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LKE Now Supporting Kubernetes v1.21.1

Linode adds support for Kubernetes v1.21.1 to ensure users have the most up-to-date, stable version within the Linode Kubernetes Engine.

Gentoo Linux 1.4 distro available

Aug 22, 2003 by Christopher Aker
Gentoo Linux 1.4, available through the Distro Wizard. I “emerged” a Gentoo Linux 1.4 filesystem from stage 3, compiled and optimized for >= Pentium4 (Xeon). I will admit, it might be a little rough around the edges. Feedback would be appreciated. Gentoo Site: http://www.gentoo.org/ Enjoy! -Chris
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Double Disk Space now Standard on all Packages

Aug 21, 2003 by Christopher Aker
[b]Double Disk Space now Standard on all Packages[/b] Standard plans now include: Linode 64 w/ 2048 MB (2 GB) Linode 128w/ 4096 MB (4 GB) Linode 192 w/ 6144 MB (6 GB) Linode 256 w/ 8192 MB (8 GB) Check the [url=http://www.linode.com/products/linodes.cfm]products[/url] page for more information. [b]Retro-active to all Existing Customers NOW[/b] Existing customers should […]
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Looking for a few Control Panel beta-testers

Aug 16, 2003 by Christopher Aker
I’m looking for about 5 existing members who are willing to test out a new control panel system that I’ve been preparing as an offering from Linode.com. It’s called DirectAdmin [b]DirectAdmin[/b] http://www.directadmin.com/. Not to turn this into a marketing blurb or anything, but — this thing is really nice! It’s fast and has a great […]
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Resize Disk Images

Aug 12, 2003 by Christopher Aker
Linode.com Version 1.0.45 – Resize Disk Image (also resizes ext2/3 filesystems automagically). Members Section –> Disk Images –> select a disk image. You can resize from there. A few notes… This will resize a disk image of ANY type (including RAW, swap, ext2, ext3), but it will only “expand” the filesystem if it’s labled as […]
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Recent Updates

Jul 8, 2003 by Christopher Aker
I made some modifications to the Distro Wizard. It now calculates and sets the default image size to (freespace-swap) rather than defaulting to 100 MB. This should help reduce the number of mis-deployments. I also added the minimum size to the drop-down box, so you don’t have to go fetch the dists page. We launched […]
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Annual-Payments Special – Free Disk Space!

Jul 7, 2003 by Christopher Aker
Sign-up for a Linode and pay annually and we’ll give you additional disk space- FREE! Pay annually and get the following disk space added at no charge: Linode 360 – additional 5 GB for 15 GB Total Linode 540 – additional 7.5 GB for 22.5 GB Total Linode 720 – additional 10 GB for 30 […]
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Red Hat 9.0 Updates – update script

Jul 7, 2003 by Christopher Aker
Updates for Red Hat 9.0 Distros. The Red Hat 9.0 Small distro is now only 670 MB minimum size. If you’ve already deployed Red Hat 9.0 small or large, run the following commands to bring yours up to date: [code] # Remove some wasted space (About 60 megs or so) rpm -e wireless-tools telnet-server hwcrypto […]
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Single User Mode

Jun 28, 2003 by Christopher Aker
I’ve added a feature for booting into single user mode. Single user mode boots the system only into, you guess it, single user mode. Its useful for running fsck or repairs on disks, or trying to recover a broken system. The “single user mode” option can be set for each Configuration Profile. You could even […]
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New Linode 64 Host Server

Jun 28, 2003 by Christopher Aker
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
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Adding another hard drive to your Linode

Jun 28, 2003 by Christopher Aker
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: […]
Storage

Additional IP addresses

Jun 26, 2003 by Christopher Aker
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