Web Browser Virtual Appliance?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 9, 2014
Does anyone know of a good Linux-based web browser virtual appliance for VMware? I've been using Ubuntu for this purpose, but the VMDK size is horrendous.
WINE virtual appliance
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 20, 2009
I don't quite know if virtual "appliance" is the correct name.
I simply want to know how to create, or get a link to, a virtual machine that does this...
Simply run WINE in a VERY small graphical interface. The smaller the memory usage... the better...
My goal is to run as many instances of the same windows program at once without all the "fat" of windows, openoffice or other programs I don't need.
Thanks in advance!
Best OS variant for a Java virtual appliance??
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 17, 2008
I'm hoping to get some expert advice for the next step in my project.
Over the last year, I've built a 10-computer cluster, distributed over 3 location in the U.S., connected through a VPN. Each computer runs under a separate instance of an operating system. They are all working together day and night crunching numbers to solve various quantum mechanics problems. The project started out on a single Windows XP box, and now consists of 3 MacBooks and 7 Ubuntu boxes. The macBooks are used for development (Eclipse) and the GUI (Eclipse RCP)for our distrubuted application. The Ubuntu boxes run a .jar.
What I want to do next is to increase our cluster size to about 100 computers. I'd like the Ubuntu boxes running the .jar program to run a minimum OS, and the computer itself should consist of no more hardware than necessary.
My main question is what OS variant would you suggest? I just need to be able to ssh into the machine, and be able to run a .jar (which I know how to do alread
LXer: Working with Suse Studio : An exercise in online virtual appliance creation.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 27, 2010
Published at LXer:
Making custom Linux distributions can be an arduous task. Luckily, there are companies out there that are looking to make the process more friendly. Previously, I reviewed the Reconstructor Web UI, a web-based Debian/Ubuntu customization utility, and today, I'd like to present you with a SUSE-based alternative called SUSE Studio. Although SUSE Studio does have some offline components (such as SUSE Studio Onsite and the rest of the SUSE Appliance Toolkit), this review will focus on the online components which are freely available at susestudio.com. For those that are following along at home, I'll assume that you already have an account with SUSE Studio.
Install a virtual appliance containing vmdk files and a vmx file on amazonec2
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 14, 2015
I have a virtual Appliance which contains many vmdk files and a vmx file.
I want to install it on amazon-ec2
Please help me to install this appliance on amazon-ec2.
Thanks & Regards
Distributing commercial software on a Linux virtual appliance, and the GPL [closed]
location: linuxexchange.com - date: February 3, 2010
We want to distribute our (commercial closed-source) software as a virtual appliance.
Our preferred OS is Linux.
We do not want to violate the GPL, and we do not want to open source our own IP at this time.
Can we legally do this?
Or, do we need to use a an OS with a more permissive license (like BSD)?
(PS: I understand that I will need to ultimately seek the advice of a good lawyer.)
EDIT: Thanks to everyone for the comments.
Any good Subversion 1.5 virtual appliance recommendations?
location: linuxexchange.com - date: August 27, 2008
I'm looking for a quick-and-dirty solution to this, I have to set up a Subversion server really quickly, like by the end of the day tomorrow. My initial thought was to just download a virtual appliance that we could load onto our host machine. The problem I am having however is that all the appliances I have found so far are stuck in svn version 1.4 or lower.
Does anybody know of an appliance that has svn 1.5 running? I don't need any of the other bits like issue tracking, WebSVN or any of that stuff.
To answer some of the questions, I would prefer for the host OS to be some flavour of Linux so that I can avoid having to purchase an additional Windows license.
configure ip for bitnami owncloud virtual appliance
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
I installed Bitnami owncloud virtual appliance stack on Virtual box and within no time, I was able to sync files to and from this box. However, the main problem with Virtual Box is that the IP address keeps changing when the owncloud instance is powered off and then turned back on - which makes sense. Is there any way to keep the server IP static so that we don't need to configure the clients everytime the IP is changed.
Ubuntu Linux & Windows 7 Dual Boot or just use Windows in a Virtual Machine?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 11, 2013
I'm looking at making the switch from a laptop with Windows 7 to one with Ubuntu Linux (my HP Pavilion is dying a slow but unrepairable hardware death) but I have a couple programs I'm probably going to have to run with Windows. A few games I'd like to keep but mostly my Scrivener novel writing program that only has a glitchy beta version for Linux, plus I already own the Windows version and can put it on a second machine. Disclaimer: I've never actually used Linux. At all. But because I frequently have to live off public WiFi due to travel, I'd rather have something more secure, and nothing makes a writer swear more than having to do a hard restart in the middle of a chain of thought because of a freeze.
I'm looking at a System 76 Pangolin Performance laptop which comes with Ubuntu installed. I can get a legit copy of Windows 7 relatively inexpensively. So my questions are: 1) Do I need dual boot? Or will most things run ok in a virtual machine? Since my writing program integrates
Ubuntu or Windows 7 for virtual labs
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 12, 2012
Before I ask my question, I understand I am in a linux forum and most likely everyone answer will be Linux over windows, but I hope whoever answers has an appreciation for both OS.
At work and at home I mostly use Windows 7 and Server 2008. I am working on a lot of security stuff like penetration testing. I have a workstation I build (2TB HD, 12GB RAM, Quad AMD Processor…) that I use for testing. The workstation had server 2008 and I was using Hyper-V to host my labs. There were some issues and I wiped and installed Windows 7 with VirtualBox for my labs. I like this setup better.
Most of my testing are tested using Linux like BackTrack but also use it to test new products and use it when I get certified in Microsoft products. I am familiar with Linux but not as much as I would like to be.
So, to my question/s.
Should I keep windows 7 as my host for my labs and Install Ubuntu as a virtual and get familiar with Linux or should I install Ubuntu and have Ubuntu ho
Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10