90 Software

Here is the software referenced in the previous documentation.

Turnkey Linux

https://www.turnkeylinux.org/

Turnkey GNU/Linux is a free Debian based library of system images that pre-integrates and polishes the best free software components into secure, easy to use solutions.

This location contains all of the Turnkey Linux disk image files. Download the package and the format you need. You can then assign it to a virtual server or add it into a container.
http://mirror.turnkeylinux.org/turnkeylinux/images/iso/

How to pick the right version

In this example, there are five files which support the same application (ansible). There are four versions (14.1, 14.2, 15.0, and 15.1). There are two platforms one supports 32bit servers and the other 64 bit servers (i386 and amd64).

Traditionally, you want to pick the latest and greatest, which would be "turnkey-ansible-15.1-stretch-amd64", if you want to use a 32bit server, then your only choice is "turnkey-ansible-14.1-jessie-i386".

Download the appropriate file and you should be good to go.

turnkey-ansible-14.1-jessie-amd64.iso	2016-04-08 09:28	265M	 
turnkey-ansible-14.1-jessie-i386.iso	2016-04-10 12:00	269M	 
turnkey-ansible-14.2-jessie-amd64.iso	2017-08-02 04:11	317M	 
turnkey-ansible-15.0-stretch-amd64.iso	2018-09-19 06:20	387M	 
turnkey-ansible-15.1-stretch-amd64.iso	2019-05-09 03:48	426M

Docker

Special problem with Docker, 32bit doesn't exist natively. You will need to build the hosting server yourself, from source code.

https://www.nirmata.com/2016/02/09/docker-daemon-for-x32-architectures/

https://github.com/docker-32bit

https://gist.github.com/awesomebytes/4678028a4366dae0df1068e81d86b52f

https://dzone.com/articles/docker-daemon-for-32-bit-architecture

Hypervisors

https://searchservervirtualization.techtarget.com/feature/Whats-the-difference-between-Type-1-and-Type-2-hypervisors