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Preinstalled virtual harddisks for VirtualBox

2017-04-24 12:35
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You can download them from the list. A howto for installing and configuring the virtual hard disks can be downloaded in German and English language. You need to download all parts of a VM, otherwise you could not extract the VM!

Newer VMs are available as OVF files.

User and password: Name of normal user: "test", password: "test", Name of administrator account: "root", password: "test"

In VirtualBox importieren

  • Datei mit 7-Zip entpacken (7-zip.org).
  • In VirtualBox: Datei → Appliance importieren (Strg + I).
  • Bei "Auswählen" die OVF/OVA-Datei auswählen.
  • Werte für die VM anpassen.
  • VM starten.

Import into VirtualBox

  • Extract the 7-Zip file (7-zip.org).
  • In VirtualBox: File → Import appliance (Ctrl + I).
  • Choose with "Choose" the OVF/OVA file.
  • Adjust the settings for the VM.
  • Start the VM.


  • Ubuntu 17.04 Budgie: Ubuntu17.04-Budgie.ova 1.6 GB
  • Dyson: Dyson.ova 2.0 GB
  • Ubuntu-Studio_16.04.ova: Ubuntu-Studio_16.04.ova 2.3 GB
    SHA256 sum:
    	3e1fd962056ad9a5af2f32b7c65c50b5dc8ad01027463837563c42c26dc079c8  Ubuntu-Studio_16.04.ova
    		
  • Lubuntu 16.04.1: Lubuntu_16.04.1.ova 1.2 GB
    SHA256 sum:
    	b5c4d2f298eb9abb40ef59f34b93c14a39a4775fbb72ba5eea8b95d67a7c41c6  Lubuntu_16.04.1.ova
    		
  • FreeDOS 1.2: FreeDOS 1.2.ova 10 MB
    SHA256 sum:
    	41f90dbb910fe279a0525d1b07e20f8d2168a0b3044cd0f84a230248b7871db8  FreeDOS 1.2.ova
    		
  • Debian 9 minimal: Debian 9 - minimal.ova 325 MB
  • Debian 9 with Mate desktop: Debian 9 - Mate.ova 1.3 GB
  • The Temple Operating System: templeos.ova 44MB
  • LinuxLounge 2016 i3 CloneZilla: LinuxLounge-2016-silber-i3.7z: Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 4 GB
    SHA256 sum:
    	074d3eca113863e2852e2fae781b3e055d9797cdbf1b0d872ad21b6ffdde4f83  LinuxLounge-2016-silber-i3.7z.001
    	04e72704ddb1f1c60a7cac9738f4d2c8e9af84242096105ea2d4c9a96b3c25a1  LinuxLounge-2016-silber-i3.7z.002
    	5db561d37a437b1589541d02a6e8f27b7d0eacb8b77dc4be6c348d7e6d403b14  LinuxLounge-2016-silber-i3.7z.003
    	a6eb79465e59b0fecb258a44842d7900f1728f75b55c8af07b9e0e3c1f8dec6d  LinuxLounge-2016-silber-i3.7z.004
    	7d15a171145ccb5b29ac968e038f42be1986e556e08269bf9368fb24691ffb01  LinuxLounge-2016-silber-i3.7z.005
    	620c65a9acc10aab0e2e5ca01acb6fab1a86f5c0e8f5d9b89c32dc38ff392adf  LinuxLounge-2016-silber-i3.7z.006
    	30736c4b1dc11231ace9dfaa7076028ada789c4df232f11c2e6448e29dea477a  LinuxLounge-2016-silber-i3.7z.007
    	8b7a4fdc6b90d44926a932d400dc8695f1b1726f64b30fcdf8a6da1f4cedb185  LinuxLounge-2016-silber-i3.7z.008
    	7a99188f58dea6931271f67052c5e59e371bdc65d53137730d50bfc17c9bfbef  LinuxLounge-2016-silber-i3.7z.009
    		
  • m23 client from 2007: m23-2007-05-16-duron.ova 400MB GB
    SHA256 sum:
    	aa58dfaa20b776fd2adefb76f46da18576578fc8de04e2580b3ed8ea0246ab58  m23-2007-05-16-duron.ova
    		
    YouTube video showing the client and installed desktop: Video
  • Q4OS: q4os.ova 1.4 GB
    SHA256 sum:
    	eed9d302532be01aebb7992960fe134ceeb4dbf3155d23f71c977d1f6ff4d050  q4os.ova
    		
