Re: Providing official virtualisation images of Debian
Vincent Bernat <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb:
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> Lucas Nussbaum <email@example.com> disait=C2=A0:
>>> What virtualisation solutions should be supported?
>>> - Virtual Box seems like a natural candidate since it's free and
>>> included since Squeeze.
>>> - Vmware has a significant installed base and is relevant, although
>>> - Microsoft Virtual PC is likely also needed
>>> - Qemu
>>> - Citrix XenServer?
>> - images for cloud infrastructures (AMI -- Amazon Machine Image)
> I was about to ask the same. Those images seem very popular for
> Ubuntu. Maybe we are missing something by not providing them. I remember
> that those images can be used with Eucalyptus as well (no need to use
The process is detailed here:
I have no experience with Amazon EC2. It says "All AMIs are loaded from Amazon S3 storage.".
Does this mean Debian would need to rent Amazon storage space, which would be
made accessible to the world by granting access rights or similarly?