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How-to Building a self-bundling Debian AMI

Given the regular questions appearing on the forum about using Debianwith EC2 I thought it might be a useful exercise to post a complete HOWTO should people wish to roll their own AMI rather than use my public one.
Read the howto here


I suspect that these instructions will work for Ubuntu as well although I've not actually tested this.

To start with we need to construct a simple Debian installation on a host machine. I'm using my local Etch at home but this should also work fine on the EC2 public Etch instances.

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