Changeset 2754 in /cluster/svnroot


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Timestamp:
Oct 27, 2010 2:02:19 PM (10 years ago)
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fitz
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merge from trunk

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    11#!/bin/bash -x
    22
    3 if [ -z "$1" ]; then
    4         echo "Need to put in database user!"
    5         exit 1
     3# $Id$
     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
     25usage() {
     26        echo "$0 -c <conf-file>" >&2
     27        exit 2
     28}
     29
     30while getopts ":c:" OPTION; do
     31        case ${OPTION} in
     32                c  )
     33                        CONF=${OPTARG}
     34                        ;;
     35                h  )
     36                        usage
     37                        ;;
     38                \? )
     39                        usage
     40                        ;;
     41        esac
     42done
     43
     44if [ -z "${CONF}" ]; then
     45        usage
    646fi
    747
    8 DBUSER=$1
     48if [ ! -r "${CONF}" ]; then
     49        echo "${CONF} unreadable!" >&2
     50        exit 2
     51fi
    952
    10 TEMPDIR=`mktemp -d`
     53. ${CONF}
     54if test -z ${ARCH} || test -z ${DBUSER} \
     55        test -z ${WEBSVN} || test -z ${BRANCH} \
     56        test -z ${BINDIR} || test -z ${BLDCD} \
     57        test -z ${OUTBASE} || test -z ${OUTISO} \
     58        test -z ${TEMPISO}; then
     59        echo "Don't have all the conf directives, see wiki!" >&2
     60        exit 2
     61fi
     62
     63TEMPDIR=$(mktemp -d)
    1164if [ "$?" -ne "0" ]; then
    1265        echo "mktemp -d died on $?"
     
    2073fi
    2174
    22 WEBSVN="http://bccd-ng.cluster.earlham.edu/svn/bccd-ng/"
    23 BRANCH="${WEBSVN}/trunk/"
    24 BINDIR="/bin/"
    25 BLDCD="build_livecd.pl"
    2675LOCALPERL=${TEMPDIR}/site_perl/
    2776PERL5LIB=${PERL5LIB}:${LOCALPERL}
    28 PATH=$PATH:/sbin:/usr/sbin
    29 OUTBASE=/cluster/bccd-ng/stable
    30 OUTISO=$OUTBASE/bccd_latest.iso
    31 TEMPISO=`mktemp ${OUTISO}.XXXXXXXX`
    32 
    3377export PERL5LIB
    3478
     
    89133fi
    90134
    91 CMD="./$BLDCD --arch i386 --suite lenny --outiso ${TEMPISO} --updatedb $DBUSER"
     135CMD="./$BLDCD --arch ${ARCH} --suite lenny --outiso ${TEMPISO} --updatedb $DBUSER --debug --nocleanup"
    92136$CMD
    93137RC=$?
     
    99143# No $CMD for redirect
    100144pushd $OUTBASE
    101 /usr/bin/md5sum `basename ${TEMPISO}` > ${TEMPISO}.md5
     145/usr/bin/md5sum $(basename ${TEMPISO}) > ${TEMPISO}.md5
    102146RC=$?
    103147if [ "$RC" -ne "0" ]; then
     
