Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/ToolsSetup


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    1010== 1. Install Omni ==
     11=== Mac OS x ===
     12== 1. Installing the Omni Experimenter Tool ==
     13 1. Download this file: [attachment:omniTools.dmg].
     14 1. Double-click on {{{omniTools.dmg}}} to unpack it.  This will result in a drive called {{{omniTools}}} to be mounted on your computer.  You should see this drive on your Desktop.
     15 1. Double-click on the {{{omniTools}}} drive to open it. 
     16 1. Drag the omniTools icon to the Applications icon.
     17 1. Open a terminal window.
     18 1. Run the script `/Applications/omniTools/addAliases.sh`.  This script will add aliases for the various
     19   Omni tools in your {{{~/.bash_profile}}} or {{{~/.bash_login}}} or {{{~/.profile}}}.  (The script looks for these
     20   files in this order).
     21   * If you get an error do:
     22     - `touch ~/.bash_profile`
     23     - Rerun `/Applications/omniTools/addAliases.sh`
     24
     25=== Windows ===
     261. Download this file: [attachment:omni-tools-2.4.2-setup.exe].
     27 1. Run the Windows installer by double clicking on the downloaded file. 
     28 1. Point the `PATH` environment variable to the installed executables:
     29   a. Edit environment variables
     30      i. In ''Windows 7'', open the `Control Panel` and search for `PATH` in the search box.  Click on "Edit environment variables for your accounts".
     31      i. In ''Windows XP'', find the System Properties window under `Control Panel -> System -> Advanced System Settings` and click "Environment Variables".
     32   a. Set the `PATH` variable.
     33      i. Determine the value of your `PATH` variable:
     34         * For Windows XP: select `C:\Program Files\omniTools`
     35         * For Windows 7: select `C:\Program Files (x86)\omniTools`
     36      i. If there is no `PATH` variable, click "New..." and set the name `PATH` and the value of ``C:\Program Files (x86)\omniTools` (or `C:\Program Files\omniTools`).
     37      i. If there is a `PATH` variable, click "Edit..." and append `;C:\Program Files (x86)\omniTools` (or `;C:\Program Files\omniTools`) to the `PATH` variable. Be sure to include the `;`.
     38 
     39'''Test the installation:'''
     40 1. Test the installation by opening a Command Prompt and running the command:
     41     {{{
     42omni --version
     43}}}
     44 The Windows Command Prompt can be found by navigating: `Start menu -> Programs -> Accessories -> Command Prompt`
     45 2. If everything goes well, you should see output that looks like:
     46     {{{
     47     omni: GENI Omni Command Line Aggregate Manager Tool Version 2.4.2
     48     Copyright (c) 2013 Raytheon BBN Technologies
     49     }}}
     50
     51=== Linux ===
     52 1. Download the GCF package from http://software.geni.net/local-sw/download&software=gcf-2.4.1.tar.gz
     53 1. Install the GCF package using instructions at http://trac.gpolab.bbn.com/gcf/wiki/QuickStart.  The Omni tool is part of the GCF package.
     54
     55'''Test the installation:'''
     56 1. Open a new terminal window.
     57 1. In this terminal window, run the command:
     58{{{
     59       omni.py --version
     60}}}
     61   If omni prints out its version number, you are all set!
    1162== 2. SSH Client ==
    1263== 3. Flash-enabled Browser ==