Ubuntu’s vmbuilder Script

One of the coolest features of Ubuntu on servers is vmbuilder, which makes it super-easy to roll out guest machines.  Here’s a look at this tool, and some thoughts on where it fits in to Ubuntu’s enterprise strategy.

If you’ve ever administered a virtual server, you’ll like agree that virtualization is great, but actually creating virtual machines is not always fun.  The traditional approach, which involves building a disk image, booting it to a CD or ISO file and then running an interactive installer, takes a long time and requires having installation media on-hand.

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