    142186CMD="/bin/chmod 644 ${OUTISO}.md5"
    143187$CMD
    144 RC=$?
    145 if [ "$RC" -ne "0" ]; then
    146         echo "$CMD died on $RC"
    147         exit $RC
    148 fi
     188#RC=$?
     189#if [ "$RC" -ne "0" ]; then
     190#        echo "$CMD died on $RC"
     191#        exit $RC
     192#fi
    149193
    150194popd
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    11#!/bin/sh -e
     2
     3# $Id$
     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
    225#This script must be run as superuser
    326
    427if [ $1 ]; then
    5 DRIVE=$1
     28  DRIVE=$1
    629else
    7 echo "USAGE:\n $0 <USB DRIVE>"
    8 exit
     30  echo -e "USAGE:\n $0 <USB DRIVE> <ISO>"
     31  exit
    932fi
    1033
    1134if [ $2 ]; then
    12 ISO_PATH=$2
     35  ISO_PATH=$2
    1336else
    14 echo "USAGE:\n $0 <USB DRIVE> <ISO>"
    15 exit
     37  echo -e "USAGE:\n $0 <USB DRIVE> <ISO>"
     38  exit
    1639fi
    1740
    1841if [ `id -u` != 0 ]; then
    19 echo "error: superuser privileges required"
    20 exit
     42  echo "error: superuser privileges required"
     43  exit
    2144fi
    2245
     46echo 'Checking dependencies'
     47parted=`which parted`
     48syslinux=`which syslinux`
     49rsync=`which rsync`
     50
     51if test -z $parted; then
     52  echo "Error: Missing depenedency: parted"
     53  exit
     54fi
     55if test -z $syslinux; then
     56  echo "Error: Missing depenedency: syslinux"
     57  exit
     58fi
     59if test -z $rsync; then
     60  echo "Error: Missing depenedency: rsync"
     61  exit
     62fi
     63
    2364echo 'Removing existing partitions'
    24 PARTITIONS=`parted $DRIVE print | grep ^\ [0-9] | awk '{print $1}'`
    25 if [ "$PARTITIONS" ]
    26 then
    27 for i in $PARTITIONS
    28 do
    29 echo "removing partition $i:"
    30 parted $DRIVE rm $i;
    31 done
     65PARTITIONS=`$parted $DRIVE print | grep ^\ [0-9] | awk '{print $1}'`
     66if [ "$PARTITIONS" ]; then
     67  for i in $PARTITIONS; do
     68    echo "removing partition $i:"
     69    $parted $DRIVE rm $i;
     70  done
    3271fi
    3372
    3473echo 'Creating and formatting the one-gigabyte partition'
    35 parted $DRIVE mkpartfs primary fat32 0 1028
     74$parted $DRIVE mkpartfs primary fat32 0 1028
    3675echo 'Making partition bootable'
    37 parted $DRIVE set 1 boot on
     76$parted $DRIVE set 1 boot on
    3877
    3978echo 'Copying mbr.bin'
    40 cat `locate mbr.bin` >> $DRIVE
     79mbr=`find /usr/lib -name mbr.bin | head -1`
     80cat $mbr >> $DRIVE
    4181
    4282echo 'Running syslinux'
    43 syslinux -s "${DRIVE}1"
     83$syslinux -s "${DRIVE}1"
    4484
    4585echo 'Making temporary directories'
    46 mkdir iso-tmp
    47 mkdir usb-tmp
     86ISO_DIR=`mktemp -d iso-XXXXXXXX`
     87USB_DIR=`mktemp -d usb-XXXXXXXX`
    4888
    4989echo 'Mounting image and partition to temporary directories'
    50 mount -o loop $ISO_PATH iso-tmp/
    51 mount ${DRIVE}1 usb-tmp/
     90mount -o loop $ISO_PATH $ISO_DIR/
     91mount ${DRIVE}1 $USB_DIR/
    5292
    5393echo 'Copying files from image to partition'
    5494echo 'This will take a while...'
    55 rsync -Plarv iso-tmp/ usb-tmp/
    56 cp iso-tmp/boot/isolinux/* usb-tmp/
    57 mv usb-tmp/isolinux.cfg usb-tmp/syslinux.cfg
     95$rsync -Plarv $ISO_DIR/ $USB_DIR/
     96cp $ISO_DIR/boot/isolinux/* $USB_DIR/
     97mv $USB_DIR/isolinux.cfg $USB_DIR/syslinux.cfg
    5898
    5999echo 'Unmounting image and partition'
    60 umount iso-tmp/
    61 umount usb-tmp/
     100umount $ISO_DIR/
     101umount $USB_DIR/
    62102
    63103echo 'Removing temporary directories'
    64 rm -r iso-tmp/
    65 rm -r usb-tmp/
     104rm -r $ISO_DIR/
     105rm -r $USB_DIR/
    66106
    67107echo 'Script finished.'
    68 beep -l 1000 
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    11#!/usr/bin/perl
     2
     3# $Id$
     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/>.
    224
    325#BCCD ISO build script
     
    78100        $debmirror_host = "debmirror.cluster.earlham.edu";
    79101}
    80 $debmirror = "http://$debmirror_host/apt/mirror/bccd-ng/debian/";
     102$debmirror = "http://$debmirror_host";
    81103
    82104if(defined($opts{'websvn'})) {
     
