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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.

Multiple Account Management

May 30, 2007 by Christopher Aker
[b]Multiple Account Management[/b] You can now have [url=]multiple Linodes[/url] under one account, either by [url=]adding a Linode[/url] to your existing account or, if you already have multiple Linodes you can [url=]merge them together[/url]. [b]Multiple Accounts Features[/b] ➡ Can switch from one Linode to another inside the LPM without logging out/in. ➡ All-in-one billing. All your […]

CentOS 5.0

May 1, 2007 by Linode Security
CentOS 5.0 is now available for installation via the distro-wizard.

Debian 4.0 and Ubuntu 7.04

Apr 26, 2007 by Linode Security
Debian 4.0 Etch and Ubuntu 7.04 Fiesty Fawn are now available for installation via the distro wizard. Existing installs can, of course, be upgraded via apt.

Dallas Upgrades now available!

Apr 24, 2007 by Christopher Aker
[b]Dallas Upgrades now available![/size][/b] We’ve [url=]doubled your resources[/url], and finally have the brand new, faster hardware up and running for you to receive them. To migrate to this new hardware, please utilize the [url=]Migration Queue[/url] tool located here: Come and get em! Enjoy! -Chris

[RFT] MigrationQueue, for host9-host26 Linoders

Mar 15, 2007 by Christopher Aker
I would like for a few of you waiting for the upgrades on hosts 9-26 to test a self-serve migration feature in the LPM before releasing it to the masses. Once you accept (by clicking a button) your Linode will enter a "Migration Queue". The queue limits the number of concurrent migrations of Linodes per […]

Fedora Core 6 (FC6)

Mar 14, 2007 by Christopher Aker
I’ve updated our Fedora distro to FC6. I’m pretty sure this distro requires a 2.6 kernel (which new deployments now default to). Let me know how it goes. Thanks, -Chris

100% Resource Increase!

Mar 1, 2007 by Christopher Aker
The Big Announcement: Double the Resources![/size] [b]100% Resource Increase![/b] As hinted at in various threads, the big announcement is here: We’ve doubled the resources on all our Linode plans! That’s double the RAM, double the disk space, double the transfer, and double the value! 🙂 [b]Standard plans now include:[/b] Linode 128 becomes [b]Linode 256 – […]

[RFC] New Member’s User Interface – Dashboard

Feb 28, 2007 by Christopher Aker
Check it out by logging in with this URL: No more jumping around to create/edit/delete images and config profiles. Thoughts? -Chris

Jeff Dike and Christopher Aker interviewed by VSM

Feb 20, 2007 by Christopher Aker
Podcast: The Return of User-Mode Linux [url=]Virtual Strategy Magazine[/url] speaks with Jeff Dike, author and maintainer of User-Mode Linux and Christopher Aker, president of Linode, a hosting company that offers virtual machines running on UML. Article: MP3: I’ll provide a transcript in the next few days for those that requested it. -Chris

East Coast Datacenter

Feb 18, 2007 by Christopher Aker
I’m pleased to announce that in addition to Fremont, CA and Dallas, TX datacenters, we now have machines located in Atlanta, GA. There are a few more details on the “[url=]Our Network[/url]” page. For latency comparison, you can ping . Please open a support ticket if you’re interested in migrating to that datacenter. -Chris

28% Additional RAM now Standard on all Packages

Jan 18, 2007 by Christopher Aker
Dear Members, We’re planning some big upgrades in the very near future, but here’s something to hold you over until then — an 28% RAM increase! Stay tuned for the big announcement! In the meantime: Linode 100 becomes [b]Linode 128[/b] Linode 150 becomes [b]Linode 192[/b] Linode 200 becomes [b]Linode 256[/b] Linode 300 becomes [b]Linode […]