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== SystemImager Image Server (for Imaging Workstations) ==
 
== SystemImager Image Server (for Imaging Workstations) ==
The following relates to the installation of systemimager. See [[CentosWorkstation]] for information as to the actual use of systemimager for getting and serving images.
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The following relates to the installation of systemimager for serving images. See [[CentosWorkstation]] for information as to the actual use of systemimager for getting the images.
  
 
* yum install perl-AppConfig
 
* yum install perl-AppConfig

Revision as of 07:41, 23 April 2009

Lychee

lychee is one of our servers. This document provides a full description of its services. If a service is moved to another server, please just move the corresponding description to its page.

Software

/marksw

/marksw/ contains a large selection of pre-compiled software for use by the group. Each package is found in /marksw/$NAME/$VERSION/. The source code and details of how the software was built is in /marksw/$NAME/$VERSION/SOURCE. In the bash (csh) configuration file /marksw/BASHRC (/marksw/CSHRC), is a simple shell function, module, which can be used in the following ways:

  1. module avail
  2. module $NAME/$VERSION ...

The first use lists the possible $NAME/$VERSION options for the second use. The second use simply adds for each $NAME/$VERSION argument, /marksw/$NAME/$VERSION/bin and /marksw/$NAME/$VERSION/sbin to the beginning of the contents of the PATH environment variable; /marksw/$NAME/$VERSION/lib64 and /marksw/$NAME/$VERSION/lib to the beginning of the contents of the LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable; and /marksw/$NAME/$VERSION/man to the beginning of the contents of the MANPATH environment variable.

The module command is sourced in the global bash configuration file /etc/bashrc and in the global csh configuration file /etc/csh.local.

Yum

Yum Repositories

Repository Software Installed

zsh yum-utils

SystemImager Image Server (for Imaging Workstations)

The following relates to the installation of systemimager for serving images. See CentosWorkstation for information as to the actual use of systemimager for getting the images.