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Welcome to the Blacknight Cloud

No Fluff Cloud Hosting Is Here

Over the last few months our technical team have been working on a number of new services. The first one to “go live” is our new cloud hosting solution – which is aimed at replacing our existing VPS services. We’ve never been into “buzzwords” and we don’t like “jumping on bandwagons”, so we’ve taken our […]

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Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx Now Available On VPS

We are now offering Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx) on our Linux VPS servers. Ubuntu 10.04 is an LTS (long term support) release, which means that there will be security updates made available for a longer period of time than you would get with a non-LTS version. You can read more about how Ubuntu handles release […]

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Linux VPS Are Go Again

Due to demand vs. supply we had to stop selling Linux based VPS servers a few days ago. It’s nice problem to have! In any case they’re available again now, as we put in a few more hardware nodes. You can check out the various Linux powered VPS over here

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Share The Knowledge!

Since we launched our VPS hosting services and revamped our shared hosting offerings we’ve had some very interesting feedback. I’d love to say it was all positive, but that would be a lie. Some people absolutely hate the new control panel. Other people find the control panel a bit confusing at times, but once they […]

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Ubuntu 8.04 LTS now supported on VPS

Today I can officially announce our support for the latest Ubuntu distro (8.04). This will provide our customers with a platform to develop applications on a platform with the latest and greatest versions of many commonly used apps like php, apache, mysql etc. You can sign up for Ubuntu 8.04 based virtual private servers over […]

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VPS Hosting Basic FAQ

Since we launched our VPS hosting a couple of months ago we’ve been working on adding extra documentation both internally to our wiki and externally to our knowledgebase and websites. We’ve recently added a short FAQ for VPS clients which hopefully addresses some of the questions people have. We’ll be adding more content as we […]

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