Is it feasible to run Ubuntu 20.05 LTS on the smallest (1GB ram) droplet?
Currently running one with 18.04 on the smallest, I’d like to create a new one and migrate things over from the old.
I think the heaviest thin...
Hi there @romeozor,
As far as I can see Ubuntu 20.04 requires 512 MB RAM (system memory) and 1 vCPU so the smallest Droplet should be sufficient for your needs.
I would recommend adding a 1GB SWAP partition as well ju...
I managed to solve this by first going to the Kernel menu on DO dashboard and resetting the original kernel (3.13…).
Then I fo…
I have an Ubuntu 16.04 Droplet that was upgraded from the previous LTS. I went ahead and used the DO Kernel menu to update my kernel which was 3.18something to 4.4.0-28. Did the shutdowns and restarts and I indeed hav...
I set up OpenVPN a while ago on my Droplet using the DO (https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-set-up-an-openvpn-server-on-ubuntu-16-04) tutorial and it works fine.
I also have a company PPTP VPN, wh...
I got the smallest available instance (512MB) to host a blog on it (and try out things in general), and I keep looking at the Billing Alerts option in my Settings.
I've read the FAQ and whatever doc i could find (obvi...