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Re: [yast-devel] appliance status: 0.0.13 is Beta1
  • From: Martin Vidner <mvidner@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 9 Oct 2009 15:43:07 +0200
  • Message-id: <20091009134307.GB6285@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Fri, Oct 09, 2009 at 10:43:01AM +0200, Martin Vidner wrote:

This or the next version (built today) should be made public.
(I have disabled webyast-head-obs-submit in Hudson for today so that
we have more control of what is in the build service.)

It looks good enough, so now 0.0.13 is published here: (223MB)
(gpg --verify WebYaST*.asc)


1. Run the appliance
In the 1st run, accept the SLES EULA
2. Point the browser to port 54984 (**)
Select the "localhost" item,
Log in as root, with password linux
3. Go through the base setup (time and language)

- Changed the ports to 54984 (UI, provisional) and 4984 (REST, final).
Because of bnc#545627, the FIREWALL is DISABLED (TODO re-enable)
- Pointed repositories to external servers
( for SLES and OBS for WebYaST)
- Removed the unfinished security module (Firewall/SSH)
- Added the WebYaST logo to the appliance
- Removed autologin of user "tux"

- (Maintainers, please reply to this if you want to point out


- Time setting does not work.
It is only fixed in yast2-webservice-time-0.0.5 which has not
built fast enough to be included (sorry, Pepa).;a=commitdiff;h=eb4e387ee6214235705acb3117ee74f7823dd15c

- See this query for a complete bug list:

- irc://
(please disregard the oS11.2 version and instead remember to
mention the appliance version.)
*NEW* see
- mailto:yast-devel@xxxxxxxxxxxx

**) options:
- have the virtual machine set to network bridging
- tunnel out from the inside:
ssh -R 54984: \
-R 4984: \
-R 10022: \
(where is how the VM sees the host in a VirtualBox NAT setup)
Martin Vidner, YaST developer

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