On 23/Jan/2009 22:44 Jamie Cameron <jcameron@...> wrote ..
> On 22/Feb/2008 17:04 Jamie Cameron wrote ..
> > On 03/Nov/2007 16:16 Jamie Cameron wrote ..
> > > On 7/Aug/2007 16:18 Jamie Cameron wrote ..
> > > > Hi Webmin and Virtualmin users,
> > > >
> > > > Anyone who has an Amazon EC2 account and wants to try out Virtualmin GPL
> > > > or simply avoid the setup process can now use the EC2 AMI that I have just
> > > > created.
> > > >
> > > > The AMI ID is ami-6ee70207, and full instructions on how to start using
> > > > it are available at http://www.webmin.com/ec2.html
> > > >
> > > > For those who don't know, EC2 is a relatively new service from Amazon that
> > > > lets you 'rent' virtual Linux systems by the hour. This is often cheaper
> > > > has less administrative overhead than buying or leasing a real dedicated
> > > > in a datacenter.
> > >
> > > This EC2 AMI has been updated again to use the latest version of Virtualmin
> > > release 3.48. The new ID is ami-53cc293a, which you need to use when creating
> > > an instance from the image.
> > I've updated this AMI yet again, to Virtualmin 3.52, Webmin 1.401 and new versions
> > for several other apps and plugins. The new AMI is ami-750de81c
> And if you use EC2 in Europe, the same image is available over there too, with
> ID ami-dc1a32a8. When using the EC2 command line tools, you will need to set the
> EC2_URL environment variable to https://eu-west-1.ec2.amazonaws.com to connect
> to their European servers.
Now that Amazon has California and Southeast Asia regions, I've created AMIs for
Virtualmin there as well. The full list of AMIs and regions now available is :
Region Operating System AMI
-------------- ---------------- ------------
US East CentOS ami-7c1df915
US East Debian ami-dd13f7b4
US West CentOS ami-d389d896
Europe CentOS ami-dc1a32a8
Southeast Asia CentOS ami-ffe699ad