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“euca2ools” 2.0.2-1ubuntu2 source package in Ubuntu

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euca2ools (2.0.2-1ubuntu2) quantal; urgency=low

  * debian/patches/add-armhf-support.patch: Add support for armhf.
 -- Chuck Short <email address hidden>   Fri, 13 Jul 2012 11:50:44 -0500

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Uploaded by:
Chuck Short on 2012-07-13
Uploaded to:
Quantal
Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
Component:
main
Architectures:
all
Section:
utils
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Quantal release on 2012-07-13 main utils

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Quantal: [FULLYBUILT] i386

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File Size MD5 Checksum
euca2ools_2.0.2.orig.tar.gz 85.9 KiB 280106f9125b3f0c8456baaf5df3840a
euca2ools_2.0.2-1ubuntu2.debian.tar.gz 13.9 KiB 8f038bc917d47e15320af8b800a6af57
euca2ools_2.0.2-1ubuntu2.dsc 1.7 KiB 8a34cb8a52210033760830d38367ea28

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euca2ools: managing cloud instances for Eucalyptus

 EUCALYPTUS is an open source service overlay that implements elastic
 computing using existing resources. The goal of EUCALYPTUS is to allow
 sites with existing clusters and server infrastructure to co-host an
 elastic computing service that is interface-compatible with Amazon's EC2.
 .
 Elastic Utility Computing Architecture for Linking Your Programs
 To Useful Systems - is an open-source software infrastructure for
 implementing "cloud computing" on clusters. Eucalyptus Systems is the
 pioneer in open source cloud computing technology that delivers hybrid
 cloud deployments for enterprise data centers. Leveraging Linux and web
 service technologies that commonly exist in today's IT infrastructure,
 Eucalyptus enables customers to quickly and easily create elastic clouds
 in minutes. This "no lock-in" approach provides users with ultimate
 flexibility when delivering their SLAs.
 .
 Eucalyptus is more than just virtualization. Along with building virtual
 machines, the technology supports the network and storage infrastructure
 within the cloud environment. Eucalyptus works with multiple flavors
 of Linux including Ubuntu, OpenSuse, Debian, and CentOS. Eucalyptus
 currently supports Xen and KVM hypervisors. These tools are meant to
 be CLI compatible with the ec2-api-tools.