Compute Instances - Guides
Linux virtual machines equipped with a tailored set of resources designed to run any cloud-based workload.
- Get Started with Compute Instances
- Create a Compute Instance
- Setting Up and Securing a Compute Instance
- Monitor and Maintain a Compute Instance
- Resize a Compute Instance
- Access Your System Console Using Lish (Linode Shell)
- Access Your Desktop Environment Using Glish (Linode Graphical Shell)
- Reset Root Password
- Clone a Compute Instance
- Initiate a Cross Data Center Migration
- Configure Email Alerts for Resource Usage on Compute Instances
- Choosing a Linux Distribution
- Packages Included on Linode Distribution Images
- Linode Packages Mirrors for Various Distributions
- Install a Custom Linux Distribution
- Manage Disks and Storage
- Configuration Profiles
- Managing the Kernel
- Copy a Disk Over SSH
- Copying a Disk to a Different Account
- Manage IP Addresses
- Configure rDNS (Reverse DNS)
- Automatically Configure Networking with Network Helper
- Manual Network Configuration
- Configure Failover
- An Overview of IPv6 on Linode
- Recover from Unexpected Shutdowns with Lassie (Shutdown Watchdog)
- Rescue and Rebuild
- Troubleshooting General Issues
- Troubleshooting Connection Issues
- Troubleshooting SSH Issues
- Troubleshooting Memory Issues
- Troubleshooting Firewall Issues
- Troubleshooting Web Servers, Databases, and Other Services
- Installing the NVIDIA CUDA Toolkit: Details on installing the NVIDIA CUDA Toolkit, required to make full use of your GPU instance.
CUDA FAQ: NVIDIA’s FAQ resource for the CUDA platform.
NVIDIA CUDA Installation Guide for Linux: The main installation guide for installing the CUDA Toolkit.
CUDA Samples: Code samples demonstrating features found within the CUDA Toolkit.
CUDA C++ Best Practices Guide: Discusses the best practices that developers can implement to get the most out of GPU instances.
CUDA C++ Programming Guide: Provides details on how to develop programs that target GPUs.
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