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New Linux VPS Templates: Ubuntu 16, Debian 8, and more!


Today we are happy to announce the latest update to our roster of supported Linux distributions. We now support more than 45 distributions, including the latest new releases: Ubuntu 16.04 Debian 8 RHEL 7 CloudLinux 7 Fedora 22 The new Linux templates are available immediately, and can be selected either when deploying new instances, or when re-imaging an […]

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Debian VPS Hosting with Debian 8 Jessie, 7 Wheezy, 6 Squeeze


Debian VPS hosting is available to deploy in seconds, in both New York City and London. We support the latest Debian releases: Debian 8 “Jessie” Debian 7 “Wheezy” Debian 6 “Squeeze” Our VM hosting platform is designed for performance. All storage is hosted on pure SSD storage arrays, not just ‘SSD cached’ or ‘accelerated’ storage as many […]

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Debian 7.8 VPS Now Available


Debian 7.8 is now available for installation on all Linux VPS instances. Both 64-bit and 32-bit versions can be selected as the OS for new on-demand instances, and are also available to be used for reinstallation of existing instances through the VPS Panel ( Debian 7.8 is the latest stable release of Debian, an open source and community-supported Linux distribution. Build a CentOS VPS […]

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How to SSH Connect to Linux VPS with Windows, Mac, Linux

The primary way to connect to your Linux VPS is via command line, with the use of a SSH client. To connect to your VPS with SSH (command line), you will require one of the following programs: Putty, available for all versions of Windows: Putty Downloads (Hosted by SolVPS) WinSCP, available for all versions of Windows: WinSCP Downloads (Hosted by SolVPS), packaged […]

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