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From bsut...@redhat.com
Subject Re: Installation
Date Wed, 13 Oct 2010 12:33:11 GMT
Thank you. Another person sent me a list of gems.  I will assemble my notes and publish back
to this list. 

Burr

Sent from my Android phone


-----Original Message-----
From: marios@redhat.com [mandreou@redhat.com]
Received: 10/13/10 5:07 AM
To: deltacloud-dev@incubator.apache.org
Subject: Re: Installation


I should clarify, the problem was not with the 'amazon-ec2' gem but 
rather with the 'aws/s3' gem (which we were using prior to the righscale 
one).

marios

On 13/10/10 11:32, marios@redhat.com wrote:
> Hi Andre, right_aws is needed if you want to use s3 - there was a
> problem with amazon's gem (the amazon-ec2 one) which means you can't
> work with buckets outside the US. Of course the current situation is not
> ideal since we need two gems and as was evident from your own experience
> this can cause confusion. For now however this is a necessary evil,
>
> marios
>
> On 13/10/10 11:29, Andr? Dietisheim wrote:
>> Hi Marios
>>
>> as far as I remember the right_aws is not needed (I checked with my
>> current gems and I dont have it and things are running here).
>>
>> Cheers
>> Andr?
>>
>> On 10/13/2010 10:25 AM, marios@redhat.com wrote:
>>> Hi Burr,
>>>
>>> in addition to what Tomas has said, in order to run the ec2 driver for
>>> deltacloud you need the 'amazon-ec2' gem and the 'right_aws' gems
>>> ('sudo gem install amazon-ec2' and 'sudo gem install right_aws').
>>>
>>> Please do join us on #deltacloud (irc freenode) and we can hopefully
>>> get you up and running in no time,
>>>
>>> marios
>>>
>>> On 13/10/10 10:23, Tomas Sedovic wrote:
>>>> Hey Burr,
>>>>
>>>> I'm sorry for the confusion. The `gem` command is in the rubygems
>>>> package. `yum install rubygems` should get you covered.
>>>>
>>>> You can find more detailed instructions here:
>>>>
>>>> http://deltacloud.org/contribute.html
>>>>
>>>> This covers installing both the core API stuff and the web frontend.
>>>> The
>>>> page lists the required gems to get you started from a clean Fedora
>>>> install, too.
>>>>
>>>> You seem to need just the API server running, for that you will need
>>>> the
>>>> following packages:
>>>>
>>>> ruby
>>>> ruby-devel
>>>> rubygems
>>>> gcc-c++
>>>> libxml2-devel
>>>> libxslt-devel
>>>>
>>>> And then run the `sudo gem install deltacloud-core`.
>>>>
>>>> That should be enough.
>>>>
>>>> If you have any more questions, just ask them here or on the
>>>> #deltacloud
>>>> chanel on Freenode.
>>>>
>>>> Cheers,
>>>> Thomas
>>>>
>>>> On 10/13/2010 12:02 AM, Burr Sutter wrote:
>>>>> I have the proverbial "dumb questions" as the newbie.
>>>>>
>>>>> My goal is to get a local copy of Deltacloud running against my EC2
>>>>> environment.
>>>>>
>>>>> Is this the only source of "installation" documentation?
>>>>>
>>>>> http://deltacloud.org/download.html
>>>>>
>>>>> This assumes a lot about someone's Fedora client - my raw Fedora
>>>>> didn't
>>>>> have gem.
>>>>>
>>>>> Can someone who has recently been the full process of getting the
>>>>> deltacloudd running on a brand new Fedora list out the commands,
>>>>> please?
>>>>>
>>>>> Burr
>>>>>
>>>
>>
>


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