Would anybody be interested in some ready-to-fly "Virtual Appliances" with all of the right tools / build environment / etc... set-up and working?

If so what would be important things to include in such an appliance?

-- Cole Christensen

On Tue, Jun 29, 2010 at 10:16 PM, Alex Gibson <alxx@alexthegeek.com> wrote:
On 30/06/2010 2:23 AM, delpfeb@gmail.com wrote:
> This where part of my confusion is. Does OE and bitbake Need psyco
> I was under the impression that psyco is a way of running python faster.
> It seems to me that since most modern computers are x64. Based why not
> make a new archive for installing OE and bitbake onto ubuntu 10.0.4?

I'm setting a couple of vm's for people in different departments here,
fedora based  if you would like I can put one tarred up on my staff page
or my own site.
Also doing one for students to use on our virtual machine cluster server.

Someone posted the links to a ubuntu vm hosted on amazon a while back.

The fedora ones will be the basics installed but before the first run of
bit bake.
Probably be around a 5-7GB tarred virtual box vm.
Will be tested before making it a available.

Also doing a vmware version.

Won't be available before friday Sydney time (AEST)


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