  • LinuxLounge 2015 i3 CloneZilla: LinuxLounge-i3-2015.7z: Parts 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. 4 GB
    MD5 sums:
    	ef4bcfcbe99483054b74242557482edb  LinuxLounge-i3-2015.7z.001
    	5efbf2e0fb9c706f34b68ac2da2e6fd2  LinuxLounge-i3-2015.7z.002
    	15424c82e0b88d8e21b9bfa89cb55d79  LinuxLounge-i3-2015.7z.003
    	588878af3d76c27cc61de4af16ace5db  LinuxLounge-i3-2015.7z.004
    	3619f3c4c9813534962cd8534d947e1a  LinuxLounge-i3-2015.7z.005
    		
  • Kubuntu 15.10 Beta 1: Kubuntu 15.10 Beta1.ova 2.0 GB
  • Kubuntu 15.04: Kubuntu 15.04.ova 2.2 GB
  • Kubuntu 14.04: Kubuntu 14.04.ova 2.2 GB
  • Ubuntu 14.04 with Google's DeepDream: deepdream.ova 1.6 GB (MD5: eb586132f11ad1d1d43d19b7d94e277f)
    This VM includes a ready-to-use installation of Google's DeepDream. With it you can create very strange pictures like this resulting picture that was generated from this photo by the neural networks of DeepDream.
  • elementaryOS 0.3 Freya: elementaryOS-Freya.ova 1.2 GB (MD5: b7061abc882cd8e9d1f949612c131d78)
  • Debian 8 64 bit UEFI: Debian 8 UEFI.ova 343 MB (MD5: 66b779f715bd6b683a3e18a445213fb1)
  • Red Star Linux 3.0: Red Star 3.0.ova 2.2 GB (MD5: 94e7cb9572c36fb8341e30b862598ed7)
  • Minimalistic Debian 7 with nginx and PHP5 FastCGI: Debian_7_nginx.ova 521.6 MB (MD5: 91fddfa3e8a31d7073dc4227dd3a192c)
  • Debian 8 (Preview) installed with Beta 2 Installer: Debian_8_Beta_2_Installer.ova 2.3 GB (MD5: 558e7e292d4026e28bf1ab721f473a8b)
    Includes differents desktops: KDE, XFCE, Mate, ...
  • Linux Mint 17 - Cinnamon: Linux Mint 17 - Cinnamon.ova 1.8 GB (MD5: 6729d96c58a072e06664464834d5ac2b)
  • Linux Mint 17 - Mate: Linux Mint 17 - Mate.ova 2.3 GB
  • Lubuntu 14.04 LTS: Lubuntu 14.04 LTS.ova 837 MB
  • BookArtVM: BookArtVM.7z 546 MB
    A virtual machine with Debian 7 and Xfce, which is preconfigured to make making book folding art easy. It contains everything necessary to make book folding art, with no excess software. Root password: test, username: bookartist, user password: test.
  • Debian Wheezy - Minimal installation / textmode: Debian7-Wheezy-Minimal.7z 332 MB
  • Mageia 4 (all desktops): 1 537 MB
    2 537 MB
    3 537 MB
    4 352 MB
  • Ubuntu LTS 12.04 Desktop: 1 2 900 MB
  • Linux Mint 15 - Cinnamon: LinuxMint15-Cinnamon.ova 1.9 GB
  • OpenIndiana Build 151.1.7 x86 32 bit: 1 537 MB
    2 537 MB
    3 213 MB
    root password is "asdasd23".
  • Mageia 2 (KDE): Mageia2.ova 441 MB
  • Debian Squeeze with OpenOLAT 8.2.1: 1 2 816 MB
    (Hint: IP is 192.168.1.27, gateway 192.168.1.5, DNS1 85.88.19.10, DNS2 83.169.185.225. You man want to remove the SSH key from the m23 server (delete /root/.ssh/authorized_keys). OpenOLAT is available under: http://192.168.1.27:8080/openolat)
    Extra users and passwords
    • Tomcat Manager Application: User: tomcat, Password: test
    • OpenOLAT administrator: Username: administrator, Password: openolat
    • OpenOLAT user: Username: lehrer, Password: test123
  • Debian Lenny with ELDK 4.1 preconfigured for mipsel with 2.6.21.3PNX8550 kernel: 1 2 3 1.5 GB
    (Hint: IP is 192.168.1.34, gateway 192.168.1.5, DNS 134.245.10.36)
  • Mageia (KDE): 1 2 1 GB
  • Mageia (Gnome): 1 2 920 MB
  • archlinux: 1 2 3 4 1.8 GB
  • Debian 6.0.1a "Squeeze" - Minimal installation: Debian-Squeeze-6.0.1a.7z 302 MB
  • Debian 5.0.8 "Lenny" - Minimal installation with static IP and SSH: Debian-5.0-minimal-static-ip.7z 185 MB
    (Hint: IP is 192.168.1.24, gateway 192.168.1.5, DNS 134.245.10.36)
  • Linux Mint Debian Edition + Hibiscus + KMyMoney: 1 2 1.5 GB
  • Linux Mint Debian Edition + Hibiscus: LinuxMintDebianEdition+Hibiscus.7z 1.3 GB
  • OpenIndiana Build 148 x86 32 bit: 1 2 3 1.5 GB
    Password is "test23".
  • Debian 5.06 64 bit: Debian_Lenny-5.06-Minimal-Development-Static-IP.7z 270 MB
    This contains some development libraries. Actual libraries and headers for building 64 bit VirtualBox OSE packages.
  • Ubuntu 10.10: Ubuntu_10.10.7z 1.0 GB
  • Mandriva Spring 2010: Mandriva Spring 2010.7z 1.4 GB
  • Linux Mint 9: LinuxMint9.7z.00* 1 2 3 4 5 2.1 GB
  • Debian 5.0 "Lenny" - Minimal installation with static IP and SSH: Debian-5.0-minimal-static-ip.7z 183 MB
    (Hint: IP is 192.168.1.24, gateway 192.168.1.5, DNS 134.245.10.36)
  • Debian 5.0 "Lenny" - Minimal installation with dynamic IP: Debian-5.0-minimal.7z 178 MB
  • Linux Mint 8: Linux_Mint8.7z 1 GB (OVF file)
  • Debian 5.0 "Lenny" + KDE, Gnome and XFce: Debian_Lenny_5.0+KDE+Gnome+XFce.7z.* 1 2 3 1.4 GB
  • Gentoo (2009-12-07): gentoo+xfce4+kde.7z.00* 1 2 3 4 5 2 GB
    (Hint: With KDE and XFce desktop, but X not starting AND as OVF file.)
  • Minimal Gentoo installation (2009-12-06): gentoo-minimal-20091206.7z 409 MB (OVF file)
  • Open Solaris 0906: OpenSolaris0906.7z.00* 1 2 3 4 1,5 GB (OVF file)
  • Ubuntu Netbook Remix 9.10: UbuntuNetbookRemix.7z.00* 1 2 765 MB (OVF file)
  • FreeDOS: FreeDOS2.7z 80 MB
  • Haiku: Haiku.7z 93 MB

