Oxygen Extends Support for Linux Storage Connector
We have more good news for Linux lovers!
We just released a generic installer for our Linux Storage Connector, extending our Linux support beyond Ubuntu. This new installer works with x86/x86_64/amd64 Intel/AMD processor architectures, and it will work with Ubuntu, Fedora 16 and centOS.
So do you have an old Linux laptop, desktop or server lying around? Now you can easily recycle them into your own private storage cloud with Oxygen. And if that isn’t challenging enough? You can also try to install Oxygen’s Storage Connector for Linux on other Linux devices beyond laptops and servers.Check out Linux for Devices for some cool ideas and inspiration. We would love to see our users play around with Oxygen and get creative!
Cody Bunch from Professional VMware recently shared his experience on how he configured and set up his own private storage with Oxygen’s Storage Connector for Linux (Ubuntu) in his post: Migrating to Oxygen Cloud. Check it out to learn more about what Cody did and what he thinks!
Get started and download Oxygen’s Storage Connector for Linux today! Same with all of the Oxygen clients and storage connectors, this will also be free for you to use! Share your Linux-private-cloud building story with us here and we’ll send you the awesome “I Cloud Files” t-shirt and other swag as thank you
Filed under: Cloud Storage, Private Cloud, Private storage | 1 Comment
Tags: centOS, Fedora, Free Storage, Linux, Storage Connector, Ubuntu