Bash scripts (Interactive Command Modules -- ICM) for bootstrapping BISOS (ByStar Internet Services OS) software profiles on a virgin Linux distro or for creating fully automated KVM guests that are ByStar Platforms.
Bash scripts (Interactive Command Modules – ICM) for bootstrapping BISOS (ByStar Internet Services OS) software profiles on a virgin Linux distro. Or for creating fully automated KVM guests that are ByStar Platforms.
Running bx2Genesis.sh will go through a complete ByStar Platform installation on the local host.
Running bxBootstrapGuest.sh will create a fully automated KVM Guest ByStar Platform.
Part of ByStar Digital Ecosystem http://www.by-star.net.
This module’s primary documentation is in http://www.by-star.net/PLPC/180047
sudo pip install bisos.bootstrap
On a virgin BxP-Distro, run “sudo /usr/local/bin/bx2Genesis.sh” and you will end up with a Generic BISOS Platform. Which you can then apply to a desired bxpCharacter.
On any Linux machine that has kvm in its distro, run /usr/local/bin/bxBootstrapGuest.sh and you will end up with a guest at the specified desired level (as ByStar Platforms).
On any Linux Machine that has VirtualBox and Vagrant installed, run bxHostGenGuestVagrant and based on params and args build a VM that includes what is specified.
The Steps are as follows:
Create A VM
In the created VM as root:
install python and pip
pip install bisos.bootstrap
Run xxx to create user bxGenesis and add it to sudoers
In the created VM as bxGenesis run bisos.bootstrap/bin/bxGenWithRepo
Login to the VM as bxGenesis
Run the post install script.
Does the following:
Clone specified repo
From within that repo executes specified entry point with params and args. This typically involves creating an account
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