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1#!/usr/bin/perl
2
3# $Id: build_livecd.pl 3181 2011-05-15 18:55:44Z skylar $
4
5# This file is part of BCCD, an open-source live CD for computational science
6# education.
7#
8# Copyright (C) 2010 Andrew Fitz Gibbon, Paul Gray, Kevin Hunter, Dave Joiner,
9#   Sam Leeman-Munk, Tom Murphy, Charlie Peck, Skylar Thompson, & Aaron Weeden
10
11#
12# This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
13# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
14# the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
15# (at your option) any later version.
16#
17# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
18# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
19# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
20# GNU General Public License for more details.
21#
22# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
23# along with this program.  If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
24
25#BCCD ISO build script
26
27use strict;
28use warnings;
29use lib "../trees/usr/local/lib/site_perl/5.10.0";
30use Getopt::Long;
31use Pod::Usage;
32use File::Path;
33use File::Temp;
34use File::Copy;
35use File::Basename;
36use WWW::Mechanize;
37use POSIX;
38use Bccd;
39use Cwd;
40use Bccd::TestDb qw/open_db insert_results/;
41use Readonly;
42
43$ENV{LANGUAGE} = "C";
44$ENV{LC_ALL} = "C";
45$ENV{LANG} = "C";
46
47my %opts;
48
49my($debmirror,$websvn,$rc,$out,$ft,$tmpdir,$cwd,$svnrev,
50   $Bccd,$allout,$rpkgs,$nouid,$nogid,$debmirror_host,
51   $debmirror_name,$debsecmirror,$dir,$kern_deb);
52my(@lsof,@pids,@rd);
53
54GetOptions(
55    'arch=s' => \$opts{'arch'},
56    'outiso=s' => \$opts{'outiso'},
57    'suite=s' => \$opts{'suite'},
58    'nocleanup' => \$opts{'nocleanup'},
59    'updatedb=s' => \$opts{'updatedb'},
60    'svnrev=i' => \$opts{'svnrev'},
61    "debug" => \$opts{'debug'},
62    "info" => \$opts{'info'},
63    "debmirror=s" => \$opts{'debmirror'},
64    "websvn=s" => \$opts{'websvn'},
65    "dir=s" => \$opts{'dir'},
66    'help' => \$opts{'help'}
67    );
68
69if($opts{'help'}) {
70    pod2usage(-verbose => 2);
71}
72
73if(!$opts{'arch'} ||
74   !$opts{'outiso'} ||
75   !$opts{'suite'}
76    ) {
77    pod2usage(-verbose => 2);
78}
79
80Readonly my $PROJECT => 'bccd';
81$ft = new File::Temp();
82if(defined($opts{'dir'})) {
83        $dir = $opts{'dir'};
84} else {
85        $dir = File::Spec->tmpdir;
86}
87
88if(defined($opts{'nocleanup'})) {
89        $ft = File::Temp->newdir("/tmp/$PROJECT.XXXXXXX",CLEANUP => 0);
90}
91else {
92        $ft = File::Temp->newdir("/tmp/$PROJECT.XXXXXXX",DIR=>$dir,CLEANUP => 1);
93}
94$tmpdir = $ft->dirname();
95
96$Bccd = new Bccd();
97
98if(defined($opts{'debmirror'})) {
99        $debmirror_host = $opts{'debmirror'};
100} else {
101        $debmirror_host = "debmirror.cluster.earlham.edu";
102}
103$debmirror = "http://$debmirror_host";
104
105if(defined($opts{'websvn'})) {
106        $websvn = $opts{'websvn'};
107} else {
108        $websvn = "http://bccd-ng.cluster.earlham.edu/svn/bccd-ng/branches/skylar-devel/";
109}
110
111Readonly my $BUILDDIR   => $tmpdir."/build-bccd/";
112Readonly my $SOFTWARE   => "/bccd/software/";
113Readonly my $PROJDIR    => $BUILDDIR."/diskless/bccd/";
114Readonly my $BCCDCLIENT => $BUILDDIR."/diskless/clients/";
115Readonly my $NEWHOME    => "$BUILDDIR/bccd/home";
116Readonly my $CHECKIN    => "$NEWHOME/meta/nodes/";
117Readonly my $LIBFETCH   => "/root/liberate";
118Readonly my $KERNREV    => "2.6.38bccd";
119$ENV{'DEBIAN_FRONTEND'} = "noninteractive";
120Readonly my $PERLDIR        => "/usr/local/lib/site_perl/";
121Readonly my $TESTNAME       => "build_livecd";
122Readonly my $STAGE          => $Bccd->get_stage();
123Readonly my $KNOPDIR        => "$tmpdir/KNOPPIX";
124Readonly my $USER           => "$PROJECT";
125Readonly my @TIME           => localtime();
126Readonly my $FORMAT_DATE    => ($TIME[5]+1900)."-".($TIME[4]+1)."-".$TIME[3];
127Readonly my $SPLASH_FILE    => 'bccd_logo_new.png';
128Readonly my @MINIRT_MODS    => (
129                                "BusLogic.ko",
130                                "NCR53c406a.ko",
131                                "a100u2w.ko",
132                                "advansys.ko",
133                                "aic7xxx.ko",
134                                "cloop.ko",
135                                "dc395x.ko",
136                                "dtc.ko",
137                                "eata.ko",
138                                "ehci-hcd.ko",
139                                "fdomain.ko",
140                                "ff-memless.ko",
141                                "forcedeth.ko",
142                                "gdth.ko",
143                                "ieee1394.ko",
144                                "initio.ko",
145                                "usb-libusual.ko",
146                                "loop.ko",
147                                "mptbase.ko",
148                                "mptscsih.ko",
149                                "ohci-hcd.ko",
150                                "ohci1394.ko",
151                                "pas16.ko",
152                                "psi240i.ko",
153                                "sbp2.ko",
154                                "sym53c8xx.ko",
