Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of GENI-in-a-Box/GiB-tips


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12/03/12 15:43:40 (7 years ago)
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Vic Thomas
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    53 == 2. Copying files to/from GENI-in-a-Box and your computer ==
     53== 2. Passwords for default accounts ==
     54Passwords for the login user ({{{gibuser}}}) and for root are stored in {{{/home/gibuser/.gcf/passwords}}}.
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     56== 3. Copying files to/from GENI-in-a-Box and your computer ==
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    5558'''GENI-in-a-Box Ubuntu flavor''': You can use !VirtualBox shared folders to copy files to/from GENI-in-a-Box.  See http://www.virtualbox.org/manual/ch04.html#sharedfolders for instructions.
     
    5760'''GENI-in-a-Box Fedora flavor''': At this time !VirtualBox shared folders do not work with GENI-in-a-Box.   If you are running on Mac OS or Linux, you can scp from Geni-in-a-Box to your computer to copy files to and from GENI-in-a-Box and your computer.  If you are on Windows you will need to install and run the ssh daemon on your computer before you can use scp to it from GENI-in-a-Box.
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    59 == 3. Suspending and resuming your GENI-in-a-Box session  ==
     62== 4. Suspending and resuming your GENI-in-a-Box session  ==
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    6164You can suspend your GENI-in-a-Box session by ''hibernating'' your GENI-in-a-Box virtual machine.   This will save the state of the virtual machine on disk and will allow you to resume your work the next time you start up !VirtualBox.
     
    6467Virtual machines that have been hibernated show up as {{{Powered Off}}} in the Oracle VM !VirtualBox Manager window.  To restart the virtual machine, select it in the !VirtualBox Manager window and click the green arrow labeled {{{Start}}}. 
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    66 == 4 Special files installed on each node in a slice ==
     69== 5 Special files installed on each node in a slice ==
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    6871The GENI-in-a-Box aggregate follows the ProtoGENI model of installing on each node in the slice files with information that might be useful to the experimenter.  Specifically: