Free Virtual Appliances, Build Disks and Version Updates

The following Virtual Appliances and build image files are available for download.


Physical Appliance

Latest appliance build disk (CentOS ISO) Mutiny V6.0.1 mutiny-6.0.1-4651.iso

Migration build disk (CentOS ISO) Mutiny V5 mutiny-5.1.12-4307.iso (migration page)

Use this image to build your own appliance.

Once you have built your mutiny appliance continue your installation here 

WARNING: NEVER leave this build disk to boot in your laptop or any other server unless you want it to be turned into an appliance (You have been warned!)


Virtual Appliance (OVF)

vmware virtual appliance Mutiny V6 vm11 with 500GB disk mutiny-6.0.1-4625.ova

vmware virtual appliance Mutiny V6 vm9 with 500GB disk mutiny-6.0.1-4625-vm9.ova

vm9 for esxi 5.1+
vm11 for esxi  6+

We recommend thin disk provisioning up to the max size stated above (deploys at approx 1.8GB).
Includes vmware tools to aid time keeping and guest OS shutdown by host.

Once deployed and setup you can upgrade to the latest release below.

Import this OVF into your VSphere or free Hypervisor. USE Deploy OVF in Virtual Centre! See Manual 


Version Updates

(This current release may be newer than your login screen message)

Version 5 (final)

Fedora mutiny systems - FC4mutinyBundle-5.1.12-4307.tgz.gpg

You can migrate your system from Fedora to CentOS with these v5 versions.

CentOS mutiny systems - CentOSmutinyBundle-5.1.12-4307.tgz.gpg

Version 6 with IPAM, Maintenance mode and Published Dashboards

Current release version for CentOS mutiny systems - CentOSmutinyBundle-6.0.1-4738.tgz.gpg

Version upgrade notes - Read More

How to upgrade - Read more


Version 5.0 updates

V5.0-1.x > V5.0-1.13 mutiny-bundle-5.0-1.13.tgz.gpg

V5.0-1.13+  > V5.1 mutiny-bundle-5.1-1.10.tgz.gpg


Windows PowerShell Schedulermutiny powershell scheduler

Our new PowerShell agent scheduler pages 


Mutiny Licence request form

Apply for a temporary licence

Use this form to request a temporary, permanent or replacement licence


Frequently asked upgrade questions

 

How do I check which Kernel I'm running (CentOS or Fedora)?
See this How-To
 
How do I upgrade?
Follow this pictogram