|the vmware appliance created in win2k is somewhat interesting because it is ~100mb - not certain about the licensing stuff here, however win2k was OEMable with vmware, so as long as the recipient has an extra license of win2k somewhere they should be ok...
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> Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2008 19:22:17 -0400
> Subject: [greenstone-devel] greenstone vmware appliance available
> Hi all,
> am working with vmware workstation and have a virtual appliance based on fedora core 7 32bit available for redistribution - it's a draft - only running the server not the remote gli etc... eventually would like to see a full stack
> 1) is anyone interested in this?
> 2) what is the development environment at waikato?
> 3) what's the best way to distribute this (torrent or ftp etc...?)
> fwiw i can make appliances in 32 bit, 64 bit one and two cores - let me know whether any of these systems are interesting - there's a similar tool available fedora + muradora
> Store, manage and share up to 5GB with Windows Live SkyDrive.
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