155                                "t128.ko",
156                                "tmscsim.ko",
157                                "u14-34f.ko",
158                                "uhci-hcd.ko",
159                                "ultrastor.ko",
160                                "usb-storage.ko",
161                                "usbcore.ko",
162                                "usbhid.ko",
163                                "wd7000.ko",
164                                );
165
166# Revision fetch
167
168if($opts{'info'}) {
169    $Bccd->set_debug('INFO');
170}
171
172if($opts{'debug'}) {
173    $Bccd->set_debug('DEBUG');
174}
175
176if($opts{'updatedb'}) {
177    $Bccd->redirect_stdio("$tmpdir");
178}
179
180if($opts{'svnrev'}) {
181    $svnrev = $opts{'svnrev'};
182} else {
183    if($websvn !~ /^http/) {
184        $svnrev = "BASE";
185    } else {
186        $svnrev = $Bccd->run_test(
187            "getsvnrev",
188            "",
189            "Got subversion revision of $websvn.",
190            "$websvn",
191            );
192    }
193}
194
195my $PACKAGES = $Bccd->run_test(
196        "read_yaml",
197        "",
198        "Read package manifest.",
199        basename($0)."/packages",
200        );
201
202$Bccd->run_test(
203    "chdir",
204    "",
205    "cd'd into $tmpdir.",
206    "$tmpdir",
207    );
208
209$Bccd->run_test(
210    "system",
211    "",
212    "Built initial install tree.",
213    "debootstrap --arch $opts{'arch'} $opts{'suite'} $BUILDDIR $debmirror",
214    );
215
216$Bccd->run_test(
217    "system",
218    "",
219    "Copied /dev to $BUILDDIR/dev.",
220    "cp -R /dev $BUILDDIR/dev",
221    );
222
223$Bccd->run_test(
224    "system",
225    "",
226    "Mounted /proc into $BUILDDIR.",
227    "mount -t proc none $BUILDDIR/proc",
228    );
229
230$Bccd->run_test(
231    "system",
232    "",
233    "Mounted /sys into $BUILDDIR.",
234    "mount -t sysfs none $BUILDDIR/sys",
235    );
236
237$Bccd->run_test(
238    "fwrite",
239    "",
240    "Disabled apt-get package authentication.",
241    "a",
242    "$BUILDDIR/etc/apt/apt.conf",
243    "APT::Get::AllowUnauthenticated 1 ;",
244    );
245
246$Bccd->run_test(
247    "system",
248    "",
249    "Installed Perl testing modules in install tree.",
250    "chroot $BUILDDIR apt-get -y install libtest-base-perl",
251    );
252
253$Bccd->run_test(
254    "system",
255    "",
256    "Installed Perl testing modules in install tree.",
257    "chroot $BUILDDIR apt-get -y install libtest-base-perl",
258    );
259
260foreach my $file ( "$BUILDDIR/etc/apt/sources.list","$BUILDDIR/etc/apt/apt.conf","$BUILDDIR/etc/network/interfaces","$BUILDDIR/etc/dhcp3/dhcpd.conf","$BUILDDIR/etc/dhcp3/dhclient.conf","$BUILDDIR/etc/ssh/ssh_config","$BUILDDIR/etc/ssh/sshd_config","$BUILDDIR/etc/profile","$BUILDDIR/etc/default/useradd","$BUILDDIR/etc/default/tftpd-hpa","$BUILDDIR/etc/rc.local" ) {
261    if( -f $file ) {
262        $Bccd->run_test(
263            "unlink",
264            "",
265            "rm'd existing cfg file $file",
266            "$file",
267            );
268    }
269}
270
271foreach my $dir ( $BCCDCLIENT, $PROJDIR, "$BUILDDIR/etc/network", "$BUILDDIR/etc/dhcp3", "$BUILDDIR/etc/ssh", "$BUILDDIR/$SOFTWARE", "$BUILDDIR/root/.ssh", "$BUILDDIR/nfs",
272                  "$BUILDDIR/$LIBFETCH", "$BUILDDIR/var/run" ) {
273    if( !(-d $dir) ) {
274        $Bccd->run_test(
275            "mkpath",
276            "",
277            "Made $dir directory.",
278            "$dir",
279            );
280    }
281}
282
283$Bccd->run_test(
284    "revfetch",
285    "",
286    "Fetched debconf preseed file.",
287    $svnrev,
288    "$websvn/packages/debconf.preseed",
289    "$BUILDDIR/root/debconf.preseed",
290    );
291
292$Bccd->run_test(
293    "system",
294    "",
295    "Set debconf selections.",
296    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR debconf-set-selections /root/debconf.preseed",
297    );
298
299$Bccd->run_test(
300    "revfetch",
301    "",
302    "Fetched apt source list.",
303    $svnrev,
304    "$websvn/packages/etc/apt/sources.list",
305    "$BUILDDIR/etc/apt/sources.list",
306    );
307
308$Bccd->run_test(
309    "regexsub_file",
310    "",
311    "Changed DEBMIRROR template in sources list to $debmirror_host.",
312    "$BUILDDIR/etc/apt/sources.list",
313    "!DEBMIRROR!",
314    "$debmirror_host",
315    );
316
317foreach my $file ( "interfaces", "interfaces.compute" ) {
318    $Bccd->run_test(
319        "revfetch",
320        "",
321        "Fetched network $file cfg.",
322        $svnrev,
323        "$websvn/packages/etc/network/$file",
324        "$BUILDDIR/etc/network/$file",
325        );
326}
327
328$Bccd->run_test(
329    "mkpath",
330    "",
331    "mkdir /etc/X11/xinit",
332    "$BUILDDIR/etc/X11/xinit",
333    );
334
335# Make apt work
336
337foreach my $dir ( "/var/cache/apt/archives", "/var/cache/apt/archives/partial" ) {
338    $Bccd->run_test(
339        "mkpath",
340        "",
341        "mkdir $dir",
342        "$BUILDDIR/$dir",
343        );
344}
345
346# /etc fetch
347foreach my $file ( "hosts", "hosts.compute", "hosts.allow", "hosts.deny", "profile", "modules", "modules.net",
348          "passwd.compute", "group.compute", "shadow.compute", "exports.compute",
349          "nsswitch.conf", "unionfs.conf", "X11/xinit/xinitrc", "X11/xinit/xserverrc",