    93115Readonly my $CHECKIN    => "$NEWHOME/meta/nodes/";
    94116Readonly my $LIBFETCH   => "/root/liberate";
     117Readonly my $KERNREV    => "2.6.31.12-aufs";
    95118$ENV{'DEBIAN_FRONTEND'} = "noninteractive";
    96 Readonly my $PACKAGES   => "screen openssh-client openssh-server less make gcc-4.2 g++-4.2 flex bison gdb alien lsb-rpm bzip2 sudo yum debootstrap rsync dhcp3-server tcpdump syslinux syslinux-common subversion nfs-common nfs-kernel-server ncurses-base ncurses-bin libncurses5 libncurses5-dev psmisc vim iproute pciutils host bc ntp ntpdate debconf-utils dhcpcd xbase-clients libxt-dev lesstif2 lesstif2-dev ipcalc dialog lvm2 grub parted tzdata xserver-xorg-video-fbdev xfonts-100dpi xfonts-75dpi xfonts-scalable xserver-xorg-video-all fontconfig xfonts-base gpm udev vtwm aterm rxvt xbase-clients menu bbkeys libwww-mechanize-perl postgresql-client-common postgresql-client-8.3 libdbi-perl libdbd-pg-perl strace tcsh libnet-dhcp-perl libnetaddr-ip-perl libnet-ip-perl libstdc++5 pdnsd csh libterm-readkey-perl libsvn-perl libui-dialog-perl libreadonly-perl sshfs autofs libnet-dhcp-perl dnsutils libfile-touch-perl libnet-cidr-perl arping dosfstools gawk dc glutg3-dev libxi-dev wireless-tools snmp snmpd netpbm imagemagick libyaml-perl tcl8.4 libc6-i386 initramfs-tools xvfb libmime-lite-perl exim4";
     119Readonly my $PACKAGES   => "screen openssh-client openssh-server less make gcc-4.2 g++-4.2 flex bison gdb alien lsb-rpm bzip2 sudo yum debootstrap rsync dhcp3-server tcpdump syslinux syslinux-common subversion nfs-common nfs-kernel-server ncurses-base ncurses-bin libncurses5 libncurses5-dev psmisc vim iproute pciutils host bc ntp ntpdate debconf-utils dhcpcd xbase-clients libxt-dev lesstif2 lesstif2-dev ipcalc dialog lvm2 grub parted tzdata xserver-xorg-video-fbdev xfonts-100dpi xfonts-75dpi xfonts-scalable xserver-xorg-video-all fontconfig xfonts-base gpm udev vtwm aterm rxvt xbase-clients menu bbkeys libwww-mechanize-perl postgresql-client-common postgresql-client-8.3 libdbi-perl libdbd-pg-perl strace tcsh libnet-dhcp-perl libnetaddr-ip-perl libnet-ip-perl libstdc++5 pdnsd csh libterm-readkey-perl libsvn-perl libui-dialog-perl libreadonly-perl sshfs autofs libnet-dhcp-perl dnsutils libfile-touch-perl libnet-cidr-perl arping dosfstools gawk dc glutg3-dev libxi-dev wireless-tools snmp snmpd netpbm imagemagick libyaml-perl tcl8.4 libc6-i386 initramfs-tools linux-image-$KERNREV xvfb libmime-lite-perl exim4 genisoimage";
    97120Readonly my $EXTRA_PACKAGES => "fftw2 fftw-dev sfftw-dev sfftw2 automake1.7 console-tools libreadline5-dev hal libxmu-headers libxmu-dev gfortran ethtool libssl0.9.8 libblas-dev libblas-dev atlas3-base atlas3-base-dev atlas3-base refblas3 lapack3 atlas3-test libg2c0-dev libg2c0 apache2 iceweasel xpdf octave3.0 ruby sl robotfindskitten pvm xpvm emacs grac blender automake1.9 libtool libglu1-mesa-dev minicom lcd4linux insight joe grace libxpm-dev telnet lsof xresprobe fbset fluxbox xgalaga zenmap nedit eterm manpages-dev";
    98 
    99121Readonly my $AMD64_PACKAGES => "libc6-dev-i386 ia32-libs";
    100122Readonly my $BAD_PACKAGES   => ""; # Packages that throw some fatal error during install but still work
     
