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Are we likely to see a Debian based Linux AMI?


Excellent, these updates are great.

I would love to see a super-lightweight version of the Amazon AMI for t1.micros. As mentioned here ( they can barely run ec2/rds tools. Having micros that can be simple schedulers and check on various things within the aws infrastructure is a great use for them (ie. utility machines). This seems to be a 2-part issue, too much unnecessary stuff on the image & the tools being java-intense.



Great news for us Linux people. I heard that the Amazon Linux AMI is based off of CentOS. Is this true? If so, thumbs up, because CentOS is my server operating system of choice.

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