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README: Updated URLs to point at github

Signed-off-by: Chris Evich <cevich@redhat.com>
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22 README.rst
@@ -47,30 +47,38 @@ Getting started with autotest client
For the impatient:
-http://autotest.kernel.org/wiki/QuickStart
+https://github.com/autotest/autotest/wiki/ClientQuickStart
-Check out the main project documentation source
------------------------------------------------
+Main project page
+-----------------
+
+http://autotest.github.com/
+
+
+Main project documentation source
+----------------------------------
You can find plenty of information on the autotest wiki
-http://autotest.kernel.org/wiki
+http://github.com/autotest/autotest/wiki
+
Grabbing the latest source
--------------------------
-http://autotest.kernel.org/wiki/DownloadSource
+https://github.com/autotest/autotest
Hacking and submitting patches
------------------------------
-http://autotest.kernel.org/wiki/SubmissionChecklist
+https://github.com/autotest/autotest/wiki/SubmissionChecklist
Downloading stable versions
---------------------------
-http://autotest.kernel.org/wiki/Download
+https://github.com/autotest/autotest/downloads
+
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2 client/tests/kvm/README
@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ For the not so impatient:
You are *strongly* advised to read the online docs:
-http://www.linux-kvm.org/page/KVM-Autotest/Client_Install
+https://github.com/autotest/autotest/wiki/KVMAutotest
So you can have a better idea of how the test is organized
and how it works.
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11 client/tests/libvirt/README
@@ -4,8 +4,17 @@ Execute the get_started.py script located on this directory,
that will guide you through setting up the default libvirt test
scenario:
- * Guest install with Fedora 15
+ * Guest install with Fedora
* Boot, reboot and shutdown test
The script will help you to create all the directories, and
even get the OS iso in case you don't have it yet.
+
+For the not so impatient:
+
+You are *strongly* advised to read the online docs:
+
+https://github.com/autotest/autotest/wiki/KVMAutotest
+
+So you can have a better idea of how the test is organized
+and how it works.

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