Kubernetes 1.15 now available from Canonical

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  • June 21, 2019
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Ubuntu is available in Cloud Server Linux. Contact us to find out our latest offers! Canonical announces full enterprise support for Kubernetes 1.15 using kubeadm deployments, its Charmed Kubernetes, and MicroK8s; the popular single-node deployment of Kubernetes. The MicroK8s community continues to grow and contribute enhancements, with Knative and RBAC Continue Reading

Vanilla Framework 2.0 upgrade guide

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  • June 20, 2019
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Ubuntu is available in Cloud Server Linux. Contact us to find out our latest offers! We have just released Vanilla Framework 2.0, Canonical’s SCSS styling framework, and – despite our best efforts to minimise the impact – the new features come with changes that will not be automatically backwards compatible Continue Reading

Parallel installs – test and run multiple instances of snaps

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  • June 20, 2019
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Ubuntu is available in Cloud Server Linux. Contact us to find out our latest offers! In Linux, testing software is both easy and difficult at the same time. While the repository channels offer great availability to software, you can typically only install a single instance of an application. If you Continue Reading

Your first robotic arm with Ubuntu Core, coming from Niryo

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  • June 20, 2019
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Ubuntu is available in Cloud Server Linux. Contact us to find out our latest offers! Niryo has built a fantastic 6-axis robotic arm called ‘Niryo One’. It is a 3D-printed, affordable robotic arm focused mainly on educational purposes. Additionally, it is fully open source and based on ROS. On the Continue Reading

WordPress 5.2.2 Maintenance Release

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  • June 20, 2019
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WordPress is an open source content management system available in Cloud Server Webuzo, Cloud Server cPanel and Cloud Server Plesk. More details on WordPress. Contact us to find out our latest offers! WordPress 5.2.2 is now available! This maintenance release fixes 13 bugs and adds a little bit of polish Continue Reading

cPanel & WHM Version 80 now in STABLE!

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  • June 20, 2019
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cPanel is a control panel for Web Hosting Providers available here – Cloud Server cPanel. Contact us to find out our latest offers! We are happy to announce that cPanel, LLC. has released cPanel & WHM Version 80 to the STABLE tier! For this version, we have focused on speed and Continue Reading

Expiring Support for Older Software: Renew & Upgrade for the Latest Features & Improved Security!

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  • June 20, 2019
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MDaemon pre-installed in Cloud Server Windows. Contact us to find out our latest offers! As our products have evolved over the years, with new features added regularly, older versions of our software are eventually no longer supported. Effective July 30, 2019, technical support will be discontinued for the following product Continue Reading

Fresh snaps for May 2019

Ubuntu is available in Cloud Server Linux. Contact us to find out our latest offers! A little later than usual, we’ve collected some of the snaps which crossed our “desk” (Twitter feed) during May 2019. Once again, we bring you a suite of diverse applications published in the Snap Store. Continue Reading

CentOS 8 Status 17-June-2019

CentOS is available in Cloud Server Linux. Contact us to find out our latest offers! Since the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 (on 07-May) we’ve been looking into the tools that we use to build CentOS Linux. We’ve chosen to use the Koji buildsystem for RPMs, paired with Continue Reading