What operating systems are available for VPS/VDS?

By purchasing a VPS from us, you can choose a template with a pre-installed control panel that can be installed in a couple of clicks.

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Be sure to create backups before you change the template!

Available OS templates:

The main operating systems that we use when administering virtual servers are Ubuntu, Debian, Windows, CentOS, Kali, Astra-Orel.

CentOS — (Community ENTerprise Operating System – the operating system of the Enterprise community) is built on the source code of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). RHEL is a commercial product, but its source code is publicly available and used by CentOS developers. This OS is developing and updating very quickly, but at the same time remains reliable and secure. Many hosting providers and virtual hosting resellers have chosen CentOS.

Available for installation:

  • CentOS-6-amd64

  • CentOS-7-amd64

  • CentOS-8-amd64

  • CentOS-8-Stream-amd64

Debian — It is also among the most popular operating systems for VPS, because it became one of the first Linux-based operating systems. Debian's reputation has remained high since its release in 1993 – thanks to the security and stability of this OS, created by professional and highly organized developers (the Debian Project community). If you are well-versed in the command line and value the weight of power and security, then you probably prefer Debian.

Available for installation:

  • Debian-9-x86_64
  • Debian-10-x86_64

  • Debian-11-x86_64


Ubuntu — (the name translates from Zulu as "humanity") has won the sympathy of many experts because it provides developers and webmasters with a more "friendly" version of Debian. A large number of users and stable development have provided Ubuntu with a reputation as a major player in the Linux computer systems market. This OS is great for supporting remote desktops on a virtual network. It combines such qualities as safety, reliability and ease of use.

Available for installation:

  • Ubuntu-16.04-amd64

  • Ubuntu-18.04-amd64

  • Ubuntu-20.04-amd64

  • Ubuntu-20.04-amd64_Hestia

  • Ubuntu-22.04-amd64


Windows — a group of families of commercial proprietary operating systems of Microsoft Corporation focused on management using a graphical interface. The most common operating system among desktop (with a graphical interface). The system is available for both desktop computers and servers. Currently, the current version is Windows 11 (for desktop computers) and Windows Server 2022 (for servers).

Available for installation:

  • Windows-Server-2012-R2

  • Windows-Server-2012-R2-RUS

  • Windows-Server-2016

  • Windows-Server-2019

  • Windows-Server-2022

  • Windows-10

  • Windows-10-rus

  • Windows-11

  • Windows-11-rus


Kali Linux – the operating system is intended for users and developers who test various systems and services for vulnerabilities or the possibility of hacking. The distribution package includes hundreds of tools with which you can check the exploitation of known vulnerabilities and test your projects for security.

Available for installation:

  • Kali-2021.2-x86_64

  • Kali-2021.2-x86_64_RDP


Astra Linux launches "Eagle" — the only Russian OS, the repository of which is publicly available to the international non-profit organization The Linux Foundation. The repository provides access to 20,000 software packages dl.astralinux.ru and mirror.yandex.ru/astra and officially recognized as a derivative of Debian GNU/Linux.