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Procedure to create a fresh PANE demo VM:
1) Install Ubuntu Server 64-bit in a Virtual Box VM (1 GB RAM, 20 GB HDD)
- Hostname: panedemo, User: paneuser / paneuser
- No LVM, disk encryption, or other features
2) After the new OS boots, login and do:
cd /tmp
wget https://raw.github.com/brownsys/pane-demo-vm/master/bin/configure-vm.sh
bash ./configure-vm.sh --pane
3) Upon reboot, you should be brought to the XFCE desktop environment and
logged-in as paneuser.
4) Finish-up by installing the Virtual Box Guest Additions
Bonus... If you want to free some space in your sparse image:
1) In your guest OS, do:
$ cat /dev/zero > zeros ; sync ; sleep 1 ; sync ; rm -f zeros
2) Then, shutdown guest OS, and in the host OS, do:
$ VBoxManage modifyhd --compact /path/to/image.vdi
If you use VMWare instead of Virtual Box, the procedure to shrink the
zero'd disk is to install the guest OS tools, and run vmware-toolbox
from within the guest OS.
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NOTE:
You can also create Frenetic and FlowLog VM's using the tools in this repo.
1) In step (1) above, use "frenetic" or "flowlog" instead of the "pane*"
names as appropriate
2) In step (2) above, use the flags "--frenetic" or "--flowlog" instead
of "--pane"