Clouds - Windows VM

Clouds - Windows VM

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Install latest/stable of Clouds - Windows VM

Ubuntu 16.04 or later?

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Install using the command line

sudo snap install clouds

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Download and install Windows in a VM

Launch clouds from the terminal to monitor initial launch setup, although it should be smooth sailing. Subsequent launches can be done via the desktop icon. Clouds will prompt you for either Windows 10 or 11, then ask for a locale, and will download the ISO for that locale and install it automatically.

This will boot to the Windows setup.

Notes:

  • Does not contain Windows, but downloads an installer image
  • Initially launches with VM memory set to 4GiB for compatibility with Windows 11 minimum requirements
  • Uses an editable launch script in ~/snap/clouds/common/launch
  • May be slow
  • Patches welcome :)

Details for Clouds - Windows VM

License
  • Proprietary

Last updated
  • 5 October 2021

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