[Barrelfish-users] Automating Development Environments with Vagrant
troscoe at inf.ethz.ch
Mon Nov 21 19:06:19 CET 2016
Many thanks - this sounds very useful!
One option is to add it to the wiki. You can apply for editing rights
on the wiki, and we should (hopefully!) be able to add you to the
Do you want to try that?
At Mon, 21 Nov 2016 09:31:21 -0200, Rodrigo Siqueira <rodrigosiqueiramelo at gmail.com> wrote:
> Around two months I'm studying about Barrelfish and I made some tiny
> changes to it (just to learn). In my case, I use Arch Linux and I had a few
> problems because of some required packages to compile Barrelfish (available
> only for Ubuntu).
> I plan to pack those dependencies to Arch, but now I am focusing to
> understand how Barrelfish works. By this reason, I created a small
> automation with Vagrant to make easier to compile Barrelfish in an
> environment different from Ubuntu. After thinking about this small
> automation, I was considering if it could be useful for anothers
> Barrelfish's enthusiasts. Why, I believe that could be helpful:
> 1 - Users, which are not using Debian like system could take benefit of it;
> 2 - Not put extra packages on your environment;
> 3 - Easy to clean the environment (up and destroy).
> What you need to use it:
> * vagrant
> * one provider (for the moment, only works with Virtualbox)
> How it works:
> * vagrant up -> The first time, it will download Ubuntu image and run
> provision (script created based on
> * vagrant provision -> Execute provision script again
> * vagrant destroy -> Destroy image
> * vagrant ssh -> enter in the virtual machine
> Using qemu:
> All the compile results will be in 'build' directory (shared between
> virtual machine and host), just run 'make qemu_x86_64' in your local
> machine (or in the virtual machine, if you want)
> I did it to make my tasks with Barrelfish easier, and I shared this patch
> with you to collect a feedback. If you think this can be useful for
> Barrelfish, I can make the Vagrantfile and provision more flexible (for use
> any provider, for example).
> Finally, I'm not sure if here is the correct place to send a patch (or a
> draft of it) or even if this is the correct approach to send a
> contribution. If I did something wrong, please let me know.
> Best regards
> Rodrigo Siqueira
> Graduate Student
> Department of Computer Science
> University of São Paulo
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