Oz is a tool for automatically installing guest operating systems with only minimal up-front input from the user.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  03 Jan 2014 18:24

    Release Notes: Support for installing OpenSUSE 12.1, 12.2. Support for Python 3. Support for Ubuntu 12.04.1, 12.04.2, and 12.10. Fixes ordering so that commands are run in the order they are specified in the XML. Increases shutdown timeout to support slower qemu guests. Adds a default screenshot directory. Supports RHEL 5.9. Supports Fedora 18. Switches to pycurl for header information, which allows HTTP authentication to work. Switches to using the libvirt built-in screenshot mechanism. Deletes auto-generated SSH keys after customization.

    •  22 Oct 2012 14:55

      Release Notes: Easier to create Debian/Ubuntu packages. The ability to specify the disk size in the TDL. The ability to specify the number of CPUs and amount of memory used for the installation VM. Cleanup and bugfixes to oz-cleanup-cache. The ability to install Fedora-17, RHEL-6.3, ScientificLinuxCERN, Mandrake 8.2, OpenSUSE 10.3, and Ubuntu 12.04 disk images. The ability to install guests as a non-root user (this has several caveats; please see the documentation for more information).


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