Shell in a Box

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Shell in a Box

Turnkey Linux appliances ship with a Web-based terminal application.

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Console Configuration Application

Turnkey appliances abide by typical Ubuntu system administration conventions, but also sport a simple console app for configuring networking.

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Turnkey Linux Backup and Migrate (TKLBAM)

The platform's backup and restore utility creates encrypted backups of files, databases and lists of installed packages and stores them on Amazon's S3 service.

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Launch on EC2

It was easy to launch Turnkey Linux software appliances on Amazon EC2 from the project's Hub interface.

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Launch on vSphere

I used OVF-formatted Turnkey Linux images to deploy the appliances on VMware vShpere.

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phpMyAdmin

Also among the Web-based admin apps that ship with Turnkey Linux is phpMyAdmin.

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EC2 Security Groups

I was interested to find a utility in the Turnkey Linux Hub interface for configuring the security policies that control network access for EC2 instances.

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Webmin

I could configure TKLBAM via the command line or through a Webmin module.

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