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Seems from the chatter I found on the web that there is a way to install a Eucalyptus on Ubuntu Cloud using a single machine (with some limits on using EBS storage and managed networking).

Does anyone know of a tutorial or a how-to page that can lead me through such an install?

Thanks for all your help.

Bye, RaamEE-IL

My current status is that I have a single server with quad-core and 8GB of memory which is running Ubuntu Cloud (UEC) 10.04 and Eucalyptus 2.00.

I can't run instances of images I uploaded. I get an error "FinishedVerify: Not enough resources (0 < 1: vm instances."


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