v16.0 Stable Release #8 - 12 updated ISOs, Hub, VM & Proxmox builds

I'm back with some more updated appliances. This time it's 12 updated apps (11 x v16.0 & Mibew v16.1 security update). Just like the previous batch, this next instalment of v16.0 stable TurnKey Linux appliances includes Hub, ISO, VM (OVA/VMDK) and Proxmox/LXC build formats.

As per always, these updated appliances, are all published to our mirror network or they can be launched directly from the Hub (look for the 16.x text link - in the top right corner). Please note, we will switch v16.x to be the Hub default soon. They are also available for download direct from their relevant appliance pages (links provided below).

As per convention, I'll first highlight the most recent releases, but then also list all the v16.x appliances released to date. Unfortunately, I still don't have any updates regarding the remaining alternate builds, but as noted in my last post, the AWS Marketplace builds are now up!

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v16.0 Stable Release #7 - 10 updated ISOs, Hub, VM & Proxmox builds

Update 2020-07-27: Please see the eighth instalment of updated appliances.

After another brief delay, I'm back with some more updated appliances. This time it's 10 updated app. Fingers crossed, I should have another batch ready next week. As per the previous one, this next instalment of v16.0 stable TurnKey Linux appliances includes Hub, ISO, VM (OVA/VMDK) and Proxmox/LXC build formats.

As per always, these updated appliances, are all published to our mirror network or they can be launched directly from the Hub (look for the 16.x text link - in the top right corner). Please note, we will switch v16.x to be the Hub default soon. They are also available for download direct from their relevant appliance pages (links provided below).

As per convention, I'll first highlight the most recent releases, but then also list all the v16.0 appliances released to date. Unfortunately, I still don't have any updates regarding the remaining alternate builds, but the AWS Marketplace builds are now up!

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v16.0 Stable Release #6 - 7 more updated ISOs, Hub, VM & Proxmox builds + rebuilt VMs

Update 2020-07-16: Please see the seventh instalment of updated appliances.
Update 2020-07-27: Please see the eighth instalment of updated appliances.

After a brief delay, I'm back with some more updated appliances. Despite the delay, it's only 7 this time. We should be back on track next week though; fingers crossed. As per the previous one, this next instalment of v16.0 stable TurnKey Linux appliances includes Hub, ISO, VM (OVA/VMDK) and Proxmox/LXC build formats. We've also rebuilt some of the previous VMs as it was discovered that there was a bug.

As per always, these updated appliances, are all published to our mirror network or they can be launched directly from the Hub (look for the 16.x text link - in the top right corner). Please note, we will switch v16.x to be the Hub default soon. They are also available for download direct from their relevant appliance pages (links provided below).

As has become convention, I'll first highlight the most recent releases, but then also note all the v16.0 appliances released to date. Unfortunately, I still don't have any updates regarding the remaining alternate builds, but the AWS Marketplace builds are slowly moving now.

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v16.0 Stable Release #5 - Another 10x ISOs, Hub, VM & Proxmox builds

Update 2020-06-29: Please see the sixth instalment of updated appliances.
Update 2020-07-16: Please see the seventh instalment of updated appliances.
Update 2020-07-27: Please see the eighth instalment of updated appliances.

I'm back with another 10 updated appliances. As per the previous one, this next instalment of v16.0 stable TurnKey Linux appliances includes Hub, ISO, VM (OVA/VMDK) and Proxmox/LXC build formats.

As per previous releases, these updated appliances, are all published to our mirror network or they can be launched directly from the Hub (look for the 16.x text link - in the top right corner). They are also available for download direct from their relevant appliance pages (links provided below).

As per my previous posts, I'll first highlight the most recent releases, but then also note all the v16.0 appliances released to date. Unfortunately, I still don't have any updates regarding the remaining alternate builds, but the AWS Marketplace builds should hopefully be up soon.

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v16.0 Stable Release #4 - 8 more ISOs, Hub & Proxmox/LXC builds; plus VM builds

Update 2020-06-09: Please see the fifth instalment of updated appliances.
Update 2020-06-29: Please see the sixth instalment of updated appliances.
Update 2020-07-16: Please see the seventh instalment of updated appliances.
Update 2020-07-27: Please see the eighth instalment of updated appliances.

Another week, another v16.0 update! :) Once again, I'm pleased to announce the next instalment of v16.0 stable TurnKey Linux appliances in ISO and Proxmox/LXC build formats; and now VM (OVA & VMDK) builds too (with the exception of Canvas - coming soon). This time, we have 8 new v16.0 updated appliances, following on from the first, second and third batches - so that's a total of 38 v16.0 appliances now - over a 3rd of the library!

