Same thing.

Yes, I agree Amazon Linux is very small and optimized. Only caveat is that
it's RPM-based/you have to use yum. If you don't have a problem with that,
then go for it (no pun intended.) :)

On Thu, Jan 3, 2013 at 9:26 PM, Constantine Vasil wrote:

Amazon Linux (RHEL-based)
As I see it is EC2-optimized Linux. If it is good for Golang probably it
is better to use this version.
The information that it is pretty small is what I need.

About Ubuntu Server - what is the difference form Ubuntu cloud?

On Thursday, January 3, 2013 7:12:07 PM UTC-8, Patrick Mylund Nielsen
Any x64 Linux and you should be good. I don't know of any Linux distro
that is a *bad* fit with Go.

FWIW, the Ubuntu Server and Amazon Linux (RHEL-based) images are both
pretty small, and easy to set up, so if you just want to run Go, those (x64
versions) are probably good choices.

On Thu, Jan 3, 2013 at 9:10 PM, Constantine Vasil wrote:

The "tip" version is compiling the latest from source.
I see what a "tip" means. Yes I am compiling from source. But decided to
not use Windows anymore.

What Linux distribution do you recommend for using Go in Amazon AWS?
On Thursday, January 3, 2013 6:57:25 PM UTC-8, Daniel Theophanes wrote:

Hi Constantine,

Go works fine on Amazon AWS on both Windows and Linux I run on both.

The "tip" version is compiling the latest from source.


On Thu, 3 Jan 2013 18:48:52 -0800 (PST)
Constantine Vasil wrote:
HI Alex,

I suppose the issue is in VMWare network driver as you suggested.

So I moved to Amazon AWS. What is recommended environment
suitable for Golang in this case?

What is "tip" version of Go?

Thanks in advance,


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