350          "dpkg/dpkg.cfg", "ld.so.conf.d/software.conf", "sudoers", "init.d/bccd-networking",
351          "init.d/bccd-passwd", "init.d/bccd-dhcp", "init.d/bccd-sshd", "X11/xorg.conf",
352          "lam.conf", "init.d/bccd-nfs", "init.d/bccd-unite-sw", "init.d/bccd-nics",
353          "init.d/bccd-dhcp-conf", "init.d/bccd-route", "init.d/bccd-keyboard", "rc.local",
354          "init.d/bccd-fsrw", "init.d/bccd-mail", "auto.master", "auto.sshfs", "ld.so.conf.d/CUDA.conf" ) {
355    $Bccd->run_test(
356        "revfetch",
357        "",
358        "Fetched /etc/$file file.",
359        $svnrev,
360        "$websvn/packages/etc/$file",
361        "$BUILDDIR/etc/$file",
362        );
363}
364
365$Bccd->run_test(
366    "chmod",
367    "",
368    "Set $BUILDDIR/etc/sudoers user/group readable only.",
369    0440,
370    "$BUILDDIR/etc/sudoers",
371    );
372
373foreach my $file ( "bccd-networking", "bccd-passwd", "bccd-dhcp", "bccd-sshd", "bccd-nfs", "bccd-unite-sw",
374          "bccd-nics", "bccd-dhcp-conf", "bccd-route", "bccd-keyboard", "bccd-fsrw", "bccd-mail" ) {
375    $Bccd->run_test(
376        "chmod",
377        "",
378        "Set $BUILDDIR/etc/init.d/$file executable.",
379        0755,
380        "$BUILDDIR/etc/init.d/$file",
381        );
382}
383
384$Bccd->run_test(
385        "chmod",
386        "",
387        "Set $BUILDDIR/etc/rc.local executable.",
388        0755,
389        "$BUILDDIR/etc/rc.local",
390);
391
392$cwd = getcwd();
393
394$Bccd->run_test(
395    "chdir",
396    "",
397    "cd $BUILDDIR",
398    "$BUILDDIR",
399    );
400
401$Bccd->run_test(
402    "recrevfetch",
403    "",
404    "Fetched lib directory.",
405    $svnrev,
406    "$websvn/trees/lib/",
407    );
408
409$Bccd->run_test(
410    "recrevfetch",
411    "",
412    "Fetched bin directory.",
413    $svnrev,
414    "$websvn/trees/bin/",
415    );
416
417$Bccd->run_test(
418    "recrevfetch",
419    "",
420    "Fetched sbin directory.",
421    $svnrev,
422    "$websvn/trees/sbin/",
423    );
424
425$Bccd->run_test(
426    "recrevfetch",
427    "",
428    "Fetched etc tree.",
429    $svnrev,
430    "$websvn/trees/etc/",
431    );
432
433$Bccd->run_test(
434    "recrevfetch",
435    "",
436    "Fetched root home directory.",
437    $svnrev,
438    "$websvn/trees/root/",
439    );
440
441
442$Bccd->run_test(
443    "chdir",
444    "",
445    "cd $BUILDDIR/etc",
446    "$BUILDDIR/etc",
447    );
448
449$Bccd->run_test(
450    "recrevfetch",
451    "",
452    "Fetched skel profile.",
453    $svnrev,
454    "$websvn/packages/etc/skel",
455    );
456
457foreach my $file ( "$BUILDDIR/etc/skel/.firstlogin", "$BUILDDIR/etc/skel/.bash_profile", ) {
458    $Bccd->run_test(
459        "chmod",
460        "",
461        "chmod 0755 $file",
462        0755,
463        "$file",
464        );
465}
466
467if(-f "$BUILDDIR/etc/skel/.bashrc") {
468    $Bccd->run_test(
469        "unlink",
470        "",
471        "Removed default .bashrc",
472        "$BUILDDIR/etc/skel/.bashrc",
473        );
474}
475
476$Bccd->run_test(
477    "chdir",
478    "",
479    "cd'ing into $BUILDDIR/etc/skel",
480    "$BUILDDIR/etc/skel",
481    );
482
483$Bccd->run_test(
484    "chdir",
485    "",
486    "cd $cwd",
487    "$cwd",
488    );
489
490$Bccd->run_test(
491    "revfetch",
492    "",
493    "Fetched liberate script.",
494    $svnrev,
495    "$websvn/packages/liberate.pl",
496    "$BUILDDIR/root/liberate.pl",
497    );
498
499$Bccd->run_test(
500    "revfetch",
501    "",
502    "Fetched /etc/default/useradd file.",
503    $svnrev,
504    "$websvn/packages/etc/default/useradd",
505    "$BUILDDIR/etc/default/useradd",
506    );
507
508$Bccd->run_test(
509    "fwrite",
510    "",
511    "Allowing initrd kernel upgrade.",
512    "a",
513    "$BUILDDIR/etc/kernel-img.conf",
514    "do_initrd=yes",
515    );
516
517$Bccd->run_test(
518    "system",
519    "",
520    "Updated apt cache.",
521    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR apt-get update",
522    );
523
524$Bccd->run_test(
525    "system",
526    "",
527    "Fetched pre-install dependencies.",
528    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR apt-get -y --allow-unauthenticated  install debian-archive-keyring initramfs-tools",
529    );
530
531if($opts{'arch'} eq 'i386') {
532        $Bccd->run_test(
533            "system",
534            "0",
535            "Fetched Debian packages.",
536            "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/bin/aptitude --allow-untrusted -y install @{$PACKAGES->{BASE}} @{$PACKAGES->{EXTRA}}",
537            );
538}
539elsif($opts{'arch'} eq 'amd64') {
540        $Bccd->run_test(
541            "system",
542            "0",
543            "Fetched Debian packages.",
544            "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR aptitude --allow-untrusted -y install @{$PACKAGES->{BASE}} @{$PACKAGES->{EXTRA}} @{$PACKAGES->{AMD64}}",
545            );
546}
547
548if($opts{'arch'} eq 'amd64') {
549    $Bccd->run_test(
550        "system",
551        "",
552        "Symlinking IA32 libstdc++ compatibility library.",
553        "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR ln -s /usr/lib32/libstdc++.so.6 /usr/lib32/libstdc++.so",
554        );
555    $kern_deb = 'linux-image-2.6.38bccd_2.6.38bccd-10.00.Custom_amd64.deb';
