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GEC 9 Demo AP / Client Node Image
Ubuntu Version: 10.04 Current Image Name: ssugrim-node-1-1-2010-09-17-18-07-41.ndz
Installed software from Baseline Should Include:
- HostAPD - Apt Package
- Netsnmp - 2 Apt packages
- OpenVswitch - Downloaded from http://openvswitch.org/releases/openvswitch-1.1.0pre1.tar.gz
Additional Packages Required:
- pkg-configure (complains SSL is not found if this is not installed)
- MadWifi - was requested but omitted, I think they just need generic Wireless drivers. Ath5k drivers are installed by default. modprobe ath5k enumerates the devices.
- VLC - Apt package
- Wimax driver.
It makes more sense to have a single image with all the necessary components that can change behavior based on scripts. To that end I've merged all the requirements.
Talked with KK, we'll need to iron out the verion of the kernel we're going to use. Currently I'm missing a few tools/package: NX, vlc, snmp, and snmpd
Starting over with 10.04. We've decided we want the Image to be based of ubuntu 10.04 so that our wimax drivers will work with it. We may have to update date the kernel version.
So far I have:
- freenx - Installed by following instructions from https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeNX THIS FAILED MISERABLY
I had to modify the sources back to their original settings cuz they were a giant mess. FreeNx failed to install and the instruction are buggy at best. The packages claim to be broken. They may have to live with VNC which we know works. If we're scripting, why do we need a remote viewer at all?