Debian of course.
That’s exactly how I installed it. Yesterday.
I really don’t get what @1cloud is after.
Using these: https://cloud-images.ubuntu.com
While there is a minimal image available, it’s not in the correct format for all clouds to initialise.
The virtual disks are about 500MB, how minimal does that sound?
I’ve been playing around with AlmaLinux recently, with the occasional quirk, but overall optimistic results. This is my current state of experimentation as of about an hour ago.
I never change nor major-version update OS’s without extensive testing (probably more than is needed) unless it’s an emergency sort of thing. I’m updating the results of this particular round of tests because I assume that some people may be interested, and the rest can look at the title and skip those threads.
You can read more about AlmaLinux here if you’re interested. It’s a project that Igor Seletskiy and his CloudLinux company are sponsoring. It’s in RC right now and is expected to be ready for production use in a few weeks.
Since the ISO download from Ubuntu is 1.1 GB, sounds pretty minimal.
Or who knows?
I’ll go and ask a few questions on a forum somewhere, perhaps someone might know.
Would be helpful if I could find a thread related to OS’s to use for Virtualmin too, any ideas on that?
Why you are being so completely, intentionally, and frustratingly obtuse is anybody’s guess. If I had to venture a guess myself, I’d say you’re just trying to sound smart when you really have no idea what you’re talking about.
There is only one Ubuntu Server 20.04 LTS installer. I don’t care where you get it, how big the file size/disk image/whatever you want to call it is.
There is only one.
DO NOT add any additional software options during the installation which is on the screen shot I posted before.
Then you will be running the base, bare bones Ubuntu Server 20.04 LTS software.
I can’t explain it any more simply than that.
Good luck in your search for whatever it is you’re looking for that I’m sure doesn’t exist.
I’m guessing this isn’t the right place to start asking about cloud-init then?
You need to start with a minimal installation. How it got on the machine is irrelevant. But in the time you’ve spent on this thread, you could have installed from ISO several times over.
Unless your host doesn’t allow that, of course, in which case I personally would find a new host. But to each their own, I guess.
I’ve already found a solution, will leave you boyz to it, hopefully you don’t get your ISO’s stuck together.
For anyone that’s interested the default Canonical cloud images appear to be minimal server installs.
Made an ESXi > Debian.
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