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PR: freeVSD announces latest major version of GPL virtual server solution for Linux
(Mar 6th, 16:00:03 )

freeVSD (www.freevsd.org), an open source project sponsored by Idaya Ltd, was released in its first version under GPL license in Spring 2000. The software enables ISPs to securely partition their physical servers into many 'virtual servers,' each capable of running popular hosting applications such as Apache, Sendmail and MySQL.

Each virtual server has a corresponding "admin" user with pseudo-root privileges, therefore proper "root" access is reserved for the service provider -- providing a secure and manageable platform on which to host SME, corporate, reseller or developer clients.

freeVSD provides major benefits to any ISP:

freeVSD Administration
At the heart of freeVSD lies VSDADM a modular protocol that enables remote, thin client administration of virtual servers.


VSDClient provides a secure, efficient method of remote administration for virtual server administrators. This freeware application for win32 has been hailed as the next "killer app" for ISPs and their customers. Breaking free from inefficient browser-based systems.

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