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Ubuntu expands into virtual appliances

Canonical has released a special version of its Ubuntu Server Linux distribution that is tailored to run as part of a virtual appliance.
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Dubbed Ubuntu JeOS (Just Enough Operating System), the software has been stripped from drivers and utilities that are bundled with the regular Ubuntu Server distribution.

There is no need for hardware drivers in a virtual system, and utilities are typically available in a server's main operating system.

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