Linux hosting is one of the fastest growing and most powerful computing platforms in the world.
We can’t wait to make Linux and IoT accessible to everyone.
Today we are excited to share with you the latest features and fixes for Linux hosts that have been available for several months now.
LinuxHosting has a wide range of features to keep you productive and safe.
We are committed to making the LinuxHosting experience as easy as possible to use and enjoy.
Here are some of the new features and changes we are making for 2018:LinuxHost support for the latest ARM processors and other ARM-based devices.
Linux host support for Windows 10.
Linux Host support for Raspberry Pi 3.
Linux hosts can now use SSH.
We are now shipping Linux Host with SSL encryption for SSH.
This means that if you connect to a Linux Host server via SSH, you won’t be able to decrypt the files you’re sending.
This release also includes a new “Tune” mode which allows you to adjust the audio volume of the audio streaming device.
This is especially useful for DJs, engineers, or users who use the device to perform audio mixing.
This mode is now available in LinuxHost and is available as a separate feature in the Linux Host menu.
We also made it easier to change the playback mode.
Linuxhost also has a new version of its “Soundcheck” tool, which helps you find the best quality sound for a given hardware audio format.
You can now install and configure multiple Linux Hosts on the same computer using one easy-to-use installer.
The installer is available for LinuxHost 7.0.10 and earlier.
This installer will automatically set up all Linux Host settings for you and will automatically run the configuration tool to create a new Ubuntu Linux Host if you have previously created one.
If you already have a LinuxHost account, we will not require a password or other login credentials.
Linux is now also available in Windows 10 with Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
This release will also support Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Pro, and support for USB Type-C ports and USB 3.0 ports on new USB 3 devices.