Linode, LLC is an American privately owned virtual private server provider company based in Galloway, New Jersey, United States.

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  • We've updated the Linode lineup! All plans have received a resource increase. The standard instances now come with more disk space. High Memory instances and the larger standard plans got a RAM boost. We've also introduced a new large standard instance: the Linode 192GB, along with an update to our largest High Memory Linode: the Highmem 300GB. Check out the full lineup on our pricing page.

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  • Spring has sprung! We’re ready for warmer weather, sunshine and of course, attending conferences. Once again, we’ll be all over the US this season. Check out the list below to find out if we’ll be in your area. DrupalCon Nashville, TN | April 9-13  For the 4th year in a row, we’ll be attending DrupalCon. […]

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  • We are happy to announce Block Storage is now available in us-east/Newark and us-central/Dallas! We will have availability in eu-central/Frankfurt within a few weeks. eu-west/London, ap-south/Singapore, and ap-northeast/Tokyo2 remain on schedule for Q2 2018. As noted in our prior post, Block Storage Volumes appear to Linodes as block devices and can be formatted and mounted […]

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  • We are pleased to announce the new Linode Community Questions site! It’s a great place to ask questions, to share ideas and knowledge, to discuss Linode, Linux, the cloud, and everything else in the Linode ecosystem with peers and Linode team members. You’ll be able to start conversations, get help, give advice, and offer solutions. […]

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  • The Linode Block Storage service allows you to create and attach additional storage volumes to your Linode instances. These storage volumes persist independently of Linode instances, but can easily be attached from one Linode to another without the need to reboot. Volumes attached to Linodes appear as block devices and can be formatted and mounted […]

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  • Per our last post, we wanted to provide a brief follow up on the status of the Meltdown mitigation at Linode. We are happy to announce that we have successfully mitigated Meltdown across our entire KVM fleet. There are a small number of Xen Linodes that will be migrated to KVM over the coming weeks. […]

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  • With the holidays over, we’ll be back on the road attending conferences, hackathons, and meetups. Our team will be scattered across the West Coast, East Coast, and Midwest. If you see us at an event you’re attending then stop by and say hello! PennApps XVII Philadelphia, PA | January 19-21 We’re not heading far for […]

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  • A number of serious security vulnerabilities affecting many CPU architectures were disclosed this week (CVE-2017-5753, CVE-2017-5715, and CVE-2017-5754) by Google’s Project Zero team and others. Our team is working with vendors and our own engineers to determine the implications for our platform, but the expectation is that a fleet-wide reboot will be necessary to protect […]

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  • Linode is all over the map for fall events this year. See below whether we’re coming to an event near you. Hope to see you there! Node. js Interactive Vancouver, BC | October 4-6 We’re leaving the U.S. from October 4-6 for Node.js Interactive in Vancouver. Don’t worry, all our swag is coming with us! […]

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  • PocketMine is a third party server for the MineCraft - Pocket Edition game for Android and iOS. This guide details installing PocketMine on a Linode running Debian 7. Prerequisites 0:24 Installation 0:42 Running PocketMine Server 1:03 Connecting to The Server 2:23 Guide used in the video: https://www.linode.com/docs/applications/game-servers/pocketmine-server-on-debian-7

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  • This guide shows you how to setup your own Minecraft server on a Linode running Ubuntu 14.04/14.10. You can play online with your friends or host a public server. Click below to jump to a specific section in the video: Preparation: 0:32 Create a Minecraft user: 1:25 Install SpigotMC: 1:50 Configure SpigotMC to start on boot: 4:10 Customization: 5:20 Guide used in the video: https://www.linode.co...

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  • This video guide shows you how to set up a personal Minecraft server on a Linode running Debian 8 or Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. Jump to a specific section in the video by clicking below: Prerequisites 0:25 Install Minecraft 1:58 Run Minecraft 2:56 Connect to your Minecraft Server 3:55 Guide used in video: https://www.linode.com/docs/applications/game-servers/minecraft-on-debian-and-ubuntu

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  • FOSSCON Philadelphia, PA | August 26 On August 26, we’re heading to FOSSCON for the 5th time! Join us for this free, open-source conference hosted in our backyard, Philadelphia, Pa. Stop by our table to talk cloud hosting and check out our new swag! Open Source Summit & Linux Plumbers Conference Los Angeles, CA | […]

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