[one-users] OpenNebula and Ubuntu Feisty
drazzib at drazzib.com
Tue Sep 7 04:27:04 PDT 2010
[I'm a Debian Developer and I've re-started packaging effort of OpenNebula
(more to come in a separate thread :)]
Nelson, regarding your initial question, "opennebula-common" package
contains a postinst script to create cloud group, oneadmin user and setup
initial ssh key. "opennebula-node" depends on opennebula-common and also
add oneadmin user inside libvirt group.
You can do all this manually, if you want.
On Tue, 7 Sep 2010 13:04:25 +0200, Tino Vazquez <tinova at fdi.ucm.es> wrote:
> Hi Nelson,
> The OpenNebula packages for Ubuntu were made by Soren Hansen, so I am
> not 100% sure of what they do or don't.
> OpenNebula only requires in the nodes a hypervisor, ssh access for
> oneadmin and a software bridge to create virtual networks (of course,
> if needed),
> Hope it helps,
> On Fri, Sep 3, 2010 at 7:46 PM, Nelson Mimura Gonzalez
> <nelsonspbr at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Just FYI, I already set up SSH, NIS and NFS both at the front end and
>> node, and I also installed, configured and tested Xen at the node.
>> I think that the only thing to be done at the node is to create the
>> oneadmin. But if you see  this is not necessary, as long as the
>> directory (where SSH permissions are put) is shared through NFS. So the
>> question persists: what does the installation of opennebula-node do?
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