New images for Ubuntu, Kubuntu and Archlinux

At long last I have been able to upload these new images:

Note that the Archlinux image is actually split in two torrents. From now on, every OVA larger than 1,9 GBytes will be split in several pieces, as I have found that bigger files have an extremely high chance of error in uploads to my Amazon S3 bucket (I don’t know the reason at the moment, and have no time to investigate further).

This is not a definite truth, as I have been able to successfully upload the 2.5 GBytes Archlinux OVA without any splitting, so if you have any clues, I would like to hear from you through the contact form.

Enjoy!

Troubles uploading new images to Amazon S3

Hi there,
I am experiencing severe troubles in uploading new images to Amazon S3 (upload regularly break midway), including some contributed ones.
I had to stop trying for several days as I have been busy, but I will do it again from tonight (GMT+1) on.

In the meantime, we would like you to suggest through our Contact forms other cloud storage providers, if any, that:

  1. Provide multi-user access
  2. Can act as BitTorrent seeding machine for files (to ease our bills)

Thank you.

Fedora 19 GNOME x86 OVA appliance available

A Fedora 19 GNOME OVA appliance for the x86 (32-bit) architecture is available for download through this torrent link.

Active username/password couples are root/toor and fedora/reverse.

BitTorrent only releases from now on

From now on, every new release will be done exclusively through BitTorrent.
With the money we have been earning through the ads running in this site we have generated enough income to pay for permanent BitTorrent tracking & seeding for new images, as SourceForge upload have failed more than once.

We ask you to keep seeding the images you have downloaded as long as you can, to make downloads faster and ease our data costs.

New image releases: Icaros Desktop 1.5, OpenSUSE 12.2 from the community

Hi there,

we now have an OpenSUSE 12.2 and an Icaros Desktop 1.5 images, thanks to Dennis Schneck and Timothy Deters, respectively.