How to install

Appliance usage

Appliance requirements

Appliance documentation

Version supported

Ubuntu 17.04

Ubuntu 16.10

Ubuntu 16.04

Last updated
September 8, 2017

Contributors
Julien Duponchelle
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Last updated
September 8, 2017

Contributors
Julien Duponchelle
Edit this Article

Ubuntu appliance

Ubuntu is a full-featured Linux operating system which is based on Debian distribution and freely available with both community and professional support, it comes with Unity as its default desktop environment. There are other flavors of Ubuntu available with other desktops as default like Ubuntu Gnome, Lubuntu, Xubuntu, and so on. A tightly-integrated selection of excellent applications is included, and an incredible variety of add-on software is just a few clicks away. A default installation of Ubuntu contains a wide range of software that includes LibreOffice, Firefox, Empathy, Transmission, etc.

More informations on https://www.ubuntu.com/desktop

How to install

Appliance usage

Username: osboxes Password: osboxes.org

Appliance requirements

RAM: 1024 MB

You need KVM enable on your machine or in the GNS3 VM.

Appliance documentation

Documentation for using the appliance is available on https://help.ubuntu.com

Version supported

Ubuntu 17.04

Images require

File MD5 Size
Ubuntu_17.04-VM-64bit.vmdk 5c82d69c49ba08179e9a94901f67da1f 4792.0 MB Download

Ubuntu 16.10

Images require

File MD5 Size
Ubuntu_16.10_Yakkety-VM-64bit.vmdk c835f24dbb86f5f61c78d992ed38b6b1 9133.0 MB Download

Ubuntu 16.04

Images require

File MD5 Size
Ubuntu_16.04.3-VM-64bit.vmdk 45bccf63f2777e492f022dbf025f67d0 4302.0 MB Download

Other versions

If you don't have this images you can try to add a new version follow instructions here.