KVM Images

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To start using CloudLinux Images with KVM, create a VM using virt-manager, and add one of the images as a disk.

 

Root password: cloudlinux

 

Disk Images (Beta)

 

CloudLinux 6.8 minimal (cloud-init): http://download.cloudlinux.com/images/kvm-cloud-init/cloudlinux-6-x86_64.qcow2.gz

 

SHA256 checksum: 215506121945c7327aab32e1ed6a66e15e9a932d23f8833e1ce47ff8d6f7818a

 

CloudLinux 7.3 minimal (cloud-init): http://download.cloudlinux.com/images/kvm-cloud-init/cloudlinux-7-x86_64.qcow2.gz

 

SHA256 checksum: 1d3f18e210cbf92529f6b04977d934143af8902308de13a540200b72f09b6b24

 

 

Disk Images (Outdated)

 

CloudLinux 6 Minimal: http://download.cloudlinux.com/images/cl6-7/cl6-hvm-base.qcow2

 

CloudLinux 7 Minimal: http://download.cloudlinux.com/images/cl6-7/cl7-hvm-base.qcow2

 

CloudLinux 6 + cPanel: http://download.cloudlinux.com/images/cl6-7/cl6-hvm-cPanel.qcow2

 

CloudLinux 6 + Parallels Plesk:   http://download.cloudlinux.com/images/cl6-7/cl6-hvm-Plesk.qcow2

 

CloudLinux 6 + DirectAdmin: http://download.cloudlinux.com/images/cl6-7/cl6-hvm-da.qcow2

 

CloudLinux 7 + DirectAdmin: http://download.cloudlinux.com/images/cl6-7/cl7-hvm-da.qcow2