AaiN-VM (Anonym arbeiten im Netz-VM - Work anonymously in the net)

2010-06-18 12:45
Twitter article

Einleitung

Die AaiN-VM (Anonym arbeiten im Netz-VM) ist eine virtuelle Maschine, in der eine Reihe von Programmen vorinstalliert sind, die ein sicheres und anonymes Arbeiten im Internet erlauben. Die enthaltene Software ist freie Software, sodaß die AaiN-VM weitergegeben und nach belieben modifiziert werden kann. Mittels der freien Virtualisierungssoftware VirtualBox kann die AaiN-VM auf den Betriebssystemen Linux, Windows, Mac OS X, FreeBSD oder Solaris ausgeführt werden. Die Mitnahme der AaiN-VM – auf beispielsweise einem USB-Stick – ermöglicht eine einfache Mitnahme, sodaß man unabhängig von den lokal installierten Programmen immer die persönliche Arbeitsumgebung vorfindet.

Die Benutzung der AaiN-VM und der enthaltenen Programme geschieht auf eigene Gefahr.

In der AaiN-VM sind neben den gängigen Internetanwendungen wie einem Webbrowser (Firefox/Iceweasel), einem eMail-Client (Thunderbird/Icedove) und der Chat-Software Pidgin auch Office-Programme (OpenOffice.org, Abiword), Grafik- (gtThumb, The Gimp) und Multimediaanwendungen zum Abspielen der gängigsten Audio- und Videoformate (audacious, xine) an Bord. Die Anonymisierung der Verbindungsdaten übernimmt die TOR-Software. In der AaiN-VM sind zudem die VirtualBox-Gasterweiterungen installiert, sodaß sich Daten mittels VirtualBox-Dateifreigabe und Zwischenablage zwischen dem Wirtsrechner und der AaiN-VM austauschen lassen. Ein nahtloser Modus kann zudem die Fenster der in der VM ausgeführten Anwendungen aus dem VirtualBox-Fenster herauslösen, sodaß diese wie normale Anwendungen erscheinen.

Weitere Informationen, Aktualisierungen, ...

Die AaiN-VM ist ein virtueller Wunschrechner, der von goos-habermann.de zusammengestellt wurde. goos-habermann.de bietet Dienstleistungen und Softwareentwicklung zu dem Softwareverteilungssystem m23 und anderen OpenSource-Produkten an. Ein breitfächertes Beratung- und Schulungsangebot zu m23, Linux, OpenSource, HTML, PHP + MySQL und Skriptprogrammierung rundet die Angebotspalette ab.