556}
557else {
558    $kern_deb = 'linux-image-2.6.38bccd_2.6.38bccd-10.00.Custom_i386.deb';
559}
560
561$Bccd->run_test(
562    "fcopy",
563    "",
564    "Copy $kern_deb into $BUILDDIR",
565    "/root/$kern_deb",
566    "$BUILDDIR/tmp/$kern_deb",
567    );
568
569$Bccd->run_test(
570    "system",
571    "",
572    "Installing new kernel.",
573    "/usr/bin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/bin/dpkg -i /tmp/$kern_deb",
574    );
575
576$Bccd->run_test(
577    "unlink",
578    "",
579    "Removing kernel deb file.",
580    "$kern_deb",
581    );
582
583# Workaround for tftpd-hpa/inetd conflict
584$Bccd->run_test(
585    "system",
586    "",
587    "Removing inetutils-inetd to avoid conflict with tftpd-hpa.",
588    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/bin/dpkg -r inetutils-inetd",
589    );
590
591$Bccd->run_test(
592    "system",
593    100,
594    "Fetching tftpd-hpa and gpm separately.",
595    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/bin/apt-get --force-yes -y install tftpd-hpa gpm",
596    );
597
598$Bccd->run_test(
599    "system",
600    "",
601    "Deleted cached deb packages.",
602    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR apt-get clean",
603    );
604
605$Bccd->run_test(
606    "system",
607    100,
608    "Removing old kernel.",
609    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR apt-get -y remove linux-image-2.6.26-2-amd64",
610    );
611
612$Bccd->run_test(
613    "system",
614    100,
615    "Deleted unneeded packages.",
616    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR apt-get -y autoremove",
617    );
618
619$Bccd->run_test(
620    "revfetch",
621    "",
622    "Fetched tftpd-hpa configuration.",
623    $svnrev,
624    "$websvn/packages/etc/default/tftpd-hpa",
625    "$BUILDDIR/etc/default/tftpd-hpa",
626    );
627
628$Bccd->run_test(
629    "mkpath",
630    "",
631    "Making $KERNREV modules directory.",
632    "$BUILDDIR/lib/modules/$KERNREV",
633    );
634
635$Bccd->run_test(
636    "revfetch",
637    "",
638    "Fetched ssh_config file.",
639    $svnrev,
640    "$websvn/packages/etc/ssh/ssh_config",
641    "$BUILDDIR/etc/ssh/ssh_config",
642    );
643
644$Bccd->run_test(
645    "revfetch",
646    "",
647    "Fetched sshd_config file.",
648    $svnrev,
649    "$websvn/packages/etc/ssh/sshd_config",
650    "$BUILDDIR/etc/ssh/sshd_config",
651    );
652
653$Bccd->run_test(
654    "mkpath",
655    "",
656    "mkdir $BUILDDIR/etc/udev/rules.d",
657    "$BUILDDIR/etc/udev/rules.d",
658    );
659
660$Bccd->run_test(
661    "revfetch",
662    "",
663    "Fetched USB automounting udev rule.",
664    $svnrev,
665    "$websvn/packages/etc/udev/rules.d/99-automount_usb.rules",
666    "$BUILDDIR/etc/udev/rules.d/99-automount_usb.rules",
667    );
668
669# Revision write
670
671$Bccd->run_test(
672    "fwrite",
673    "",
674    "Opened $BUILDDIR/etc/$PROJECT-revision for writing.",
675    "w",
676    "$BUILDDIR/etc/$PROJECT-revision",
677    "$svnrev",
678    );
679
680# Install software
681
682$Bccd->run_test(
683    "mkpath",
684    "",
685    "Created node checkin directory.",
686    "$CHECKIN",
687    );
688
689
690$nouid = $Bccd->run_test(
691    "getuseruid",
692    "",
693    "Got uid for nobody user.",
694    "nobody",
695    );
696
697$nogid = $Bccd->run_test(
698    "getusergid",
699    "",
700    "Got gid for nobody user.",
701    "nobody",
702    );
703
704$Bccd->run_test(
705    "chown",
706    "",
707    "chown'd checkin directory $CHECKIN to $nouid:$nogid.",
708    "$nouid",
709    "$nogid",
710    "$CHECKIN",
711    );
712
713if( ! -f "$BUILDDIR/usr/bin/python2" ) {
714    $Bccd->run_test(
715        "system",
716        "",
717        "Linked python->python2 for C3 tools.",
718        "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR ln -s /usr/bin/python2.5 /usr/bin/python2",
719        );
720}
721
722$Bccd->run_test(
723    "system",
724    "",
725    "Linked VBoxService into /usr/sbin.",
726    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR ln -s /opt/VBoxGuestAdditions-3.2.8/sbin/VBoxService /usr/sbin/VBoxService",
727    );
728
729foreach my $vb ("VBoxClient","VBoxControl") {
730    $Bccd->run_test(
731        "system",
732        "",
733        "Linked $vb into /usr/bin.",
734        "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR ln -s /opt/VBoxGuestAdditions-3.2.8/bin/$vb /usr/bin/$vb",
735        );
736}
737
738$Bccd->run_test(
739    "fcopy",
740    "",
741    "Copied pxelinux to tftpboot.",
742    "$BUILDDIR/usr/lib/syslinux/pxelinux.0",
743    "$BUILDDIR/var/lib/tftpboot/pxelinux.0",
744    );
745
746$Bccd->run_test(
747    "mkpath",
748    "",
749    "Made $BUILDDIR/var/lib/tftpboot/pxelinux.cfg",
750    "$BUILDDIR/var/lib/tftpboot/pxelinux.cfg",
751    );
752
753foreach my $file ( "dhcpd.conf", "dhclient.conf", "dhclient.conf-bccd", "dhclient.conf-any" ) {
754    $Bccd->run_test(
755        "revfetch",
756        "",
757        "Fetched DHCP $file configuration.",
758        $svnrev,
759        "$websvn/packages/etc/dhcp3/$file",
760        "$BUILDDIR/etc/dhcp3/$file",
761        );
762}
763
764# Needed down here to prevent hang with debconf
765foreach my $file ( "exports", "hosts.equiv", "gpm.conf", "inittab",
