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on Windows? look here.)
Open a Virtual Machine)
A warning dialog might appear. Click on
stack.sh to install devstack. It might take 10-20 minutes.
cd /opt/devstack ./stack.sh
Explore the environment. The four main software you will be using from the desktop during the training are:
please make sure that you replace the default user
ubuntuupon first start before logging in to OFTC channels.
stack.sh finished running, you can open your Horizon Dashboard or on VirtualBox using
the DevStack bookmark
In the upper left corner, switch from
invisible_to_admin to the
Start a VM (no volume needed, use the nano flavor). A CirrOS image is already set up by devstack
Associate a floating IP. Initially, no Floating IP's allocated, you can add one with the
button. An example would be
184.108.40.206. It may stuck at the loading screen - in this case,
reload the dashboard.
Enable SSH and ICMP ports on the default security group. Select "Network" -> "Security groups" and "Manage rules" -> "Add rule"
Try to connect with SSH to the floating IP.
$ ssh root@<FLOATING_IP> -l cirros # password: gocubsgo # Example: ssh [email protected] -l cirros
DNS might not work in the cirros vm, in this case:
echo "nameserver 220.127.116.11" | sudo tee /etc/resolv.conf`
IMPORTANT: To keep your devstack environment across reboots, do not reboot / halt the VM, but instead use "Save the machine state" from VirtualBox quit dialog.
Devstack installs using the 99-devstack script.
Please do not update your openstack installation during the training. It requires bandwidth.
If you want to keep on using the training VM for devstacking, you should disable offline mode in local.conf. Also reconsider git related settings here.
|devstack||text editor||git and irc|
This section is mainly for developers of the VM, on the training you won't need this.
Roll your own image
Spin up vm-creator-vm:
cd vm-creator-vm/ vagrant up vagrant ssh cd git-repo # this directory contains the git repository of the upsteram-institute-vm
This will boot up a VirtualBox VM with CentOS 7
Activate the python virtual environment
Create disk image with provided convenience script
The generated image can be found under