Changes between Version 25 and Version 26 of FeddUsersGuide


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Aug 15, 2014 2:38:49 PM (5 years ago)
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    330330The rest of this document describes how to get and use the lightweight federation technology.  We also have detailed instructions about [FeddDesktop configuring a desktop controller outside a VM] and [DesktopExoGeni using desktop federation in ExoGENI].
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    332 == Getting The Lightweight Federation Image and Getting DETER Federation Rights ==
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    334 The lightweight federation image can currently be found at http://vim.isi.edu/fedd.ova .  This is an [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_Virtualization_Format open virtualization format] file that can be imported by many virtual machine monitors (VMMs).  In particular, [http://virtualbox.org virtualbox], a free, open source VMM that runs on many operating systems will import the file.
     332== Getting A Lightweight Federation Image and Getting DETER Federation Rights ==
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     334We have two lightweight federations images:
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     336 * [https://vim.isi.edu/Linux_Federation_14.04.ova Ubuntu 14.04 based image]
     337 * [https://vim.isi.edu/Linux_Federation.ova Ubuntu 12.04 based image]
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     339These are [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_Virtualization_Format open virtualization format] files that can be imported by many virtual machine monitors (VMMs).  In particular, [http://virtualbox.org virtualbox], a free, open source VMM that runs on many operating systems will import the files.
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    336341In addition, users will need to get ther DETER accounts authorized to create federated experiments.  DETER administration controls this facility because it allows users to reach outside DETER, which we normally do not allow.  To get an account authorized for federation, contact [mailto:faber@isi.edu].