Introduction

The AaiN VM (Anonym arbeiten im Netz-VM – Work anonymously in the net) is a virtual machine, that has some applications preinstalled. These applications can be used to work anonymously in the net. The included software is free software and so it is allowed to modify an distribute the AaiN VM. AaiN VM runs in the free virtualisation software VirtualBox that can be run under the operating systems Linux, Windows, Mac OS X, FreeBSD or Solaris. If you put it for example on an USB stick, the AaiN is your worksplace to go. You will find the applications of your AaiN VM independently from the locally installed operating system or software.

The usage of the AaiM VM and the included software is at your onw risk.

The AaiN VM includes internet applications like a webbrowser (Firefox/Iceweasel), an eMail client (Thunderbird/Icedove) and the chat software Pidgin. There are office suites (OpenOffice.org, Abiword) and graphic (gtThumb, The Gimp) and multimedia tools for playing the most common audio and video formats (audacious, xine) too. Anonymisation of the connection is reached via the TOR software. The guest addons are installed in the AaiN VM to allow easy file and clipboard transfer from and to the AaiN-VM. A seamless mode is included too, that can display the windows of in the AaiN VM executed applications like locally executed software.

Additional information, updates, ...

The AaiN VM is a requested virtual computer (German: "virtueller Wunschrechner") that was assembled and programmed by goos-habermann.de. goos-habermann.de offers services and software development for the m23 softwaredistribution system and other OpenSource applications. A variety of consulting and training offers for m23, Linux, OpenSource, HTML, PHP + MySQL and scriptprogramming too.

Your help is needed

There is currently no English translation of the installation guide and the installation tool available. Please contact me, if you you would like to translate via mail: hhabermann <attt> pc-kiel <poooooint> de

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Web VM

2010-06-20 16:29
Twitter article



Die Web VM ist eine vorinstallierte virtuelle Maschine mit Debian 5.0, die einen Apache-Webserver, die MySQL-Datenbank, PHP und weitere für einen Webserver benötigte Komponenten enthält.

Einstellungen ändern

Als root aufrufen: /setup/setup Zum ändern von:
  • IP
  • Netzwerk
  • Broadcast
  • Gateway
  • DNS-Server
  • SSL-Zertifikat
  • SSH-Schlüssel
  • MySQL-Paßwörter
  • System-Paßwörter

Voreinstellungen

Systembenutzer

  • Name: root, Paßwort: test
  • Name: test, Paßwort: test

Netzwerkeinstellungen

  • address 192.168.1.121
  • netmask 255.255.255.0
  • network 192.168.1.0
  • broadcast 192.168.1.255
  • gateway 192.168.1.5
  • DNS 192.168.1.77

Webserver

  • Webserver-Benutzer: www-data
  • Verzeichnis: /var/www
  • Testseite: https://192.168.1.121/test.php

Datenbank

Datenbankbenutzer

Dieser Benutzer kann für den späteren Gebrauch durch PHP-Skripte verwendet werden.
  • Kann nur SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE auf localhost
  • Benutzer: webvm
  • Paßwort: test

Vollzugriff

Nur für die Administration verwenden.
  • Benutzer (Vollzugriff): root
  • Paßwort: test

phpMyAdmin

  • Benutzer siehe unter "Vollzugriff"
  • http://192.168.1.121/phpmyadmin
The Web VM is a pre-installed virtual machine with Debian 5.0, that contains an Apache webserver, the MySQL database, PHP and some other components that are needed for a webserver.

Changing the settings

Run as root: /setup/setup This changes:
  • IP
  • Network
  • Broadcast
  • Gateway
  • DNS server
  • SSL certificate
  • SSH key
  • MySQL password
  • System password

Default values

System users

  • Name: root, password: test
  • Name: test, password: test

Networksettings

  • address 192.168.1.121
  • netmask 255.255.255.0
  • network 192.168.1.0
  • broadcast 192.168.1.255
  • gateway 192.168.1.5
  • DNS 192.168.1.77

Webserver

  • Webserver user: www-data
  • Directory: /var/www
  • Test page: https://192.168.1.121/test.php

Database

Datenbank user

This user can be used for your own PHP scripts.
  • Only SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE on localhost
  • User: webvm
  • password: test

Full access

Use for administration only.
  • User (full access): root
  • password: test

phpMyAdmin

  • Userinfo is listed under "Full access"
  • http://192.168.1.121/phpmyadmin

Download

Download the OVF for the Web VM here 208 MB.

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