Ubuntu Cloud Image

Ubuntu Cloud Image

Joshua Powers (powersj) Publisher
  • Joshua Powers (powersj) Publisher

Install latest/stable of Ubuntu Cloud Image

Ubuntu 16.04 or later?

Make sure snap support is enabled in your Desktop store.

Install using the command line

sudo snap install ubuntu-cloud-image

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Find the latest Ubuntu Images for clouds

This is used to find the latest Ubuntu image information for clouds. The following clouds are supported:

  • Amazon Web Services (aws)
  • Amazon Web Services China (aws-cn)
  • Amazon Web Services GovCloud (aws-govcloud)
  • Microsoft Azure (azure)
  • Google Compute Engine (gce)
  • Kernel-based Virtual Machine (kvm)
  • Linux Containers (lxc)
  • Metal as a Service (MAAS) Version 2 (maasv2)
  • Metal as a Service (MAAS) Version 3 (maas)

The program uses the streams output provided by various clouds to determine the latest images available on clouds. Where they are supported this includes the latest daily, minimal, and daily minimal images as well. Daily and minimal images are enabled with the --daily and --minimal flags.

The output is the full JSON output from streams providing details about the requested image. If no image matches the specific filter then an empty JSON array is printed.

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Last updated
30 March 2021

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