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OPS235 Lab 2

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URL change for lab files.
:: '''Kickstart File URL (Kernel options): '''
:::* Seneca Lab:''' <span style="color:green;font-weight:bold">ks=</span>* Home:''' <span style="color:green;font-weight:bold">ks=</span>
:: '''VM Image Pathname:''' /var/lib/libvirt/images/centos3.qcow2
:: '''Memory:''' 2048MB ('''IMPORTANT''' Do not use less than 2048MB during installation.)
# Create the VM (called '''centos3''')
# During the install, copy the network URL, then click the '''URL options''' to expand the '''kernel options''' input textbox. Type the following in the kernel options textbox: <ul><li>Seneca Lab:''' <span style="color:green;font-weight:bold">ks=</span></li><li>'''Home:''' <span style="color:green;font-weight:bold">ks=</span></li></ul>
# Then click the '''forward''' button to proceed. Make certain to select the correct Memory Size and Disk Space size shown in the VM Details above
# Make certain to enter the name: '''centos3''', <u>AND</u> then select the option: '''Customize configuration before install''', and select '''Copy Host CPU Configuration''', click '''Apply''', and then click '''Begin Installation'''.
# We will now learn how to download a compressed image file and XML configuration file and add it as a VM to the Virtual Machine Manager menu.
# Issue the following commands:<ul><li><b><code><span style="color:#3366CC;font-size:1.2em;">wget</span></code></b></li><li><b><code><span style="color:#3366CC;font-size:1.2em;">wget</span></code></b></li></ul>
# Copy these files to the '''/var/lib/libvirt/images''' directory and decompress the qcow2 image file.
# Make certain your present working directory is: '''/var/lib/libvirt/images'''
<li value="15">Save, set permissions, and then run that shell script to backup centos1. Confirm that this script did backup this image to root's home directory</li><li>Use the <b><code>wget</code></b> command to download, study, and run the following shell scripts on-line:<blockquote><b><code><span style=" pointer-events:none;cursor:default;color:#3366CC;font-size:1.2em;"><br></span></code></b><br><b><code><span style=" pointer-events:none;cursor:default;color:#3366CC;font-size:1.2em;"><br></span></code></b></blockquote></li><li>Try to understand what these Bash Shell scripts do.</li><li>You have completed lab2. Proceed to Completing The Lab, and follow the instructions for "lab sign-off".</li></ol>
# Inside each virtual machine, run <b><code>ip a</code></b> on the command line. Open a Terminal window in centos1 to do so. You'll need the IP address of each machine for the next steps.
# Switch to your '''c7host''' VM, open a terminal, login as root, and change directory to '''/root/bin'''.
# Issue the Linux command: <b><code><span style="color:#3366CC;font-size:1.2em;">wget</span></code></b>
# Give the '''lab2-check.bash''' file execute permissions (for the file owner).
# Run the shell script and if any warnings, make fixes and re-run shell script until you receive "congratulations" message.

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