside the Linode, you can mount it like so: […]

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Jun 26, 2003

Additional IP addresses

If you purchase additional IP addresses for your Linode, you must reboot your machine before the IP addresses will function correctly. Also, remember that the first IP address is used when your DHCP client requests network info. This can cause problems if your IP was 64.5.53.20 and now you’ve added 64.5.53.100 because when sorted, the […]

Networking
Jun 24, 2003

Fix for sendmail for Red Hat 9.0 (small) Distro

The Red Hat 9.0 (Small) distro has been updated to contain a fix for sm-client, part of sendmail, failing to start. If you’re using the RH9 small distro and see this when starting sendmail: Starting sendmail: [ OK ] Starting sm-client: No local mailer defined QueueDirectory (Q) option must be set or this in your […]

Linux
Jun 16, 2003

Linode.com Grand Opening Special

Welcome to Linode.com. Linode.com has been in development for over 7 months. We’re proud to announce that we’re taking orders as of today, June 16th, 2003. If you have any questions or comments, please post them in the “Pre-sales Questions and Answers” or email [email protected] -Chris

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