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Bug#850790: cloud.debian.org: Distribute Debian cloud images to LXD

On 01/13/2017 09:02 PM, Jeremy Bicha wrote:
> Ok, well not having openssh-server installed is a bit unexpected for me.
> However, my main issue is with cloud-init being pre-installed. If
> that's in place, I can easily add openssh-server and you can easily
> remove it so it's not as important which is decided. Also, I'd prefer
> to have root disabled from the beginning and log in with an admin user
> account using an SSH key, which I can easily do with cloud-init.

In the OpenStack image, the user is "debian", and that user can "sudo
su" to root (and root is disabled by default). It's the same for Ubuntu
(which uses "ubuntu" as a user, if I'm not mistaking). I expect that we
do the same for all other Debian images.

> I think cloud-init is more or less a standard for a basic Linux server
> image these days.

It's even a standard for Windows too! :)


Thomas Goirand (zigo)

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