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[https://github.com/prgmrcom/prgmr-image-source Preseed/Kickstart/installerconfig files used and other source material]<br>
 
[https://github.com/prgmrcom/prgmr-image-source Preseed/Kickstart/installerconfig files used and other source material]<br>
 
This can be installed directly from the [[Management Console#Latest Management Console|latest management console]] using option 9.
 
This can be installed directly from the [[Management Console#Latest Management Console|latest management console]] using option 9.
*Arch Linux (built from the 2019.05.02 installer, HVM only) (updated May 10, 2019)
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*Arch Linux (built from the 2019.08.01 installer, HVM only) (updated Aug 22, 2019)
*CentOS 6 (updated Jul 13, 2018)
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*CentOS 6 (HVM only) (updated Aug 22, 2019)
*CentOS 7 (updated Dec 7, 2018)
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*CentOS 7 (updated Jul 5, 2019)
*CentOS 7 with distribution Docker preinstalled (updated May 9, 2019)
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*CentOS 7 with distribution Docker preinstalled (updated Jul 5, 2019)
*Debian Jessie 8 (updated Apr 13, 2019)
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*Debian Buster 10 (HVM only) (updated Aug 22, 2019)
*Debian Jessie 8 with SysVinit (updated Apr 13, 2019)
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*Debian Buster 10 with SysVinit (HVM only) (updated Aug 22, 2019)
*Debian Stretch 9 (updated Feb 14, 2019)
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*Debian Jessie 8 (updated Aug 22, 2019)
*Debian Stretch 9 with SysVinit (updated Feb 14, 2019)
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*Debian Jessie 8 with SysVinit (updated Aug 22, 2019)
*Fedora 29 (updated Nov 13, 2018)
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*Debian Stretch 9 (updated Aug 22, 2019)
*Fedora 30 (HVM only) (updated May 10, 2019)
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*Debian Stretch 9 with SysVinit (updated Aug 22, 2019)
*[[FreeBSD as a DomU|FreeBSD 11.2]] (HVM only, BETA - static IPv6 must be [https://www.freebsd.org/doc/handbook/network-ipv6.html manually configured] - prefixlen is 64, GW is <prefix>::1)  (updated Dec 21, 2018)  
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*Fedora 29 (updated Aug 22, 2019)
*[[FreeBSD as a DomU|FreeBSD 12.0]] (HVM only, BETA - static IPv6 must be [https://www.freebsd.org/doc/handbook/network-ipv6.html manually configured] - prefixlen is 64, GW is <prefix>::1)  (updated Dec 21, 2018)  
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*Fedora 30 (HVM only) (updated Aug 22, 2019)
*Ubuntu Bionic 18.04 with ifupdown (updated May 9, 2019)
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*[[FreeBSD as a DomU|FreeBSD 11.3]] (HVM only, BETA - static IPv6 must be [https://www.freebsd.org/doc/handbook/network-ipv6.html manually configured] - prefixlen is 64, GW is <prefix>::1)  (updated Aug 22, 2019)  
*Ubuntu Bionic 18.04 with distribution Docker preinstalled (updated May 9, 2019)
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*[[FreeBSD as a DomU|FreeBSD 12.0]] (HVM only, BETA - static IPv6 must be [https://www.freebsd.org/doc/handbook/network-ipv6.html manually configured] - prefixlen is 64, GW is <prefix>::1)  (updated Jul 5, 2019)  
*Ubuntu Disco 19.04 with ifupdown (updated May 9, 2019)
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*Ubuntu Bionic 18.04 with ifupdown (updated Aug 29, 2019)
*Ubuntu Xenial 16.04 (updated Feb 14, 2019)
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*Ubuntu Bionic 18.04 with distribution Docker preinstalled (updated Aug 29, 2019)
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*Ubuntu Disco 19.04 with ifupdown (updated Aug 22, 2019)
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*Ubuntu Xenial 16.04 (updated Aug 22, 2019)
  
 
== Netboot Installers ==
 
== Netboot Installers ==
 
Instead of manually downloading a netboot installer or using one of our prebuilt images, you may interactively use a netboot installer we already downloaded. These may be accessed using option 6 from the [[Management Console#Latest Management Console|latest management console]]. Here is a full list of available netboot installers:
 
Instead of manually downloading a netboot installer or using one of our prebuilt images, you may interactively use a netboot installer we already downloaded. These may be accessed using option 6 from the [[Management Console#Latest Management Console|latest management console]]. Here is a full list of available netboot installers:
  
