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updating zero to cloud guide to reflect recent improvements

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@@ -44,13 +44,13 @@
</p>
<pre class="panel">
-$ wget http://www.nimbusproject.org/downloads/nimbus-2.5RC1-src.tar.gz
+$ wget http://www.nimbusproject.org/downloads/nimbus-2.5RC2-src.tar.gz
</pre>
<pre class="panel">
-$ tar xfz nimbus-2.5RC1-src.tar.gz
+$ tar xfz nimbus-2.5RC2-src.tar.gz
</pre>
<pre class="panel">
-$ cd nimbus-2.5RC1-src/
+$ cd nimbus-2.5RC2-src/
</pre>
<p>
@@ -157,7 +157,7 @@
<p>
If one or both services fail to start, you should take a look at the appropriate
log file. For Nimbus services, check <tt class="literal">var/services.log</tt>.
- For Cumulus, look in <tt class="literal">cumulus/log/cumulus.log</tt>.
+ For Cumulus, look in <tt class="literal">var/cumulus.log</tt>.
</p>
<h3>Create first user</h3>
@@ -198,30 +198,29 @@
(version must be >= 16).
</p>
<pre class="panel">
-$ wget http://www.nimbusproject.org/downloads/nimbus-cloud-client-016RC1.tar.gz
+$ wget http://www.nimbusproject.org/downloads/nimbus-cloud-client-016RC2.tar.gz
</pre>
<pre class="panel">
-$ tar xfz nimbus-cloud-client-016RC1.tar.gz
+$ tar xfz nimbus-cloud-client-016RC2.tar.gz
</pre>
-<!-- maybe just direct to run grid-proxy-init later with specific -cert and -key options and forget about ~/.globus? -->
<p>
Now you need to install the files produced earlier by
<tt class="literal">nimbus-new-user</tt>. The <tt class="literal">cloud.properties</tt>
file needs to be placed into the extracted cloud client's <tt class="literal">conf/</tt>
directory. The <tt class="literal">usercert.pem</tt> and
<tt class="literal">userkey.pem</tt> files need to be installed into
- <tt class="literal">~/.globus/</tt> in your home directory. Be careful not to overwrite
- any credentials you already have in <tt class="literal">~/.globus/</tt>.
+ <tt class="literal">~/.nimbus/</tt> in your home directory. Be careful not to overwrite
+ any credentials you already have in <tt class="literal">~/.nimbus/</tt>.
</p>
<pre class="panel">
$ cp /tmp/newuser/cloud.properties nimbus-cloud-client/conf/
</pre>
<pre class="panel">
-$ mkdir ~/.globus/
+$ mkdir ~/.nimbus/
</pre>
<pre class="panel">
-$ cp /tmp/newuser/*.pem ~/.globus/
+$ cp /tmp/newuser/*.pem ~/.nimbus/
</pre>
<p>
@@ -240,22 +239,16 @@
</pre>
<h3>Try it out!</h3>
+
<p>
- Now we have what should be a working client and are ready to test the service. The first step
- is to initialize the grid proxy.
+ First we will attempt to query the service. This command shows the running VMs that you own.
+ Of course you do not have any at this point, but this can help to diagnose any configuration
+ or security problems.
</p>
<pre class="panel">
$ cd nimbus-cloud-client/
</pre>
<pre class="panel">
-$ ./bin/grid-proxy-init.sh
-</pre>
-<p>
- Next we will attempt to query the service. This command shows the running VMs that you own.
- Of course you do not have any at this point, but this can help to diagnose any configuration
- or security problems.
-</p>
-<pre class="panel">
$ ./bin/cloud-client.sh --status
Querying for ALL instances.
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