These updated appliances, plus the VM builds (OVA & VMDK) are all published to our mirror network or they can be launched directly from the Hub (look for the 16.x text link - in the top right corner). They are also available for download direct from their relevant appliance pages (links provided below).

As has become the norm, I'll first highlight the most recent releases, but then also note all the v16.0 appliances released to date - now including OVA and VMDK builds. Unfortunately, I don't have any updates regarding the remaining alternate builds, but hope to give an update along with the next batch, next week.

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v16.0 Stable Release #3 - Another 10 ISOs, Hub & Proxmox/LXC builds

Update 2020-05-25: Please see the forth instalment of updated appliances.
Update 2020-06-09: Please see the fifth instalment of updated appliances.
Update 2020-06-29: Please see the sixth instalment of updated appliances.
Update 2020-07-16: Please see the seventh instalment of updated appliances.
Update 2020-07-27: Please see the eighth instalment of updated appliances.

We're on a roll now! I'm excited to announce the next instalment of v16.0 stable TurnKey Linux appliances in ISO and Proxmox/LXC build formats. That another 10 v16.0 appliances, following the first and second batches (of 10 x v16.0 appliances) - so a total of 30 now! That's almost a 3rd of the library! :)

Please expect the next 10 appliances (+/-) within the next week (+/-). The VM builds are on the way too! Perhaps next week? Although no promises.

As per usual, these updated appliances are all published to our mirror network or they can be launched directly from the Hub (look for the 16.x text link - in the top right corner). They are also available for download direct from their relevant appliance pages (links provided below).

As per the last post, I'll first highlight the 10 most recent releases, but then also note all the v16.0 appliances released to date. In this post, I'll also give some updates on other builds, especially the VM (OVA & VMDK) builds.

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v16.0 Stable Release #2 - 10 more ISOs, Hub & Proxmox/LXC builds

Update 2020-05-20: Please see the third instalment of updated appliances.
Update 2020-05-25: Please see the forth instalment of updated appliances.
Update 2020-06-09: Please see the fifth instalment of updated appliances.
Update 2020-06-29: Please see the sixth instalment of updated appliances.
Update 2020-07-16: Please see the seventh instalment of updated appliances.
Update 2020-07-27: Please see the eighth instalment of updated appliances.

As a follow up to the first 10 v16.0 apps, I'm pleased to announce, the next instalment of v16.0 TurnKey Linux appliances. Again they are available for download in ISO and Proxmox/LXC build formats, as well as published to the Hub.

As per usual, these updated appliances can all be found on our mirror network or they can be launched directly from the Hub (look for the 16.x text link - in the top right corner). They are also available for download direct from their relevant appliance pages (links provided below).

In this post, I'll highlight the 10 most recent releases. And for those in a rush, as of this post, I'll also start providing a list of all the v16.0 appliances released so far. I'll also provide some notes regarding some of the feedback that we've had so far. I'll also provide some more info about the plan moving forward with regard to the other builds.

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v16.0 Stable Release #1 - 10 x ISOs, Hub & Proxmox/LXC builds

Update 2020-05-15: Please see the second instalment of updated appliances.
Update 2020-05-20: Please see the third instalment of updated appliances.
Update 2020-05-25: Please see the forth instalment of updated appliances.
Update 2020-06-09: Please see the fifth instalment of updated appliances.
Update 2020-06-29: Please see the sixth instalment of updated appliances.
Update 2020-07-16: Please see the seventh instalment of updated appliances.
Update 2020-07-27: Please see the eighth instalment of updated appliances.

With great excitement, and a sense of relief; it is my immense pleasure to announce the highly anticipated and well overdue first batch of v16.0 stable TurnKey Linux appliances. These may well be our best appliances yet?! Although, we'll allow you to be the judge of that! :)

They are all published to our mirror network and are also available for download direct from their relevant appliance pages (links provided below) or launched directly from the Hub - see more info below.

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v14.0 Optimized Builds - Part 2: Containers

Proxmox, OpenNode & Docker

Following close behind the Optimized Builds Part 1 announcement, I am happy to present Part 2: Container builds. Part 2 includes optimized container builds for:

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Announcing TurnKey LXC

In a nutshell, LXC (LinuX Containers) can be thought of as the middle ground between a chroot on steroids and a full fledged virtual machine, making it possible to run multiple isolated "containers" on a single host.

There has been quiet a lot of interest in supporting TurnKey on LXC, so I set out to see what it would take.