Posted by Dustin Kirkland // October 7th, 2011 // Uncategorized
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I want that USB Stick!
Finally. hope get a chance to test it!
This is fantastic. Thanks to you and everyone else for the effort that has gone into this. A remarkable feat for sure.
I can’t find the demo video you mentioned anywhere? Can you post it here or link to it because I’d love to take a look! Thanks!
It should be coming out soon .. The Oneiric release is making everyone busy though .. hold on
how you all make that ? ? ?
The Ubuntu magic
Yeah I need such a USBsteack for my ubuntu backup
Yeah, I’d so love an Ubuntu Branded USB stick, oh and the software too of course 😉
Cool stuff! Can’t wait to finish my current projects and try it !
$ testdrive -u ./binary.img
ERROR: Invalid ISO URL [./binary.img]
$ testdrive -u file://./binary.img
INFO: Launching Virtual Machine…
No bootable device
Also, no success with VirtualBox nor Parallel Desktop
hmm, it seems testdrive needs an iso file, so that part might have had a mistake. Anyway, I downloaded the image and could run it fine with
sudo kvm -hda binary.img -m 1024
Does that work for you
Thanks, IT WORKS!
A very interesting proposal, since ubuntu has grown in complexity to boot from the thumb drive has become unviable. I was just frustrated that only run in 64 bit, I would be interested in a version for 32.
For everyone wanting to spin up a 32bit version .. ofcourse all the tools are open sourced, anyone interested to step up and try spinning that 32bit image? Let me know and I’ll try to help Enjoy folks
Thank you for your solution. It’s easy to evaluate Diablo (nova & glance), because packages and configuration are realized. But, I would like to have as the solution devops, the Web management console OpenStack-Dashboard. Are there plans to integrate it? Otherwise, the installation is the same as for the release Cactus?
The dashboard was removed just before release because it was “not-ready”. From comments I heard, it’s just not working correctly and is too buggy at this stage. You can expect to have it back in the next release though
Ok, we can use to manage VM, via hybridfox. There remains space on the drive via LVM to manage blocks of data, such as EBS?
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