Tech Distro Own cloud.

 

 

TECH DISTRO Cloud

 
 
Based on openSUSE 32-bit x86

ownCloud in a box packages ownCloud as an appliance, so you can easily run it in a virtual environment, as a live system or install it on a disk.

Run the appliance, go to http://[yourservername]/owncloud and login as admin with the password owncloud42. Change the password in the admin interface and use the URL, which is shown there to access ownCloud via WebDAV.

Also remember to change the root password of the system after the appliance has booted.

 

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USB & disk image

This is an image of your disk, ready to be written to either a USB drive or your hard disk. When written, it will erase all data on a disk. During the first boot, your partition will bee automatically resized to fill available space.

ISO image

Burn this ISO file to a DVD (or CD, if the space allows), and you'll be able to boot directly from the disc.

Preload ISO

A bootable ISO containing the appliance disk image. Boots into a simple graphical environment and prompts for confirmation before writing the image onto the hard drive. Useful for performing automated system installs/preloads.

Warning: Overwrites all data on the target hard drive.

 

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Preload ISO, 236 MB, i686
MD5: dd1dcb30725f6d90dc5cbcd46ce9cf15

Open Virtualization Format (OVF)

The OVF format is an open standard for packaging and distributing virtual appliances. It is not tied to any particular hypervisor or system architecture.

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OVF Image, 205 MB, i686
MD5: a055d47659a33a50181a3fbdbecfc2c1

VMware / VirtualBox / KVM image

Whether you use VMware, VirtualBox, or KVM, this vmdk is a ready-to-use virtual appliance.

Virtual Hard Disk

This image includes special extensions to run on Microsoft Hyper-V Server or Windows Virtual PC.

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Virtual Hard Disk, 188 MB, i686
MD5: 99b56b69826a3869dc5bc57712703729

Xen guest image

This Xen guest image is ready to run on a Xen hypervisor host.

Amazon EC2 image

Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) is a web service that provides resizable compute capacity in the cloud. It is designed to make web-scale computing easier for developers.

This Amazon EC2 image can be uploaded and registered as an Amazon Machine Image (AMI).

 

Release notes

 

TECH DISTRO ownCloud in a box packages ownCloud as an appliance, so you can easily run it in a virtual environment, as a live system or install it on a disk.

Run the appliance, go to http://[yourservername]/owncloud and login as admin with the password owncloud42. Change the password in the admin interface and use the URL, which is shown there to access ownCloud via WebDAV.

Also remember to change the root password of the system after the appliance has booted.

 

Technical Details

Appliance configuration

Basic settings

Keyboard: english-us
Time zone: Europe/Berlin
Language: en_US.UTF-8
Network: manual
Firewall: enabled

Software

1 patterns, 208 packages 
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