Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal) [20121017]

Cloud image

The Ubuntu Cloud image can be run on your personal Ubuntu Cloud, or modified, rebundled and uploaded to Amazon EC2. For further instruction on setting up a personal Ubuntu Cloud, see Getting Started with Ubuntu Cloud

There are three images available, each for a different type of computer:

32-bit Cloud image
For almost all PCs. This includes most machines with Intel/AMD/etc type processors and almost all computers that run Microsoft Windows, as well as newer Apple Macintosh systems based on Intel processors. Choose this if you are at all unsure.
64-bit Cloud image
Choose this to take full advantage of computers based on the AMD64 or EM64T architecture (e.g., Athlon64, Opteron, EM64T Xeon, Core 2). If you have a non-64-bit processor made by AMD, or if you need full support for 32-bit code, use the Intel x86 images instead.
32-bit ARMHF Cloud image
For ARMv7 processors and above. Userland is compiled with Hard Float on.

Amazon EC2 Published AMIs

The images have been published to Amazon EC2, and can be used immediately with no need to download anything. See the table below for the AMI ids. For further instruction on getting started with Amazon EC2, see the EC2 Starters Guide.

Region

arch

root store

ami

ec2 command

ap-northeast-1

64-bit

ebs

ami-3c07b83d

ec2-run-instances ami-3c07b83d -t t1.micro --region ap-northeast-1 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_AP_NORTHEAST_1}

ap-northeast-1

64-bit

instance

ami-0407b805

ec2-run-instances ami-0407b805 -t m1.small --region ap-northeast-1 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_AP_NORTHEAST_1}

ap-northeast-1

32-bit

ebs

ami-3a07b83b

ec2-run-instances ami-3a07b83b -t t1.micro --region ap-northeast-1 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_AP_NORTHEAST_1}

ap-northeast-1

32-bit

instance

ami-7008b771

ec2-run-instances ami-7008b771 -t m1.small --region ap-northeast-1 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_AP_NORTHEAST_1}

ap-southeast-1

64-bit

ebs

ami-8ed393dc

ec2-run-instances ami-8ed393dc -t t1.micro --region ap-southeast-1 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_AP_SOUTHEAST_1}

ap-southeast-1

64-bit

instance

ami-e6d393b4

ec2-run-instances ami-e6d393b4 -t m1.small --region ap-southeast-1 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_AP_SOUTHEAST_1}

ap-southeast-1

32-bit

ebs

ami-88d393da

ec2-run-instances ami-88d393da -t t1.micro --region ap-southeast-1 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_AP_SOUTHEAST_1}

ap-southeast-1

32-bit

instance

ami-28d3937a

ec2-run-instances ami-28d3937a -t m1.small --region ap-southeast-1 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_AP_SOUTHEAST_1}

ap-southeast-2

64-bit

ebs

ami-df8611e5

ec2-run-instances ami-df8611e5 -t t1.micro --region ap-southeast-2 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_AP_SOUTHEAST_2}

ap-southeast-2

64-bit

instance

ami-db8611e1

ec2-run-instances ami-db8611e1 -t m1.small --region ap-southeast-2 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_AP_SOUTHEAST_2}

ap-southeast-2

32-bit

ebs

ami-d98611e3

ec2-run-instances ami-d98611e3 -t t1.micro --region ap-southeast-2 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_AP_SOUTHEAST_2}

ap-southeast-2

32-bit

instance

ami-e38611d9

ec2-run-instances ami-e38611d9 -t m1.small --region ap-southeast-2 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_AP_SOUTHEAST_2}

eu-west-1

64-bit

ebs

ami-e9eded9d

ec2-run-instances ami-e9eded9d -t t1.micro --region eu-west-1 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_EU_WEST_1}

eu-west-1

64-bit

hvm

ami-ebeded9f

ec2-run-instances ami-ebeded9f -t cc1.4xlarge --region eu-west-1 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_EU_WEST_1}