766                                   "pdnsd.conf", "default/pdnsd", ) {
767    $Bccd->run_test(
768        "revfetch",
769        "",
770        "Fetched /etc/$file file.",
771        $svnrev,
772        "$websvn/packages/etc/$file",
773        "$BUILDDIR/etc/$file",
774        );
775}
776
777$Bccd->run_test(
778    "system",
779    "",
780    "Setting LSB parsing of init scripts.",
781    "touch $BUILDDIR/etc/update-rc.d-lsbparse",
782    );
783
784$Bccd->run_test(
785    "system",
786    "",
787    "Disabling hardware-optimized ld.so directories.",
788    "touch $BUILDDIR/etc/ld.so.nohwcap",
789    );
790
791foreach my $script ("nis", "ssh-host-keys", "nfs-kernel-server", "ssh",
792                    "dhcp3-server", "dbus", "hal", "apache2",) {
793    $Bccd->run_test(
794        "system",
795        "",
796        "Disabled $script.",
797        "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d -f $script remove",
798        );
799}
800
801foreach my $script ("nfs-common", "vboxadd-service", "mpd", ) {
802    $Bccd->run_test(
803        "system",
804        "",
805        "Enabling $script at boot time.",
806        "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d $script defaults",
807        );
808}
809
810# This must run before 20 (bccd-passwd) and autofs
811foreach my $script ("bccd-unite-sw", "perfctr",) {
812    $Bccd->run_test(
813        "system",
814        "",
815        "Enabling $script config.",
816        "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d $script defaults 18",
817        );
818}
819
820# Based on virtualbox install script
821foreach my $script ("vboxadd","vboxadd-x11",) {
822    $Bccd->run_test(
823        "system",
824        "",
825        "Enabling $script config.",
826        "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d $script defaults 30",
827        );
828}
829
830$Bccd->run_test(
831    "system",
832    "",
833    "Enabling vboxadd-service config.",
834    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d vboxadd-service defaults 35",
835    );
836
837$Bccd->run_test(
838        "system",
839        "",
840        "Enabling home directory overlay cleaning.",
841        "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d bccd-clean-home start 11 S .",
842        );
843
844$Bccd->run_test(
845    "system",
846    "",
847    "Enabling bccd-nics config.",
848    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d bccd-nics start 39 S .",
849    );
850
851$Bccd->run_test(
852    "system",
853    "",
854    "Enabling bccd-dhcp-conf config.",
855    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d bccd-dhcp-conf start 38 S .",
856    );
857
858$Bccd->run_test(
859    "system",
860    "",
861    "Enabling bccd-route config.",
862    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d bccd-route start 41 S .",
863    );
864
865$Bccd->run_test(
866    "system",
867    "",
868    "Enabling bccd-fsrw config.",
869    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d bccd-fsrw start 11 S .",
870    );
871
872$Bccd->run_test(
873    "system",
874    "",
875    "Enabling bccd-keyboard config.",
876    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d bccd-keyboard start 18 S .",
877    );
878
879$Bccd->run_test(
880    "system",
881    "",
882    "Enabling bccd-networking config.",
883    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d bccd-networking start 42 2 S .",
884    );
885
886$Bccd->run_test(
887    "system",
888    "",
889    "Enabling networking config.",
890    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d networking start 42 2 S .",
891    );
892
893$Bccd->run_test(
894    "system",
895    "",
896    "Enabling bccd-nfs config.",
897    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d bccd-nfs start 20 2 S .",
898    );
899
900$Bccd->run_test(
901    "system",
902    "",
903    "Enabling bccd-passwd config.",
904    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d bccd-passwd start 20 S .",
905    );
906
907$Bccd->run_test(
908    "system",
909    "",
910    "Enabling bccd-sshd config.",
911    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d bccd-sshd start 20 2 S .",
912    );
913
914$Bccd->run_test(
915    "system",
916    "",
917    "Enabling bccd-dhcp config.",
918    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d bccd-dhcp start 40 S .",
919    );
920
921$Bccd->run_test(
922    "system",
923    "",
924    "Added root password.",
925    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/usermod -p '\$1\$erNdlHdL\$EV6C0eBbe6M3bVaK9m4If0' root",
926    );
927
928# User creation
929
930# Manual writes to keep NIS from interfering with static uid/gid
931
932$Bccd->run_test(
933    "fwrite",
934    "",
935    "Wrote out sshd user.",
936    "a",
937    "$BUILDDIR/etc/passwd",
938    "sshd:x:103:65534::/var/run/sshd:/usr/sbin/nologin",
939    );
940
941$Bccd->run_test(
942    "fwrite",
943    "",
944    "Wrote out sshd group.",
945    "a",
946    "$BUILDDIR/etc/shadow",
947    "sshd:!:13625:0:99999:7:::",
948    );
949
950$Bccd->run_test(
951    "system",
952    "",
953    "Creating non-root-group account.",
954    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/groupadd -g 1000 bccd",
955    );
956
957$Bccd->run_test(
958    "system",
959    "",
960    "Created non-root user account.",
