I have a virtual machine and I want to download it so I can use it. Could I use it on Virtual Box?
Technically you can only download images, not instances (running Virtual machines). However, you can create a new Snapshot from the Cloud Portal, so you'll have an image made from your instance. Then, you can download your snapshot.
You could use Openstack APIs (As FIWARE uses Openstack): https://catalogue.fiware.org/enablers....
The difficult way, is just using the API (you can know the Image ID from the Cloud Portal), here is the explanation: http://developer.openstack.org/api-re...
However, you could easily install a glance client and use it. This can be done using packages (for example in Debian/Ubuntu):
apt-get install python-openstackclient
or a python virtualenv:
$ virtualenv glance $ source bin/activate (glance)$ pip install python-openstackclient ....
Once you have your glanceclient installed, you export your vars configuration variables:
export OS_USERNAME=<your_email_address> export OS_PASSWORD=<your_password> export OS_TENANT_NAME=<your-tenant-name> export OS_REGION_NAME=<your_region_name> export OS_AUTH_URL=http://cloud.lab.fiware.org:4730/v2.0
And download your image:
openstack image save <image_id_or_name> > mylocalimage
As an example:
openstack image save base_ubuntu_14.04 > base_ubuntu_14.04_local.qcow2
Finally, you can convert your newly downloaded image to VirtualBox disk format to use it in your new VirtualBox Virtual host:
qemu-img convert -O vdi base_ubuntu_14.04_local.qcow2 base_ubuntu_14.04_local.vdi
Asked: 2016-10-25 17:42:04 +0100
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Last updated: Oct 27 '16