The openSUSE Build Service appliance contains the complete OBS stack including
a Worker, the Backend, API, Webclient and osc, the command line client.
It can link to the openSUSE.org instance, so you can directly start building packages for
openSUSE, Fedora, Ubuntu etc. distributions.
After booting, the webinterface is available at http://
To login to the webinterface, please use the username ‘Admin’ with password ‘opensuse’.
Please assign at least 1GB memory to the appliance.
The API is available on port 81. Please disable the firewall to access it directly.
USB & disk image
This is an image of your disk, ready to be written to either a USB drive or your hard disk. When written, it will erase all data on a disk. During the first boot, your partition will be automatically resized to fill available space.
Burn this ISO file to a DVD (or CD, if the space allows), and you'll be able to boot directly from the disc.
Open Virtualization Format (OVF)
The OVF format is an open standard for packaging and distributing virtual appliances. It is not tied to any particular hypervisor or system architecture.
VMware / VirtualBox / KVM image
Whether you use VMware, VirtualBox, or KVM, this vmdk is a ready-to-use virtual appliance.
Version 2.1.7 of the OBS.
1 dependency updated
3 new software selections
2 software selections removed
Build configuration updated
Software1 patterns, 382 packages
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Includes the following unofficial sources:
No custom software packages were uploaded.
Overlay files were uploaded, but none are executable.
A boot script is included.