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From Chip Childers <>
Subject Re: Building SystemVM template appliance
Date Tue, 05 Feb 2013 21:44:42 GMT
On Tue, Feb 5, 2013 at 2:34 PM, Chiradeep Vittal
<> wrote:
> Rohit,
> I see that you have followed the code from
> 6-netboot
> Since that code is under MIT license:
> I think we should not check it in or reproduce the MIT license.

Just to be clear, by "reproduce", are you suggesting that we include
the legal docs for this?  (assuming that we want to keep it in the
repo, which I'm personally a +1 on)

> On 2/5/13 4:24 AM, "Rohit Yadav" <> wrote:
>>Just wanted to share some wip, based on the way we can build devcloud
>>and basebox appliance, I've added a template systemvm appliance which
>>can be built using veewee and currently has VMDK disk image format.
>>It's based on Debian b4-i386, has 256MB ram and 2GB HDD. The built
>>vbox disk can be exported as ova, raw disk image, qcow2 etc.
>>I've put it under tools/appliance. Maybe we should move our appliance
>>building code which is in tools/devcloud/src to tools/appliance? Pl.
>>feel free to hack on it, update the README and scripts.
>>We now just need to port the patches/systemvm/debian/
>>to tools/appliance/definitions/systemvmtemplate/ and add
>>cleanup code.
>> - Install [RVM](
>> - Setup paths:  export PATH=~/.rvm/bin:$PATH
>> - Install Ruby 1.9.3, if it installed some other version: rvm install
>>cd tools/appliance
>>veewee vbox list
>>(Modify scripts in definitions/systemvmtemplate/ as per needs)
>>veewee vbox build 'systemvmtemplate'
>>veewee vbox up 'systemvmtemplate'  # start the box

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