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I'm using VMware Studio 2 to create virtual appliances. Now we want to make an appliance of a 64 bit Ubuntu distro, but it's not in the template list, like Redhat 64bit and CentOS 64bit. Is there a way to do this?

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There should be an option saying something like "DEB" or "Debian" as opposed to the RPM builds for the RHEL/CentOS ones you've already done, that's certainly how you do it from a command line.

Here's a link to the dev guide.

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Use a generic Linux 64

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