New updated liblve, cagefs, web-monitoring-tool, lvemanager, cl-end-server-tools, lve-utils, cloudlinux-solo-meta, rhn-client-tools, lvemanager-xray, lve-wrappers, lve-stats, cloudlinux-linksafe, alt-php74, and ea-profiles-cpanel packages have been scheduled for gradual rollout from our production repository.
After the release of CloudLinux OS Solo, we’ve got a lot of feedback from our customers. But along with compliments, our support team keeps receiving questions about CloudLinux OS Solo. And here I am to answer the most frequently asked questions.
Today, I’m very pleased to announce that a new operating system for VPS and dedicated servers with a single hosting account for any number of websites – CloudLinux OS Solo – released to beta.
Try a new operating system for your single user account for free and optimize your server and website performance.
The CloudLinux team is pleased to announce the new CloudLinux OS Solo, a secure and reliable operating system engineered for small businesses. Become an early adopter and test a beta version for free. We aim to offer small businesses a server operating system focused on the reliability and security of web applications.
Register for Beta testing and get a chance to make a difference in product development.
Why did create a new Operating System?
Our starting point was clear. Based on research results, our clients overwhelmingly want the classic CloudLinux OS with VPS and VMs, which only a few users then utilize. One main request is a robust set of CloudLinux features on one server at affordable prices. Consequently, we found hundreds of VPSs with five or fewer websites hosted by a single client, many of which use VMs for staging and production. Some clients want a stable OS with technical support that is secure and not open-sourced.