Download Snapt


Snapt provides VM images for all major hypervisors, as well as a bundle installer for existing Linux servers. Once you have downloaded Snapt, you will be asked to log in and select your trial or purchased serial number. If you have not yet received a trial, you may register below.


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We recommend running our official image. Should you need any help, please see our tips for VM installation or contact us for free support.

Please select a hypervisor or media type

Snapt can be run on an existing Linux server. If you are undecided, we recommend Ubuntu. We only support 64-bit Linux. RedHat, CentOS and Fedora users should use the RedHat Linux bundle, while all other users can use the Standard one. We recommend using an official Snapt VM image when possible.

For help, please see our bundle installation guide.



Tips
  • Extract the bundle: tar -C / -xvf ./Snapt-Linux-*.tar.gz
  • Start the program by running: /usr/local/snapt/start.sh
  • You may now log in on port 8080 with a web browser

OVF is a flexible format that we recommend using on most hypervisors. You will extract the .gz file, then the .tar file, and be left with an .ovf image to load. This is the recommended image if you are unsure about which to use.

You can also often convert OVF files to whatever format you require, or upload them to many hosted or cloud-based solutions.



Tips
  • If required, select openSUSE 64-bit or Linux Other 64-bit.
  • You must extract both the .gz and .tar files.
  • Unknown Guest or Unknown Operating System error from ESXi 6.5: If you receive the error about the OS, select 'Yes'. Before you power up the new machine, edit the machine and go to 'Options'. Then change the OS to SUSE 11 64-bit.


Download OVF


Recommended for
  • ESX / ESXi / VSphere
  • Miscellaneous

Hyper-V can use a converted OVF image, which we have pre-created for you. You can load this directly into Hyper-V to start the Snapt appliance.

Should you have any problems, you can use the original OVF or the ISO.



Tips
  • If required, select openSUSE 64-bit, or Linux Other 64-bit.


Download VHD


Recommended for
  • Hyper-V

VMX images are used by VMware Desktop, VMware Player and VirtualBox. They are NOT used by ESXi or other enterprise VMware products.



Tips
  • If required, select openSUSE 64-bit or Linux Other 64-bit.
  • Import the VMware VMDK image; you must extract it from the .gz and .tar files.
Download VMX


Recommended for
  • VMware Fusion
  • VMware Player
  • VMware Workstation
  • VirtualBox

OpenStack images are in the qcow2 format. This is used by Linux KVM, and so many Linux or open-source clouds due to the format type. If you are unsure, we still recommend the OVF, or contacting us.

For help, please see our knowledge base.



Tips
  • If required, select openSUSE 64-bit or Linux 64-bit.
Download QCOW2


Recommended for:
  • KVM-based VMs
  • OpenStack
  • Linux clouds

Snapt has a marketplace image available on the Amazon Marketplace for you to launch the product in EC2. There is no per hour billing from Snapt, and you will be required to bring your own license (BYOL).

For help, please see our knowledge base.

Amazon Marketplace

External link

You will leave the Snapt site and go to Amazon's Marketplace in order to launch the Snapt server.

Xen images are used by Citrix XenServer. You can load the image directly into your Xen hypervisor and begin using Snapt immediately.

For help, please see our knowledge base.



Tips
  • If required, select openSUSE 64-bit or Linux 64-bit.
Download Xen


Recommended for
  • Citrix XenServer

ISO images are used to install Snapt onto bare-metal servers. These allow you to install our official image onto hardware, from a USB stick or bootable CD. You will write the .raw file to your bootable media.

This is a complicated installation process. Please follow the guide available below!

Download RAW ISO


Recommended for:
  • Hardware installations