eu-west-1

64-bit

instance

ami-69eded1d

ec2-run-instances ami-69eded1d -t m1.small --region eu-west-1 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_EU_WEST_1}

eu-west-1

32-bit

ebs

ami-efeded9b

ec2-run-instances ami-efeded9b -t t1.micro --region eu-west-1 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_EU_WEST_1}

eu-west-1

32-bit

instance

ami-b5ececc1

ec2-run-instances ami-b5ececc1 -t m1.small --region eu-west-1 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_EU_WEST_1}

sa-east-1

64-bit

ebs

ami-cc30e9d1

ec2-run-instances ami-cc30e9d1 -t t1.micro --region sa-east-1 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_SA_EAST_1}

sa-east-1

64-bit

instance

ami-d030e9cd

ec2-run-instances ami-d030e9cd -t m1.small --region sa-east-1 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_SA_EAST_1}

sa-east-1

32-bit

ebs

ami-d230e9cf

ec2-run-instances ami-d230e9cf -t t1.micro --region sa-east-1 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_SA_EAST_1}

sa-east-1

32-bit

instance

ami-b230e9af

ec2-run-instances ami-b230e9af -t m1.small --region sa-east-1 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_SA_EAST_1}

us-east-1

64-bit

ebs

ami-9465dbfd

ec2-run-instances ami-9465dbfd -t t1.micro --region us-east-1 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_US_EAST_1}

us-east-1

64-bit

hvm

ami-9665dbff

ec2-run-instances ami-9665dbff -t cc1.4xlarge --region us-east-1 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_US_EAST_1}

us-east-1

64-bit

instance

ami-e864da81

ec2-run-instances ami-e864da81 -t m1.small --region us-east-1 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_US_EAST_1}

us-east-1

32-bit

ebs

ami-9265dbfb

ec2-run-instances ami-9265dbfb -t t1.micro --region us-east-1 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_US_EAST_1}

us-east-1

32-bit

instance

ami-dc66d8b5

ec2-run-instances ami-dc66d8b5 -t m1.small --region us-east-1 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_US_EAST_1}

us-west-1

64-bit

ebs

ami-8f83a4ca

ec2-run-instances ami-8f83a4ca -t t1.micro --region us-west-1 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_US_WEST_1}

us-west-1

64-bit

instance

ami-fd83a4b8

ec2-run-instances ami-fd83a4b8 -t m1.small --region us-west-1 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_US_WEST_1}

us-west-1

32-bit

ebs

ami-8d83a4c8

ec2-run-instances ami-8d83a4c8 -t t1.micro --region us-west-1 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_US_WEST_1}

us-west-1

32-bit

instance

ami-0983a44c

ec2-run-instances ami-0983a44c -t m1.small --region us-west-1 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_US_WEST_1}

us-west-2

64-bit

ebs

ami-40f97070

ec2-run-instances ami-40f97070 -t t1.micro --region us-west-2 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_US_WEST_2}

us-west-2

64-bit

hvm

ami-42f97072

ec2-run-instances ami-42f97072 -t cc1.4xlarge --region us-west-2 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_US_WEST_2}

us-west-2

64-bit

instance

ami-50f97060

ec2-run-instances ami-50f97060 -t m1.small --region us-west-2 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_US_WEST_2}

us-west-2

32-bit

ebs

ami-5ef9706e

ec2-run-instances ami-5ef9706e -t t1.micro --region us-west-2 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_US_WEST_2}

us-west-2

32-bit

instance

ami-00f97030

ec2-run-instances ami-00f97030 -t m1.small --region us-west-2 --key ${EC2_KEYPAIR_US_WEST_2}

A full list of available files can be found below.