961    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/useradd -s /bin/bash -G fuse,adm -u 1000 -g 1000 -d /home/$USER -m -p '\$1\$Agm0SXPB\$JnObEvwBQdg4WCovvMKST1' $USER",
962    );
963
964$Bccd->run_test(
965    "system",
966    "",
967    "Created vbox user account.",
968    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/useradd -s /bin/sh -G daemon -d /var/run/vboxadd vboxadd",
969    );
970
971$Bccd->run_test(
972    "system",
973    "",
974    "Altered non-root account directory for KNOPPIX.",
975    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/usermod -d /UNIONFS/home/$USER $USER",
976    );
977
978# Bccd perl modules
979
980$Bccd->run_test(
981    "mkpath",
982    "",
983    "mkdir $BUILDDIR/$PERLDIR",
984    "$BUILDDIR/$PERLDIR",
985    );
986
987$Bccd->run_test(
988    "chdir",
989    "",
990    "cd'd to $BUILDDIR/$PERLDIR/../",
991    "$BUILDDIR/$PERLDIR/../",
992    );
993
994
995$Bccd->run_test(
996    "recrevfetch",
997    "",
998    "Checked out Bccd perl modules.",
999    $svnrev,
1000    "$websvn/trees/$PERLDIR/",
1001    );
1002
1003$Bccd->run_test(
1004    "chdir",
1005    "",
1006    "cd'd to $tmpdir.",
1007    "$tmpdir",
1008    );
1009
1010$Bccd->run_test(
1011    "recrevfetch",
1012    "",
1013    "Checked out hardware autodetect stuff.",
1014    $svnrev,
1015    "$websvn/trees/hwsetup/",
1016    );
1017
1018$Bccd->run_test(
1019    "system",
1020    "",
1021    "Copied hardware autodetect into $BUILDDIR.",
1022    "cp -R $tmpdir/hwsetup/* $BUILDDIR/",
1023    );
1024
1025# Starting hwsetup init scripts
1026foreach my $script ( "knoppix-autoconfig", "xserver-xorg" ) {
1027    $Bccd->run_test(
1028        "system",
1029        "",
1030        "Enabled $script.",
1031        "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d $script start 20 2 3 4 5 .",
1032        );
1033}
1034
1035# Software install
1036
1037$Bccd->run_test(
1038    "chdir",
1039    "",
1040    "cd'd to $BUILDDIR",
1041    "$BUILDDIR",
1042    );
1043
1044$Bccd->run_test(
1045    "recrevfetch",
1046    "",
1047    "Fetched software tree.",
1048    $svnrev,
1049    "$websvn/trees/software/bccd/",
1050    );
1051
1052$Bccd->run_test(
1053    "system",
1054    "",
1055    "Changed $SOFTWARE to bccd:bccd.",
1056    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /bin/chown -R bccd:bccd $SOFTWARE",
1057    );
1058
1059foreach my $prog ( <$BUILDDIR/bccd/software/*/bin/*> ) {
1060    $Bccd->run_test(
1061        "chmod",
1062        "",
1063        "chmod 0755 $prog",
1064        0755,
1065        "$prog",
1066        );
1067}
1068
1069$Bccd->run_test(
1070    "chdir",
1071    "",
1072    "cd $BUILDDIR/",
1073    "$BUILDDIR/",
1074    );
1075
1076$Bccd->run_test(
1077    "recrevfetch",
1078    "",
1079    "Fetched test tree.",
1080    $svnrev,
1081    "$websvn/trees/home",
1082    );
1083
1084$Bccd->run_test(
1085    "system",
1086    "",
1087    "chown'd $BUILDDIR/home/bccd to bccd:bccd",
1088    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR chown -R $USER:$USER /home/bccd",
1089    );
1090
1091$Bccd->run_test(
1092    "chmod",
1093    "",
1094    "chmod 0600 $BUILDDIR/home/bccd/.mpd.conf",
1095    0600,
1096    "$BUILDDIR/home/bccd/.mpd.conf",
1097    );
1098
1099$Bccd->run_test(
1100    "chmod",
1101    "",
1102    "chmod 0755 $BUILDDIR/root/.ssh/",
1103    0755,
1104    "$BUILDDIR/root/.ssh/",
1105    );
1106
1107$Bccd->run_test(
1108    "chmod",
1109    "",
1110    "chmod 0755 $BUILDDIR/home/$USER/.ssh",
1111    0755,
1112    "$BUILDDIR/home/$USER/.ssh",
1113    );
1114
1115$Bccd->run_test(
1116                "chmod",
1117                "",
1118                "chmod 0755 $BUILDDIR/home/$USER",
1119                0755,
1120                "$BUILDDIR/home/$USER",
1121                );
1122
1123foreach my $file ( "$BUILDDIR/root/.ssh/bccd", "$BUILDDIR/root/.ssh/config" ) {
1124    $Bccd->run_test(
1125        "chmod",
1126        "",
1127        "chmod 0600 $file",
1128        0600,
1129        "$file",
1130        );
1131}
1132
1133foreach my $key ( <$BUILDDIR/etc/ssh/ssh*key*> ) {
1134    $Bccd->run_test(
1135        "unlink",
1136        "",
1137        "Removed ssh key $key.",
1138        "$key",
1139        );
1140}
1141
1142$Bccd->run_test(
1143    "system",
1144    "",
1145    "Requiring bccd ssh start script for ssh start.",
1146    "perl -wpli -e 's/^(#\\s+Required-Start:\\s+.*\$)/\$1 bccd-sshd/' $BUILDDIR/etc/init.d/ssh",
1147    );
1148
1149$Bccd->run_test(
1150    "system",
1151    "",
1152    "Requiring bccd nic start script for networking start.",
1153    "perl -wpli -e 's/^(#\\s+Required-Start:\\s+.*\$)/\$1 bccd-nics/' $BUILDDIR/etc/init.d/networking",
1154    );
1155
1156$Bccd->run_test(
1157    "system",
1158    "",
1159    "Fixing cstddef for openmpi.",
1160    "perl -wpli -e 's/#include_next/#include/g' $BUILDDIR/usr/include/c++/4.3/cstddef",
1161    );
1162
1163# Make us LIVE
1164
1165$Bccd->run_test(
1166    "fwrite",
1167    "",
1168    "Made us LIVE.",
1169    "w",
1170    "$BUILDDIR/etc/$PROJECT-stage",
1171    "LIVE",
1172    );
1173
1174# Setting up menus
1175
1176foreach my $file (<$BUILDDIR/usr/share/menu/*>) {
1177    $Bccd->run_test(
1178        "unlink",
1179        "",
1180        "rm'd X menu item $file",
1181        "$file",
1182        );
1183}
1184
1185$cwd = getcwd();
1186
