ClearVM Custom Key

ClearVM is a patent pending web service and virtualization platform enabling you to quickly deploy virtual machines on your in-house servers.

This ClearVM Custom key is bootable and will take you through the steps of setting up your first host server with ClearVM. Once completed you can deploy virtual machines on your server, directly from your web browser. With this ClearVM Custom Key you can do this on all of your servers.

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    The Fastest Setup

    Virtualized Infrastucture Within 10 Minutes


    Zero Maintenance

    ClearVM Livevisor is Self-Upgrading


    For Distributed Workloads

    Handles Geo-Locations Out of the Box


ClearVM (Patent Pending US 13/460,660) has more then 5 years in development, more then 38 VM library templates, installed in more then 1,433 Cities around the World with installations and more then 3,800 dedicated admins.



  • Up to: 2 Physical Servers
  • Up to: 8 Virtual Servers
  • Up to: 8 CPU Cores
  • Up to: 2 Teammates
  • Up to: 2 Geo-Locations
  • Community Support


  • Up to: 10 Physical Servers
  • Up to: 40 Virtual Servers
  • Unlimited CPU Sockets
  • Unlimited Teammates
  • Unlimited Geo-Locations
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  • Unlimited Physical Servers
  • Unlimited Virtual Servers
  • Unlimited CPU Sockets
  • Unlimited Teammates
  • Unlimited Geo-Locations
  • ClearCARE Support

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Years in Development


VM Library Templates


Cities With Installations


Dedicated Admins


Patent Pending
US 13/460,660

The Fast and Simple Path To Virtualization

1.Sign up for management system


2.Get livevisor and burn a CD/USB


3.Boot the livevisor on your server


4.Deploy VMs From The Cloud

Deploy, Start, Stop, Duplicate, Move, Back up!
Install ClearVM on any bare-metal servers, on-premise or off-premise.
Download, Select, Deploy, Add, License, Use
Install the Operating Systems of your choice. CentOS, Microsoft, Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, pfSense.
Invite, Access, Set, Restrict, Admin, Give
Quickly see what needs your attention.
  • clearCommunity


    ClearOS Community

  • clearHome


    ClearOS Home

  • clearBusiness


    ClearOS Business

  • clearHosted


    ClearOS Hosted

  • CentOS


    CentOS 7

  • Arch_Linux


    Arch Linux

  • Debian


    Debian 7.1.0

  • Debian


    Debian 7.3.0

  • Fedora


    Fedora 18

  • Gentoo



  • Koozali


    Koozali SME Server

  • Linux_Mint


    Linux Mint 15 Cinnamon

  • Microsoft


    Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Standard

  • Microsoft


    Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Datacenter

  • Microsoft_Datacenter


    Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Datacenter

  • Microsoft_Standard


    Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Standard

  • RedHat


    Red Hat

  • SUSE_Server



  • SUSE_Server2


    SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

  • TurnKey_Linux


    TurnKey Linux 13.0

  • Ubuntu


    Ubuntu 13.04 Server

  • Untangled



  • Zentyal



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ClearVM Help Center (formerly WitsBits)

Welcome to the ClearVM Help Center





Can I eject the LIVEvisor USB/CD once I’ve booted?

Yes you can, it’s not needed anymore. But please make sure to initialize at least one hard drive before you try to reboot the server or it won’t come up again (a bootloader is installed on the hard drive during the drive initialization, which is required for the server to boot).

You can initialize the hard drive before or after you remove the USB/CD, but make sure to do it before you do a reboot to avoid having to insert the USB/CD again.

  • Sign in to the Web GUI
  • Select your server and open the Storage tab
  • Now click on the power icon (the tooltip says “Initialize”) next to the drive you want to initialize.

Once it has completed you don’t need the ISO/CD/USB anymore.

Can I download the LIVEvisor ISO from the command line?

Yes, you can use for example wget or cURL to download the LIVEvisor ISO.

Can I make snapshots and have access to those snapshots for download?

Yes, log in to the management console you can make a snapshot and then download that snapshot to your computer

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