Icon  Name                                               Last modified      Size  Description
[DIR] Parent Directory - [   ] MD5SUMS 18-Oct-2012 14:49 705 [   ] MD5SUMS.gpg 18-Oct-2012 14:49 836 [   ] SHA1SUMS 18-Oct-2012 14:49 777 [   ] SHA1SUMS.gpg 18-Oct-2012 14:49 836 [   ] SHA256SUMS 18-Oct-2012 14:49 1.0K [   ] SHA256SUMS.gpg 18-Oct-2012 14:49 836 [TXT] published-ec2-release.txt.orig 17-Oct-2012 16:15 4.6K Released Image [TXT] tool-version-info.txt 17-Oct-2012 01:28 7.8K [   ] ubuntu-12.10-server-cloudimg-amd64-disk1.img 17-Oct-2012 01:33 210M Cloud image for 64-bit computers (QCOW2 disk image file for use with QEMU and KVM) [TXT] ubuntu-12.10-server-cloudimg-amd64-kernel-info.txt 17-Oct-2012 01:33 118 Ubuntu Server 12.10 (Quantal Queztal) released builds [END OF LIFE - For archive refrence-only] [   ] ubuntu-12.10-server-cloudimg-amd64-root.tar.gz 17-Oct-2012 01:32 189M Cloud image for 64-bit computers (compressed tar file of /) [TXT] ubuntu-12.10-server-cloudimg-amd64.manifest 17-Oct-2012 01:33 11K Cloud image for 64-bit computers (contents of live filesystem) [   ] ubuntu-12.10-server-cloudimg-amd64.ovf 18-Oct-2012 14:49 7.0K Cloud image for 64-bit computers (Open Virtualiztion Format file) [   ] ubuntu-12.10-server-cloudimg-amd64.tar.gz 17-Oct-2012 01:32 195M Cloud image for 64-bit computers (Cloud Image/EC2 tarball) [   ] ubuntu-12.10-server-cloudimg-armhf-disk1.img 17-Oct-2012 01:55 224M Cloud image for 32-bit ARMHF computers (QCOW2 disk image file for use with QEMU and KVM) [TXT] ubuntu-12.10-server-cloudimg-armhf-kernel-info.txt 17-Oct-2012 01:55 109 Ubuntu Server 12.10 (Quantal Queztal) released builds [END OF LIFE - For archive refrence-only] [   ] ubuntu-12.10-server-cloudimg-armhf-root.tar.gz 17-Oct-2012 01:49 202M Cloud image for 32-bit ARMHF computers (compressed tar file of /) [TXT] ubuntu-12.10-server-cloudimg-armhf.manifest 17-Oct-2012 01:55 11K Cloud image for 32-bit ARMHF computers (contents of live filesystem) [   ] ubuntu-12.10-server-cloudimg-armhf.tar.gz 17-Oct-2012 01:50 206M Cloud image for 32-bit ARMHF computers (Cloud Image/EC2 tarball) [   ] ubuntu-12.10-server-cloudimg-i386-disk1.img 17-Oct-2012 01:33 208M Cloud image for 32-bit computers (QCOW2 disk image file for use with QEMU and KVM) [TXT] ubuntu-12.10-server-cloudimg-i386-kernel-info.txt 17-Oct-2012 01:33 116 Ubuntu Server 12.10 (Quantal Queztal) released builds [END OF LIFE - For archive refrence-only] [   ] ubuntu-12.10-server-cloudimg-i386-root.tar.gz 17-Oct-2012 01:32 187M Cloud image for 32-bit computers (compressed tar file of /) [TXT] ubuntu-12.10-server-cloudimg-i386.manifest 17-Oct-2012 01:33 11K Cloud image for 32-bit computers (contents of live filesystem) [   ] ubuntu-12.10-server-cloudimg-i386.ovf 18-Oct-2012 14:49 7.0K Cloud image for 32-bit computers (Open Virtualiztion Format file) [   ] ubuntu-12.10-server-cloudimg-i386.tar.gz 17-Oct-2012 01:33 193M Cloud image for 32-bit computers (Cloud Image/EC2 tarball) [DIR] unpacked/ 22-Jan-2015 23:49 -