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Edly | v17.0.5

Linux/Unix, Ubuntu 22.04 LTS - 64-bit Amazon Machine Image (AMI)

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5 AWS reviews

    Honest Reviewer

It didn't work

  • July 04, 2024
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I was really looking forward to this one. I spent the entire day trying to install this. Then I found another video teaching how to setup openedx from scratch.
The instructions in the video of are incomplete and simply do not work on many systems. Sorry I wouldn't give such review if my time wasn't wasted.

    Hung Vu

Not working at all

  • March 24, 2024
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I subscribed to a 30-day trial a couple of days ago, but it didn't work at all. The instructions were horrible. Then, Tutor charged me $508 today for a service that hasn't worked for a second, even though it's still within the 30-day trial period. The worst part is that there's no way to get support from Tutor.

I plan to dispute the charge with my bank and escalate the issue to AWS to request a full refund.

    H Oberoi

Works out of the box - Unfair criticism

  • September 18, 2022
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Please ignore the unfair ratings and criticism.
This works out of the box very well.
Follow the instructions in this video
It's for an older version of openedx but the instructions are still valid.

    Pat Gunn

The install was slow but painless

  • February 09, 2022
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We're getting started with this (v13.1.0), and while the AMI took a long time for us to get it into a usable state (also glad I understand DNS well), it worked fine in automating away all the hassle of doing the install ourselves. I appreciate the effort that went into this.

    Sad and frustrated

Latest version (13.0.2) fails to local quickstart

  • January 05, 2022
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This seems to be brand new, so I feel bad giving a first review about a failed launch. But then again, you would think the developer would test it. The point of this image is to get you up and started with an open edX instance on AWS quickly. I've done this before, a long time ago with an older version, and the scripts are always a bit of a pain. So this sounded like a great idea.

There is even a video that you can follow step by step (though it appears to use an older version). Aside from configuring the security group, you should basically be able to choose a supported instance type and default settings. You then access the web-based configurator and type "local quickstart". The problem is it takes a long time and then fails. There is nothing you can do, since the whole thing is intended to be self-contained. I tried twice from scratch. Will try the older version, but I hope it's not another waste of time.

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