* Alpine Linux 3.9.2 (HVM only) (Apr 13, 2019)
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* Alpine Linux 3.10.2 (HVM only) (Aug 29, 2019)
* Arch Linux 2019.05.02 (HVM only) (May 10, 2019)
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* Arch Linux 2019.08.01 (HVM only) (Aug 22, 2019)
* Centos 6 (Jul 13, 2018)
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* Centos 6 (HVM only) (Aug 22, 2019)
* Centos 7 (Dec 7, 2018)
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* Centos 7 (Aug 22, 2019)
* Debian Jessie 8 (Apr 13, 2019)
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* Debian Buster 10 (HVM only) (Aug 22, 2019)
* Debian Stretch 9 (Feb 14, 2019)
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* Debian Jessie 8 (Aug 22, 2019)
* Fedora 29 (Nov 13, 2018)
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* Debian Stretch 9 (Aug 22, 2019)
* Fedora 30 (HVM only) (May 10, 2019)
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* Fedora 29 (Aug 22, 2019)
* [[FreeBSD]] 11.2 (HVM only) (Dec 21, 2018)
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* Fedora 30 (HVM only) (Aug 22, 2019)
* [[FreeBSD]] 12.0 (HVM only) (Dec 21, 2018)
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* [[FreeBSD]] 11.3 (HVM only) (Aug 22, 2019)
* [[NetBSD]] 7.2 (PV only) (September 19, 2018)
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* [[FreeBSD]] 12.0 (HVM only) (Jul 5, 2019)
* [[NetBSD]] 8.0 (PV only) (July 23, 2018)
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* [[NetBSD]] 8.1 (PV only) (Jun 7, 2019)
 
* [[NixOS]] 19.03 (HVM only) (May 9, 2019)
 
* [[NixOS]] 19.03 (HVM only) (May 9, 2019)
 
* [[OpenBSD as a DomU|OpenBSD 6.5]] (HVM only) (May 9, 2019)
 
* [[OpenBSD as a DomU|OpenBSD 6.5]] (HVM only) (May 9, 2019)
* Ubuntu Bionic 18.04 (May 9, 2019)
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* Ubuntu Bionic 18.04 (Aug 29, 2019)
* Ubuntu Disco 19.04 (May 9, 2019)
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* Ubuntu Disco 19.04 (Aug 22, 2019)
* Ubuntu Trusty 14.04 (Feb 14, 2019)
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* Ubuntu Trusty 14.04 (Jul 5, 2019)
* Ubuntu Xenial 16.04 (Feb 14, 2019)
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* Ubuntu Xenial 16.04 (Aug 22, 2019)
  
 
== Netboot Installers and Paravirtualized mode ==
 
== Netboot Installers and Paravirtualized mode ==
 
For PV VPS's, at the end of the install either you must have the file (hd0,0)/boot/grub/menu.lst present to boot with grub legacy (pvgrub), or you must have a grub2 config file and switch to booting with grub 2. For more information on grub 2 see [[Grub2|here]].<br> Here are some notes on making your system bootable in PV mode:
 
For PV VPS's, at the end of the install either you must have the file (hd0,0)/boot/grub/menu.lst present to boot with grub legacy (pvgrub), or you must have a grub2 config file and switch to booting with grub 2. For more information on grub 2 see [[Grub2|here]].<br> Here are some notes on making your system bootable in PV mode:
  
*CentOS 6 - no special install instructions
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*CentOS 6 - no longer available for PV
 
*CentOS 7 - switch to grub2 after install
 
*CentOS 7 - switch to grub2 after install
 
* Debian Jessie 8  - install pv-grub-menu or switch to grub2 after install
 
* Debian Jessie 8  - install pv-grub-menu or switch to grub2 after install
 
* Fedora 29 - switch to grub2 after install
 
* Fedora 29 - switch to grub2 after install
* [[NetBSD as a DomU|NetBSD 7.2]]
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* [[NetBSD as a DomU|NetBSD 8.1]]
* [[NetBSD as a DomU|NetBSD 8.0]]
 
 
*Ubuntu Bionic 18.04 - install pv-grub-menu or switch to grub2 after install
 
*Ubuntu Bionic 18.04 - install pv-grub-menu or switch to grub2 after install
 
*Ubuntu Disco 19.04 - install pv-grub-menu or switch to grub2 after install
 
*Ubuntu Disco 19.04 - install pv-grub-menu or switch to grub2 after install
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== Notes for Ubuntu Bionic 18.04 and Ubuntu Disco 19.04 ==
 
== Notes for Ubuntu Bionic 18.04 and Ubuntu Disco 19.04 ==
 
Ubuntu Bionic and Ubuntu Disco originally shipped with systemd-networkd.  We have disabled it in our images, in favor of the ifupdown scheme used by many other supported distributions.
 
Ubuntu Bionic and Ubuntu Disco originally shipped with systemd-networkd.  We have disabled it in our images, in favor of the ifupdown scheme used by many other supported distributions.
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Additionally, as of May 26th 2019, our pre-built Ubuntu Bionic and Ubuntu Bionic with Docker preinstalled are built with a 5.0 kernel.

