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Il giorno ven, 07/01/2011 alle 10.15 -0500, Academic Sam ha scritto:
> Since this is on our university network, it is not possible to let
> someone else access it. So, I will have to do all the work in setting
> up and running it (and I'm willing). To minimize disruptions to the
> current setup, I'd like to run it in a separate virtual machine/chroot
I planned on writing actual usage documentation for the tinderbox this
past week but between a flue and a cold I'm in a bit of a pinch with
stuff. So I'll summarise here what you'd have to look at as it is.
The code to run the tinderbox is mostly self-contained in the git
it doesn't require much in term of software; you can easily run it on
either KVM (but I found the I/O hit too big on my system) or within an
LXC instance. A non-namespaced chroot will likely cause you trouble.
You can use a network-isolated instance by providing it with a proxy to
use, otherwise it'll access network normally (some tests might make use
of network connectivity, and not all of it is SFW).
Just run ./tinderbox-continuous.sh and it should take care of everything
alone, if you still have any doubts please feel free to ask so that I
know what to document exactly.
Diego Elio Pettenò — Flameeyes
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