    104126Readonly my $KNOPDIR        => "$tmpdir/KNOPPIX";
    105127Readonly my $USER           => "$PROJECT";
    106 Readonly my $KERNREV        => "2.6.31.12_aufs";
    107128Readonly my @TIME           => localtime();
    108129Readonly my $FORMAT_DATE    => ($TIME[5]+1900)."-".($TIME[4]+1)."-".$TIME[3];
    109130Readonly my $SPLASH_FILE    => 'bccd_logo_new.png';
     131Readonly my @MINIRT_MODS    => (
     132                                "BusLogic.ko",
     133                                "NCR53c406a.ko",
     134                                "a100u2w.ko",
     135                                "advansys.ko",
     136                                "aic7xxx.ko",
     137                                "cloop.ko",
     138                                "dc395x.ko",
     139                                "dtc.ko",
     140                                "eata.ko",
     141                                "ehci-hcd.ko",
     142                                "fdomain.ko",
     143                                "ff-memless.ko",
     144                                "forcedeth.ko",
     145                                "gdth.ko",
     146                                "ieee1394.ko",
     147                                "initio.ko",
     148                                "usb-libusual.ko",
     149                                "loop.ko",
     150                                "mptbase.ko",
     151                                "mptscsih.ko",
     152                                "ohci-hcd.ko",
     153                                "ohci1394.ko",
     154                                "pas16.ko",
     155                                "psi240i.ko",
     156                                "sbp2.ko",
     157                                "sym53c8xx.ko",
     158                                "t128.ko",
     159                                "tmscsim.ko",
     160                                "u14-34f.ko",
     161                                "uhci-hcd.ko",
     162                                "ultrastor.ko",
     163                                "usb-storage.ko",
     164                                "usbcore.ko",
     165                                "usbhid.ko",
     166                                "wd7000.ko",
     167                                );
     168
    110169# Revision fetch
    111170
     
    195254    );
    196255
    197 foreach 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/defaultdomain","$BUILDDIR/etc/default/nis","$BUILDDIR/etc/default/useradd","$BUILDDIR/etc/default/tftpd-hpa","$BUILDDIR/etc/rc.local" ) {
     256foreach 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" ) {
    198257    if( -f $file ) {
    199258        $Bccd->run_test(
     
    246305    "regexsub_file",
    247306    "",
    248     "Changed DEBMIRROR template in sources list.",
     307    "Changed DEBMIRROR template in sources list to $debmirror_host.",
    249308    "$BUILDDIR/etc/apt/sources.list",
    250309    "!DEBMIRROR!",
     
    347406    "recrevfetch",
    348407    "",
    349     "Fetched sbin directory.",
    350     $svnrev,
    351     "$websvn/trees/sbin/",
    352     );
    353 
    354 $Bccd->run_test(
    355     "recrevfetch",
    356     "",
    357408    "Fetched etc tree.",
    358409    $svnrev,
     
    454505    "system",
    455506    "",
    456     "Fetched Debian keyring.",
    457     "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR apt-get -y --allow-unauthenticated  install debian-archive-keyring",
     507    "Fetched pre-install dependencies.",
     508    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR apt-get -y --allow-unauthenticated  install debian-archive-keyring initramfs-tools",
    458509    );
    459510
     
    475526}
    476527
     528if($opts{'arch'} eq 'amd64') {
     529    $Bccd->run_test(
     530        "system",
     531        "",
     532        "Symlinking IA32 libstdc++ compatibility library.",
     533        "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR ln -s /usr/lib32/libstdc++.so.6 /usr/lib32/libstdc++.so",
     534        );
     535}
     536
    477537# Workaround for tftpd-hpa/inetd conflict
    478538$Bccd->run_test(
     
    498558
    499559$Bccd->run_test(
    500     "system",
    501     "",
    502     "Stopped pdnsd.",
    503     "killall pdnsd",
    504     );
    505 
    506 $Bccd->run_test(
    507560    "revfetch",
    508561    "",
     