1187$Bccd->run_test(
1188    "chdir",
1189    "",
1190    "cd $BUILDDIR/",
1191    "$BUILDDIR/",
1192    );
1193
1194$Bccd->run_test(
1195    "recrevfetch",
1196    "",
1197    "Fetched /usr items.",
1198    $svnrev,
1199    "$websvn/trees/usr/",
1200    );
1201
1202$Bccd->run_test(
1203    "recrevfetch",
1204    "",
1205    "Fetched architecure-specific items for $opts{'arch'}.",
1206    $svnrev,
1207    "$websvn/trees/arch/$opts{'arch'}",
1208    );
1209
1210$Bccd->run_test(
1211    "system",
1212    "",
1213    "Copied architecture-specific items from /$opts{'arch'} to /.",
1214        "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/bin/rsync -av --progress /$opts{'arch'}/ /",
1215    );
1216
1217$Bccd->run_test(
1218        "fcopy",
1219        "",
1220        "Copied cloop.ko into $tmpdir.",
1221        "$BUILDDIR/KNOPPIX/KNOPPIX/modules/cloop.ko",
1222        "$tmpdir/cloop.ko",
1223        );
1224
1225$Bccd->run_test(
1226    "chdir",
1227    "",
1228    "Changed back to old directory.",
1229    "$cwd",
1230    );
1231
1232$Bccd->run_test(
1233    "system",
1234    "",
1235    "Updated desktop menus.",
1236    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/bin/update-menus",
1237    );
1238
1239# Software end
1240
1241# Pre-fetching liberation stuff
1242
1243$Bccd->run_test(
1244    "revfetch",
1245    "",
1246    "Fetched LVM fdisk script.",
1247    $svnrev,
1248    "$websvn/packages/fdisk_lvm.input",
1249    "$BUILDDIR/$LIBFETCH/fdisk_lvm.input",
1250    );
1251
1252$Bccd->run_test(
1253    "revfetch",
1254    "",
1255    "Fetched BCCD splash screen.",
1256    $svnrev,
1257    "$websvn/packages/$SPLASH_FILE",
1258    "$BUILDDIR/$LIBFETCH/$SPLASH_FILE",
1259    );
1260
1261$Bccd->run_test(
1262    "revfetch",
1263    "",
1264    "Fetched liberation exports file.",
1265    $svnrev,
1266    "$websvn/packages/etc/exports.liberate",
1267    "$BUILDDIR/$LIBFETCH/exports",
1268    );
1269
1270$Bccd->run_test(
1271    "chdir",
1272    "",
1273    "cd'ing to $BUILDDIR/$LIBFETCH/.",
1274    "$BUILDDIR/$LIBFETCH",
1275    );
1276
1277$Bccd->run_test(
1278    "system",
1279    "",
1280    "Tar'd up linux_aufs.",
1281    "tar -C $BUILDDIR -cjvf $BUILDDIR/$LIBFETCH/lib-linux.tar.bz2 boot lib/modules var/lib/tftpboot",
1282    );
1283
1284foreach my $file (grep(-f $_, <$BUILDDIR/var/lib/apt/lists/*>)) {
1285        $Bccd->run_test(
1286            "unlink",
1287            "",
1288            "Removed apt file lists.",
1289            "$file",
1290            );
1291}
1292
1293$Bccd->run_test(
1294        "rmtree",
1295        "",
1296        "Removing docs to save space.",
1297        "$BUILDDIR/usr/share/doc",
1298        );
1299
1300$Bccd->run_test(
1301        "system",
1302        "0",
1303        "Remove all fonts possible.",
1304        qq{/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /sbin/bccd-rm-fonts},
1305        );
1306
1307$Bccd->run_test(
1308    "recrevfetch",
1309    "",
1310    "Fetched $websvn/trees/diskless over svn.",
1311    $svnrev,
1312    "$websvn/trees/diskless",
1313    );
1314
1315$Bccd->run_test(
1316    "chdir",
1317    "",
1318    "Reverted to $cwd.",
1319    "$cwd",
1320    );
1321
1322$Bccd->run_test(
1323    "revfetch",
1324    "",
1325    "Fetched grub menu.",
1326    $svnrev,
1327    "$websvn/packages/boot/grub/menu.lst",
1328    "$BUILDDIR/$LIBFETCH/grub_menu.lst",
1329    );
1330
1331$Bccd->run_test(
1332    "lsofkill",
1333    "",
1334    "Killing procs in $BUILDDIR: ",
1335    "$BUILDDIR",
1336    );
1337
1338# Make here so automount doesn't destroy it
1339
1340$Bccd->run_test(
1341    "mkpath",
1342    "",
1343    "mkdir $BUILDDIR/mnt/ssh",
1344    "$BUILDDIR/mnt/ssh",
1345    );
1346
1347$Bccd->run_test(
1348    "system",
1349    "",
1350    "Unmounted $BUILDDIR/proc.",
1351    "umount -l $BUILDDIR/proc",
1352    );
1353
1354$Bccd->run_test(
1355    "system",
1356    "",
1357    "Unmounted $BUILDDIR/sys.",
1358    "umount -l $BUILDDIR/sys",
1359    );
1360
1361$Bccd->run_test(
1362    "chdir",
1363    "",
1364    "cd'd to $tmpdir for Knoppix fetch.",
1365    "$tmpdir",
1366    );
1367
1368$Bccd->run_test(
1369    "recrevfetch",
1370    "",
1371    "Fetched KNOPPIX sans root filesystem.",
1372    $svnrev,
1373    "$websvn/trees/KNOPPIX/",
1374    );
1375
1376$Bccd->run_test(
1377        "fcopy",
1378        "",
1379        "Copying Linux kernel into KNOPPIX image.",
1380        "$BUILDDIR/boot/vmlinuz-$KERNREV",
1381        "$tmpdir/KNOPPIX/boot/isolinux/linux",
1382        );
1383
1384$Bccd->run_test(
1385        "fmove",
1386        "",
1387        "Moved cloop.ko into KNOPPIX directory.",
1388        "$tmpdir/cloop.ko",
1389        "$tmpdir/KNOPPIX/KNOPPIX/modules/cloop.ko",
1390        );
1391
1392
1393$Bccd->run_test(
1394        "revfetch",
1395        "",
1396        "Fetched minirt device configuration.",
1397        $svnrev,
1398        "$websvn/packages/mknod.y",
1399        "$tmpdir/mknod.y",
1400        );
1401
1402$Bccd->run_test(
1403        "mknods",
1404        "",
1405        "Created minirt device nodes.",
1406        "$tmpdir/mknod.y",
1407        "$tmpdir/KNOPPIX/boot/isolinux/minirt",
1408        );
1409
1410$Bccd->run_test(
1411        "system",
1412        "",
1413        "Created minirt filesystem.",
1414        "dd if=/dev/zero of=$tmpdir/minirt bs=1k count=5400",
