Bootstrapping Debian a little helper how to generate a Debian Template. This time, it’s a VM Hosted on Vultr New VM 1 CPU, 1GB RAM, 25GB Disk upload debian-10.9.0-amd64-netinst.iso boot from iso install: (text based) lang: english country: switzerland locale: US (en_US.UTF-8) keymap: Swiss German nic: ens3 hostname: template-25G domain: noflow.ch passwd: xxxxxx user: prename name / login passwd: xxxxxx disk: Guided - entire disk with LVM - (one partition | separate /home | separate /home, /var and /tmp) separate partition for large disks one partition for smaller disks write: yes disk: 20GB (for guided partitioning), 5GB for Spare write: yes another dvd: no mirror: switzerland, debian.
Bootstrapping VM This is similar to the previous Post, but with a small difference. Here, we add an other Partition /jail with 2GB Size. On this Partition, we remove the nodev & nosuid Flag, so we can use this Partition as Root for some Jailed Users. And last but not least, we fireup a new VM, configure a Jailed User and make it Public Available … VM with 20G Disk *** Bootstrap OpenBSD 6.
Bootstrapping VM It’s always good to have Templates. Isn’t it ? Sometime, with a lot of stuff preconfigured and installed. Sometimes, a fresh install without anything (except syspatches). Here a little Helper, how to Build a OpenBSD Template with 20GB, resp. 40GB Disk Size. This stuff was tested on www.hetzner.de, so you should be able to reproduce it in a few minutes. Costs: CX11, 1 CPU, 2 GB RAM, 20 GB Disk, 20TB Traffic -> 2.