    514567
    515568$Bccd->run_test(
    516     "revfetch",
    517     "",
    518     "Fetched NIS default domain.",
    519     $svnrev,
    520     "$websvn/packages/etc/defaultdomain",
    521     "$BUILDDIR/etc/defaultdomain",
    522     );
    523 
    524 $Bccd->run_test(
    525569    "mkpath",
    526570    "",
    527571    "Making $KERNREV modules directory.",
    528572    "$BUILDDIR/lib/modules/$KERNREV",
    529     );
    530 
    531 $cwd = getcwd();
    532 
    533 $Bccd->run_test(
    534     "chdir",
    535     "",
    536     "cd'ing to $KERNREV modules directory.",
    537     "$BUILDDIR/lib/modules/",
    538     );
    539 
    540 $Bccd->run_test(
    541     "recrevfetch",
    542     "",
    543     "Fetched Knoppix kernel modules.",
    544     $svnrev,
    545     "$websvn/trees/linux_aufs/lib/modules/$KERNREV",
    546     );
    547 
    548 $Bccd->run_test(
    549     "chdir",
    550     "",
    551     "Changing back to old directory.",
    552     "$cwd",
    553573    );
    554574
     
    709729}
    710730
    711 foreach my $script ("bccd-passwd","bccd-sshd", "bccd-nfs", "bccd-mail", "nfs-common", "vboxadd-service", "mpd", ) {
     731foreach my $script ("nfs-common", "vboxadd-service", "mpd", ) {
    712732    $Bccd->run_test(
    713733        "system",
     
    763783    "",
    764784    "Enabling bccd-nics config.",
    765     "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d bccd-nics defaults 39",
     785    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d bccd-nics start 39 S .",
    766786    );
    767787
     
    770790    "",
    771791    "Enabling bccd-dhcp-conf config.",
    772     "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d bccd-dhcp-conf defaults 38",
     792    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d bccd-dhcp-conf start 38 S .",
    773793    );
    774794
     
    777797    "",
    778798    "Enabling bccd-route config.",
    779     "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d bccd-route defaults 41",
     799    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d bccd-route start 41 S .",
    780800    );
    781801
     
    784804    "",
    785805    "Enabling bccd-fsrw config.",
    786     "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d bccd-fsrw defaults 11",
     806    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d bccd-fsrw start 11 S .",
     807    );
     808
     809$Bccd->run_test(
     810    "system",
     811    "",
     812    "Enabling bccd-keyboard config.",
     813    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d bccd-keyboard start 18 S .",
    787814    );
    788815
     
    797824    "system",
    798825    "",
     826    "Enabling networking config.",
     827    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d networking start 42 2 S .",
     828    );
     829
     830$Bccd->run_test(
     831    "system",
     832    "",
     833    "Enabling bccd-nfs config.",
     834    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d bccd-nfs start 20 2 S .",
     835    );
     836
     837$Bccd->run_test(
     838    "system",
     839    "",
     840    "Enabling bccd-passwd config.",
     841    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d bccd-passwd start 20 S .",
     842    );
     843
     844$Bccd->run_test(
     845    "system",
     846    "",
     847    "Enabling bccd-sshd config.",
     848    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d bccd-sshd start 20 2 S .",
     849    );
     850
     851$Bccd->run_test(
     852    "system",
     853    "",
    799854    "Enabling bccd-dhcp config.",
    800     "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d bccd-dhcp defaults 40",
     855    "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/sbin/update-rc.d bccd-dhcp start 40 S .",
    801856    );
    802857
     
    11051160
    11061161$Bccd->run_test(
     1162    "recrevfetch",
     1163    "",
     1164    "Fetched architecure-specific items for $opts{'arch'}.",
     1165    $svnrev,
     1166    "$websvn/trees/arch/$opts{'arch'}",
     1167    );
     1168
     1169$Bccd->run_test(
     1170    "system",
     1171    "",
     1172    "Copied architecture-specific items from /$opts{'arch'} to /.",
     1173        "/usr/sbin/chroot $BUILDDIR /usr/bin/rsync -av --progress /$opts{'arch'}/ /",
     1174    );
     1175
     1176$Bccd->run_test(
     1177        "fcopy",
     1178        "",
     1179        "Copied cloop.ko into $tmpdir.",
     1180        "$BUILDDIR/KNOPPIX/KNOPPIX/modules/cloop.ko",
     1181        "$tmpdir/cloop.ko",
     1182        );
     1183
     1184$Bccd->run_test(
    11071185    "chdir",
    11081186    "",
     
