EFA v4 Beta

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planetcoop
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EFA v4 Beta

Post by planetcoop » 24 Jan 2018 01:58

Is there a way to participate in a v4 beta or early project code? Anything i can do to help?

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-Planetcoop

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shawniverson
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Re: EFA v4 Beta

Post by shawniverson » 27 Jan 2018 14:52

Github:

https://github.com/E-F-A/v4

Alpha test builds, may succeed or fail depending on the way the wind blows.

Kickstart

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inst.ks=http://dl.efa-project.org/build/4/ksnobuild.cfg
Build Script

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wget https://dl.efa-project.org/build/4/build.bash
chmod +x build.bash
sudo logsave build.log ./build.bash testing
Version 3.0.2.6 released! Update now to keep your eFa secure!

planetcoop
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Re: EFA v4 Beta

Post by planetcoop » 02 Feb 2018 01:53

I have given it a shot and ran into a few issues where the script does not pass validation of connectivity, but could manually run the install parts and that seemed good. :) Just checking it out as i cannot wait for IPV6 and i really appreciate the EFA platform.

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Re: EFA v4 Beta

Post by bbrendon » 08 Dec 2018 08:11

If anyone else is wondering how to do this I think the proper steps are...

1. boot centos 7 iso
2. before the installation boots press tab
3. append "inst.ks=http://dl.efa-project.org/build/4/ksnobuild.cfg" to boot command
4. wait. wait. power on VM after it shuts down.
5. login as root / eFaPr0j3ct (the password is also in the kickstart config)
6. type passwd to change password to something you can easily remember
7. run the code :

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wget https://dl.efa-project.org/build/4/build.bash
chmod +x build.bash
logsave build.log ./build.bash testing

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