1415        );
1416
1417$Bccd->run_test(
1418        "system",
1419        "",
1420        "Made ext2 filesystem in minirt filesystem.",
1421        "/sbin/mke2fs -F $tmpdir/minirt",
1422        );
1423
1424$Bccd->run_test(
1425        "mkpath",
1426        "",
1427        "Made loop directory.",
1428        "$tmpdir/loop",
1429        );
1430
1431$Bccd->run_test(
1432        "system",
1433        "",
1434        "Mounted minirt on loop directory.",
1435        "/bin/mount -t ext2 -o loop $tmpdir/minirt $tmpdir/loop",
1436        );
1437
1438$Bccd->run_test(
1439        "system",
1440        "",
1441        "Copied minirt into loop filesystem.",
1442        "rsync -a $tmpdir/KNOPPIX/boot/isolinux/minirt/ $tmpdir/loop/",
1443        );
1444
1445$Bccd->run_test(
1446        "mkpath",
1447        "",
1448        "Made modules directory in loop filesystem.",
1449        "$tmpdir/loop/modules/",
1450        );
1451
1452foreach my $mod (@MINIRT_MODS) {
1453        $Bccd->run_test(
1454                "system",
1455                "",
1456                "Copied $mod into minirt loop filesystem.",
1457                "find $BUILDDIR/lib/modules/$KERNREV/ -type f -name $mod -exec /bin/cp -v {} $tmpdir/loop/modules/$mod \\;",
1458        );
1459}
1460
1461$Bccd->run_test(
1462        "system",
1463        "",
1464        "Unmounted loop filesystem.",
1465        "umount $tmpdir/loop/",
1466        );
1467
1468$Bccd->run_test(
1469        "rmtree",
1470        "",
1471        "Removed minirt tree.",
1472        "$tmpdir/KNOPPIX/boot/isolinux/minirt/",
1473        );
1474
1475$Bccd->run_test(
1476        "system",
1477        "",
1478        "Placed minirt in KNOPPIX tree.",
1479        "gzip -c $tmpdir/minirt > $tmpdir/KNOPPIX/boot/isolinux/minirt.gz",
1480        );
1481
1482$Bccd->run_test(
1483    "revfetch",
1484    "",
1485    "Fetched background image.",
1486    $svnrev,
1487    "$websvn/packages/$SPLASH_FILE",
1488    "$tmpdir/$SPLASH_FILE",
1489    );
1490
1491$Bccd->run_test(
1492    "system",
1493    "",
1494    "Creating isolinux splash image.",
1495    "pngtopnm $tmpdir/$SPLASH_FILE | ppmtolss16 > $tmpdir/KNOPPIX/boot/isolinux/logo.16",
1496    );
1497
1498$Bccd->run_test(
1499    "regexsub_file",
1500    "",
1501    "Adding revision to KNOPPIX boot file.",
1502    "$tmpdir/KNOPPIX/boot/isolinux/boot.msg",
1503    "==REVISION==",
1504    "$svnrev",
1505    );
1506
1507$Bccd->run_test(
1508    "regexsub_file",
1509    "",
1510    "Adding date to KNOPPIX boot file.",
1511    "$tmpdir/KNOPPIX/boot/isolinux/boot.msg",
1512    "==DATE==",
1513    "$FORMAT_DATE",
1514    );
1515
1516$Bccd->run_test(
1517        "fwrite",
1518        "",
1519        "Writing out date to /etc/$PROJECT-build-date.",
1520        "w",
1521        "$BUILDDIR/etc/$PROJECT-build-date",
1522        "$FORMAT_DATE",
1523        );
1524
1525$Bccd->run_test(
1526        "rmtree",
1527        "",
1528        "Removing linux_aufs fetch for $BUILDDIR.",
1529        "$BUILDDIR/$opts{'arch'}",
1530        );
1531
1532$Bccd->run_test(
1533    "system",
1534    "",
1535    "Created compressed root filesystem.",
1536    "bash -c 'genisoimage -R -U -V BCCD-NG -publisher ccg -hide-rr-moved -cache-inodes -no-bak -pad $BUILDDIR | create_compressed_fs  - 65536 > $tmpdir/KNOPPIX/KNOPPIX/KNOPPIX'",
1537    );
1538
1539$Bccd->run_test(
1540    "system",
1541    "",
1542    "Created bootable ISO image.",
1543    "genisoimage -pad -l -r -J -v -V BCCD-NG -no-emul-boot -boot-load-size 4 -boot-info-table -b boot/isolinux/isolinux.bin -c boot/isolinux/boot.cat -hide-rr-moved -o $opts{'outiso'} $tmpdir/KNOPPIX",
1544    );
1545
1546print "Passed ".$Bccd->get_passed()." out of ".$Bccd->get_total()." total tests.\n";
1547
1548if($opts{'updatedb'}) {
1549    my $dbh = open_db("$opts{'updatedb'}");
1550    if( $Bccd->get_passed() < $Bccd->get_total() ) {
1551        insert_results($TESTNAME,$STAGE,$svnrev,$Bccd->snarf_file("$tmpdir/allout"),"FAILURE",$dbh);
1552    } else {
1553        insert_results($TESTNAME,$STAGE,$svnrev,$Bccd->snarf_file("$tmpdir/allout"),"SUCCESS",$dbh);
1554    }
1555    $Bccd->close_stdio();
1556    $dbh->disconnect;
1557}
1558
1559chdir $ENV{'HOME'};
1560
1561exit $Bccd->get_total()-$Bccd->get_passed();
1562
1563__END__
1564
1565build_livecd.pl - Build process based on Knoppix Live CD creation
1566
1567=head1 - SYNOPSIS
1568
1569This script is based on KNOPPIX project documentation for creating a
1570                #Test for running system commands
1571Debian-based Live CD using cloop.
1572
1573=head1 - OPTIONS
1574
1575=over 8
1576
1577=item B<--builddir> I<path-to-dir>
1578
1579Path to build directory for live CD. Will be cleaned up after the work is
1580done.
1581
1582=item B<--arch> I<arch>
1583
1584Architecture to build for.
1585
1586=item B<--outiso> I<path-to-file>
1587
1588Where to output the bccd ISO image.
1589
1590=item B<--websvn> I<websvn-url>
1591
1592Path to bccd's websvn branch, i.e. http://cluster.earlham.edu/svn/bccd-ng/trunk.
1593
1594=item B<--suite> I<release-name>
1595
1596Name of the Debian release suite to download.
1597
1598=item B<--nocleanup>
1599
1600Preserve the /tmp directory for investigation.
1601
1602=item B<--help>
1603
1604This message.
1605
1606=cut
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