Latest revision as of 21:28, 29 August 2019

Prebuilt distribution options

Preseed/Kickstart/installerconfig files used and other source material
This can be installed directly from the latest management console using option 9.

  • Arch Linux (built from the 2019.08.01 installer, HVM only) (updated Aug 22, 2019)
  • CentOS 6 (HVM only) (updated Aug 22, 2019)
  • CentOS 7 (updated Jul 5, 2019)
  • CentOS 7 with distribution Docker preinstalled (updated Jul 5, 2019)
  • Debian Buster 10 (HVM only) (updated Aug 22, 2019)
  • Debian Buster 10 with SysVinit (HVM only) (updated Aug 22, 2019)
  • Debian Jessie 8 (updated Aug 22, 2019)
  • Debian Jessie 8 with SysVinit (updated Aug 22, 2019)
  • Debian Stretch 9 (updated Aug 22, 2019)
  • Debian Stretch 9 with SysVinit (updated Aug 22, 2019)
  • Fedora 29 (updated Aug 22, 2019)
  • Fedora 30 (HVM only) (updated Aug 22, 2019)
  • FreeBSD 11.3 (HVM only, BETA - static IPv6 must be manually configured - prefixlen is 64, GW is <prefix>::1) (updated Aug 22, 2019)
  • FreeBSD 12.0 (HVM only, BETA - static IPv6 must be manually configured - prefixlen is 64, GW is <prefix>::1) (updated Jul 5, 2019)
  • Ubuntu Bionic 18.04 with ifupdown (updated Aug 29, 2019)
  • Ubuntu Bionic 18.04 with distribution Docker preinstalled (updated Aug 29, 2019)
  • Ubuntu Disco 19.04 with ifupdown (updated Aug 22, 2019)
  • Ubuntu Xenial 16.04 (updated Aug 22, 2019)

Netboot Installers

Instead of manually downloading a netboot installer or using one of our prebuilt images, you may interactively use a netboot installer we already downloaded. These may be accessed using option 6 from the latest management console. Here is a full list of available netboot installers:

  • Alpine Linux 3.10.2 (HVM only) (Aug 29, 2019)
  • Arch Linux 2019.08.01 (HVM only) (Aug 22, 2019)
  • Centos 6 (HVM only) (Aug 22, 2019)
  • Centos 7 (Aug 22, 2019)
  • Debian Buster 10 (HVM only) (Aug 22, 2019)
  • Debian Jessie 8 (Aug 22, 2019)
  • Debian Stretch 9 (Aug 22, 2019)
  • Fedora 29 (Aug 22, 2019)
  • Fedora 30 (HVM only) (Aug 22, 2019)
  • FreeBSD 11.3 (HVM only) (Aug 22, 2019)
  • FreeBSD 12.0 (HVM only) (Jul 5, 2019)
  • NetBSD 8.1 (PV only) (Jun 7, 2019)
  • NixOS 19.03 (HVM only) (May 9, 2019)
  • OpenBSD 6.5 (HVM only) (May 9, 2019)
  • Ubuntu Bionic 18.04 (Aug 29, 2019)
  • Ubuntu Disco 19.04 (Aug 22, 2019)
  • Ubuntu Trusty 14.04 (Jul 5, 2019)
  • Ubuntu Xenial 16.04 (Aug 22, 2019)

Netboot Installers and Paravirtualized mode

For PV VPS's, at the end of the install either you must have the file (hd0,0)/boot/grub/menu.lst present to boot with grub legacy (pvgrub), or you must have a grub2 config file and switch to booting with grub 2. For more information on grub 2 see here.
Here are some notes on making your system bootable in PV mode:

  • CentOS 6 - no longer available for PV
  • CentOS 7 - switch to grub2 after install
  • Debian Jessie 8 - install pv-grub-menu or switch to grub2 after install
  • Fedora 29 - switch to grub2 after install
  • NetBSD 8.1
  • Ubuntu Bionic 18.04 - install pv-grub-menu or switch to grub2 after install
  • Ubuntu Disco 19.04 - install pv-grub-menu or switch to grub2 after install
  • Ubuntu Trusty 14.04
  • Ubuntu Xenial 16.04 - install pv-grub-menu or switch to grub2 after install

Notes for Ubuntu Bionic 18.04 and Ubuntu Disco 19.04

Ubuntu Bionic and Ubuntu Disco originally shipped with systemd-networkd. We have disabled it in our images, in favor of the ifupdown scheme used by many other supported distributions.

Additionally, as of May 26th 2019, our pre-built Ubuntu Bionic and Ubuntu Bionic with Docker preinstalled are built with a 5.0 kernel.