How to use Linode Images | Learn how to Create, Upload, and Deploy Custom Images on Linode
Linode Images allow you to take snapshots of your disks, and then deploy them to any Linode under your account. Custom images can also be uploaded into the Cloud Manager to quickly and easily apply it to new or existing workloads.
1:24 What We’ll Be Covering
2:50 Create a Linode
5:10 Install emacs
6:15 Create a Image
7:06 Create a Linode from an Image
8:36 Testing if emacs is Installed
9:16 Uploading Your Own Images
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