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Evorack - Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Now Available

Evorack - Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Now Available

Jonny_EvorackJonny_Evorack Member
edited April 2012 in Providers

Hello Everyone,

Evorack is pleased to now be able to offer Ubuntu 12.04 (32-bit and 64-bit) to all of our customers!

Remember, our LET/LEB offer is still available here

Enjoy!

Cheers

Jonny

Evorack - UK, Germany, USA and Canada Spindle & SSD Xen/KVM VPS | Gigabit Access Network | Native IPv6 /64 | RAID10 disk storage
Rackburst - UK and Germany OpenVz SSD VPS | Native IPv6 | RAID10 SSD disk storage
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  • InfinityInfinity Retired Staff

    Is this an offer or not, it seems like it is with the inclusion of the coupon right?

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  • @Infinity The main purpose of this post was to make people aware of the new distro, not the offer :) As such, I've removed the coupon code and instead put a link to our offer post.

    I hope this helps a bit :)

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  • I wouldn't exactly call it news, upgrading is easy.

    The Original Daniel.

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  • You could have just sent out a email to your clients, this does not really affect anyone but them. Also with all of these hosts on here, if we made a announcement like this every-time we added a new version of a distro it would be a TON of posts.

    Just my thoughts.

  • Jonny_EvorackJonny_Evorack Member
    edited April 2012

    @ErrantWeb said: You could have just sent out a email to your clients

    We did. They were the first to know.

    @ErrantWeb said: this does not really affect anyone but them

    Everyone on LET is welcome to sign up for an Evorack VPS running Ubuntu 12.04 pre-installed, not just current customers.

    @ErrantWeb said: Also with all of these hosts on here, if we made a announcement like this every-time we added a new version of a distro it would be a TON of posts.

    Yes, I agree. That being said, there is a well established concept of a "Press Release". While this news may seem non-noteworthy to some, LET does allow providers to advertise here, so you can call it an advertisement :)

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  • I'm receiving this email. Thank you :)

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  • quirkyquarkquirkyquark Member
    edited April 2012

    @Daniel said: upgrading is easy.

    Edit: For OpenVZ only: Xen PV (pygrub), HVM and KVM have no issues.

    Usually only if your provider is running (or faking) a 2.6.32 kernel on the host node (and many aren't).

  • @quirkyquark said: Only if your provider is running a 2.6.32 kernel on the host node (and many aren't).

    nope.

    :3

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  • @Francisco said: nope.

    +1

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  • AsimAsim Member

    Thanks Jonny for getting it uploaded. Over weekend, I wanted to deploy something in my spare VMs and was surprised most hosts have not upgraded their templates.

    I had to open support tickets to get some hosts to add templates though

  • @Asim, you're very welcome :) I hope you're enjoying your service with us!

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  • @quirkyquark said: Only if your provider is running a 2.6.32 kernel on the host node (and many aren't).

    Doesn't matter on Xen/KVM.

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  • @liam said: I don't see why we can't have these threads as long as the provider doesn't do more than 1-3 a month, at the end of the day this is a community ;)

    I have nothing against an Industry Announcement section. I know Vanilla is slightly retarded when it comes to forum sections, but they are still there.

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