    11571235
    11581236$Bccd->run_test(
    1159     "recrevfetch",
    1160     "",
    1161     "Fetched $websvn/trees/linux_aufs over svn.",
    1162     $svnrev,
    1163     "$websvn/trees/linux_aufs/",
    1164     );
    1165 
    1166 $Bccd->run_test(
    11671237    "system",
    11681238    "",
    11691239    "Tar'd up linux_aufs.",
    1170     "tar -C $BUILDDIR/$LIBFETCH/linux_aufs -cjvf $BUILDDIR/$LIBFETCH/lib-linux.tar.bz2 .",
    1171     );
    1172 
    1173 $Bccd->run_test(
    1174     "rmtree",
    1175     "",
    1176     "Removing linux_aufs fetch.",
    1177     "linux_aufs",
     1240    "tar -C $BUILDDIR -cjvf $BUILDDIR/$LIBFETCH/lib-linux.tar.bz2 boot lib/modules var/lib/tftpboot",
    11781241    );
    11791242
     
    12571320
    12581321$Bccd->run_test(
     1322        "fcopy",
     1323        "",
     1324        "Copying Linux kernel into KNOPPIX image.",
     1325        "$BUILDDIR/boot/vmlinuz-$KERNREV",
     1326        "$tmpdir/KNOPPIX/boot/isolinux/linux",
     1327        );
     1328
     1329$Bccd->run_test(
     1330        "fmove",
     1331        "",
     1332        "Moved cloop.ko into KNOPPIX directory.",
     1333        "$tmpdir/cloop.ko",
     1334        "$tmpdir/KNOPPIX/KNOPPIX/modules/cloop.ko",
     1335        );
     1336
     1337
     1338$Bccd->run_test(
    12591339        "revfetch",
    12601340        "",
     
    12771357        "",
    12781358        "Created minirt filesystem.",
    1279         "dd if=/dev/zero of=$tmpdir/minirt bs=1M count=4",
     1359        "dd if=/dev/zero of=$tmpdir/minirt bs=1k count=5400",
    12801360        );
    12811361
     
    13071387        "rsync -a $tmpdir/KNOPPIX/boot/isolinux/minirt/ $tmpdir/loop/",
    13081388        );
     1389
     1390$Bccd->run_test(
     1391        "mkpath",
     1392        "",
     1393        "Made modules directory in loop filesystem.",
     1394        "$tmpdir/loop/modules/",
     1395        );
     1396
     1397foreach my $mod (@MINIRT_MODS) {
     1398        $Bccd->run_test(
     1399                "system",
     1400                "",
     1401                "Copied $mod into minirt loop filesystem.",
     1402                "find $BUILDDIR/lib/modules/$KERNREV/ -type f -name $mod -exec /bin/cp -v {} $tmpdir/loop/modules/$mod \\;",
     1403        );
     1404}
    13091405
    13101406$Bccd->run_test(
     
    13551451
    13561452$Bccd->run_test(
    1357     "revfetch",
    1358     "",
    1359     "Fetched knoppix kernel image.",
    1360     $svnrev,
    1361     "$websvn/trees/linux_aufs/boot/vmlinuz-$KERNREV",
    1362         "$KNOPDIR/boot/isolinux/linux",
    1363     );
    1364 
    1365 $Bccd->run_test(
    13661453    "regexsub_file",
    13671454    "",
     
    13791466        "$BUILDDIR/etc/$PROJECT-build-date",
    13801467        "$FORMAT_DATE",
     1468        );
     1469
     1470$Bccd->run_test(
     1471        "rmtree",
     1472        "",
     1473        "Removing linux_aufs fetch for $BUILDDIR.",
     1474        "$BUILDDIR/$opts{'arch'}",
    13811475        );
    13821476
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     3# $Id$
     4
     5# This file is part of BCCD, an open-source live CD for computational science
     6# education.
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     9#   Sam Leeman-Munk, Tom Murphy, Charlie Peck, Skylar Thompson, & Aaron Weeden
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     7#   Sam Leeman-Munk, Tom Murphy, Charlie Peck, Skylar Thompson, & Aaron Weeden
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     22
    123# for internal use
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     3# $Id$
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     5# This file is part of BCCD, an open-source live CD for computational science
     6# education.
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     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
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     5# This file is part of BCCD, an open-source live CD for computational science
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