We’ve been providing our own custom-built Fedora images for a while now but we’re very happy to see that Fedora is now providing their own cloud-based images for each release.
We’ve added them to our official image library and will keep them up to date, just as we do with the Ubuntu images.
The images integrate with our Amazon EC2-compatible metadata service,
so they install your ssh keys automatically on boot. You can log
straight in as the
As with most RedHat-based distros, Fedora images try to find Kerberos
servers to handle your login. If you’re not using Kerberos, you can
speed up ssh access by disabling it in your local ssh config. So in
~/.ssh/config just add
And don’t forget that you can find the login username of any image by
hovering over the
Name field for the image in the
Brightbox Manager or with the
command line interface
brightbox images show img-xxxxx
posted 25 Oct 2013 by John Leach