VI Remote Commandline Interface
This comes in several flavors.
- You can download it as a small 32 bit virtual machine based on debian sarge 3.1 kernel 2.4.27 (the documentation says its a centOS version, but why then does it support apt-get and not yum and what's the /etc/debian_version file doing there..)
- There is a separate linux setup so that you can install it in your own linux machine (virtual or not). Supported environments are Ubuntu Desktop 7.1 and RHEL 5.1.
- There is also a windows installable version.
At the moment of writing only the installable versions are supported for production use. The appliance isn't yet supported in a production environment.