I think there are some challenges in trying to config bitnami-magento2 VM's from the initial install.
However, I think it would be a good move to allow end-users the ability to choose their image configuration before the new install (EI: Service | Version | Modules) to solve that issue. Until you can address that why not provide great tutorials in text and videos with-in your community blog. The keywords used to create the tutorial will increase your SEO and bring more people here to solve their problems.
Magento holds over 25% of all shopping carts market share online with roughly 350,000 carts. Which is up over 300% in the last 4 years. 95% of these clients are using their site to make money. Chances are you could make some money here,
The root of this opportunity is to capture the trending market above^. You help him and all the other lost souls who are googling just like you did to produce that link. Help and your company will be the most successful automation company. Linking out to another site is only helping the other site raise their SEO status. But, we know it's not going to help solve the problem so why send them there. In a case like your company Magento should be linking to yours for fast dependable environments,
See the sitting in his cart are in the same ones used in the ThemeForest which you are a referral partner with. Meaning you get paid if the we buy if we pass through this site.
I'm a firm believer in doing the work once buy building system. Help this man and you will receive more clicks only links you should provide (Referral).
Better yet just have the magento VM formatted and ready to go for themes from Themeforest.
The current issue isn't how great your product is I like it, it's the young and developing minds looking to solve their problems here. Who are ready, willing and able to pay something even if it's through a click though a link and buy a better theme that they know will work on your servers. Get promoted solve this issue automate it that's what you went to school for.
What would be nice is a service that would ask more specific question to the man trying to address his current issue.
Can you provide basic a tutorial to solve his problem? I would start by trying to help this man with these kind of questions below.
Just because you found a related link from google doesn't mean it will solve his problem. Have you seen the tutorials on Magento's site. (Poor) You could do a much better service if you understood the issue. Try this Below:
Maybe I can help if I knew a little more about what your trying to do.
Have you identified what configuration changes you need to setup for the theme your wanting to install?
Do you have everything you need to install it?
And what have you tried to do?
Find the php.ini info and read.me file read that and let me know what you need help with.
I know there are some tuts out their that don't give you all the details you exactly need. Please provide as much details you can about the server configuration needs your looking for. I'll point you to our wikki where you can solve the problem.