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GigaTux Offers Turnkey Linux 12.0 on its Linux VPS Packages

Posted by gigatux, 09-13-2012, 09:22 AM
London, 13th September 2012. GigaTux is proud to announce the completion of its packaging programme to upgrade all Turnkey Linux distributions to the most recently released version, 12.0.

GigaTux has just completed a major packaging programme to offer all Linux distributions provided by the latest Turnkey Linux release. Every flavour of Turnkey Linux is now available to all VPS customers in any of GigaTux's locations in London, Frankfurt, San Jose and Chicago.

The latest Turnkey Linux release, after nearly six months of development, now offers more than 100 appliances, the majority of them new for this release. Most appliances involve a web application being packaged up with sensible defaults, allowing for web applications to deployed in an automatic manner in a few minutes. For stability reasons, the entire Turnkey Linux architecture is now based on Debian as opposed to Ubuntu.

The following appliances are now available for installation on GigaTux's Xen VPS hosting service:
  • AppFlower
  • ASP .NET on Apache with Mod Mono
  • b2evolution
  • BambooInvoice
  • Bugzilla
  • CakePHP
  • Canvas
  • ClipBucket
  • CodeIgniter
  • Collabtive
  • Concrete5
  • Core
  • CouchDB
  • Deki
  • Django
  • DokuWiki
  • Domain Controller
  • Drupal 7
  • e107
  • ejabberd
  • Elgg
  • EtherPad Lite
  • eZ publish
  • File Server
  • Gallery
  • GitLab
  • Google App Engine SDK
  • iceScrum
  • Jenkins
  • Joomla
  • LAMP Stack
  • LAPP Stack
  • Lighttpd PHP FastCGI Configuration
  • LimeSurvey
  • Magento
  • Mahara
  • Mambo
  • Mantis
  • MediaWiki
  • Mibew Messenger
  • MoinMoin
  • MongoDB
  • Moodle
  • MoveableType
  • MySQL
  • Nginx PHP FastCGI Server Configuration
  • node.js
  • Omeka
  • Open Bravo
  • OpenLDAP
  • OpenPhoto
  • OrangeHRM
  • osCommerce
  • OSQA
  • OTRS
  • ownCloud
  • phpBB
  • phpList
  • PHP-Nuke
  • Phreedom
  • Piwik
  • Pligg
  • Plone
  • PostgreSQL
  • Prestashop
  • ProcessMaker
  • ProjectPier
  • PunBB
  • Rails
  • Redmine
  • Revision Control
  • Roundup
  • Sahara Eden
  • Sencha
  • SilverStripe
  • SimpleInvoices
  • SimpleMachines
  • SiT! Support Incident Tracker
  • StatusNet
  • SugarCRM
  • Symfony
  • TomatoCart
  • Torrent Server
  • Trac
  • Tracks (Getting Things Done)
  • TWiki
  • Typo3
  • Ushahidi
  • Vanilla forum
  • web2py
  • Wordpress
  • Yii Framework
  • Zen Cart
  • Zimbra
  • Zurmo

In addition to Turnkey Linux being offered to GigaTux customers, GigaTux invites all users of the DTC control panel to download its pre-prepared images and use them for their VPS customers. These are available in a .deb format from the GigaTux debian repository and will work with any recent version of DTC.

Each of these appliances is immediately available for deployment on GigaTux's Linux hosting servers in the UK (London), USA (San Jose and Chicago) and Germany (Frankfurt). All servers run on Xen with hard disks in a RAID-10 configuration and two Intel Xeon CPUs each.

To sign up, visit http://www.gigatux.com/virtual.php

External Links

GigaTux - http://www.gigatux.com/
Turnkey Linux Distributions offered by GigaTux - http://www.gigatux.com/distro/turnkey_linux_vps
Turnkey Linux 12.0 Release Posting - http://www.turnkeylinux.org/blog/turnkey-12

Who are GigaTux?

GigaTux is a London based company, launched in February 2007. GigaTux presently has high powered servers situated in secure locations in London, UK, Frankfurt, Germany and San Jose and Chicago, USA. Each location offers very impressive connectivity, with a very low latency, high bandwidth connection.

GigaTux believes in offering clients an honestly priced service, with no compromises on important aspects that matter - reliable storage, quality bandwidth and excellent customer service.

For more information, see http://www.gigatux.com/

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