wiki:GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/ToolsSetup

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Setting up your Computer with GENI Tools

Some of the tutorials at this camp will require you have a laptop that has:

  1. The Omni experimenter tool installed (Instructions)
  2. An ssh client (Instructions)
  3. A browser capable of running Flash clients, and (Instructions)

1. Install Omni

Please make sure to install/upgrade to Omni 2.6

Download and install omni following the instructions at:

http://trac.gpolab.bbn.com/gcf/wiki/Omni (You do not have to configure Omni at this time. You will be given instructions at the conference.)

Test the installation

  1. Open a new terminal window (or command prompt in windows (Start menu -> Programs -> Accessories -> Command Prompt)) and type
           omni --version
    
    If omni prints out its version number, you are all set!

2. SSH Client

Mac OS X/Linux

Mac OS X and Linux come with an ssh client you can run from a Terminal window. You do not need to install anything.

Windows

[recommended] Git For Windows supports ssh and has a git bash emulator:

Another option is !FireSSH:

Another option is BitVise:

Note: If you are using the Putty ssh client, you will need puttygen to convert the private keys used by GENI to Putty's format.

!#comment

=== Test SSH with keys ===
In the email you should have received a copy of an SSH private key. 

{{{
#!comment
To test your setup you will need these information:
  * `username`: tutorial
  * `hostname`: pc2.instageni.wisc.edu 
  * `port`: 32058
  * passphrase for private key: genischool
}}}

To test your setup you will need these information:
  * `username`: tutorial
  * `hostname`: pc2.geni.kettering.edu
  * `port`: 30010
  * passphrase for private key: genischool


''' Mac OS X/Linux/Cygwin ''': Follow [wiki:HowTo/LoginToNodes#LinuxMacOSWindowsCygwin these instructions]. If you see a prompt `[tutorial@my-node ~]$` you are all set! [[BR]]
''' Windows ''':  Follow [wiki:HowTo/LoginToNodes#WindowsBitViseFireSSHGitBashPutty these instructions]. If you see a prompt `[tutorial@my-node ~]$` you are all set! 

3. Flash-enabled Browser

  1. You will need Google Chrome or Firefox.
  2. Make sure you are able to load http://protogeni.net/flack. The page should look like:

http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/GENIExperimenter/Graphics/flack-login.png

Note: If you do not have flash installed and you are using Firefox, install the Flash plugin for Firefox.

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