Commit 32b5bf6a authored by Leigh B. Stoller's avatar Leigh B. Stoller

Add instructions create tbadmin group.

parent 935fc8bf
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First of all, the machine should be configured correctly for the network it is
on, have the root password set, etc.
It is best to add the following group before creating the following
directories. Basically, testbed software should be in the tbadmin
group. Run this command as root.
pw groupadd tbadmin -g 99
The following directories will need to exist on partitions that have enough
space to hold them:
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##### Step 3 - Testbed tree configuration/installation
Configure the testbed tree. For example, I have the testbed source in ~/testbed,
and use the ~/tbobj directory to do my builds in.
It is best to add the following group before creating the following
directories. Basically, testbed software should be in the tbadmin
group. Run this command as root.
pw groupadd tbadmin -g 99
Configure the testbed tree. For example, I have the testbed source in
~/testbed, and use the ~/tbobj directory to do my builds in.
cd ~/tbobj
~/testbed/configure
......@@ -193,7 +199,7 @@ in /etc/rc.conf. Check out the ntpd man page for configuration information.
You may want a program to allow administrator-types to run stuff easily as root.
Here at Utah, we have two: su1 (developed locally) and sudo (installed from
FreeBSD ports) - don't forget to get it set up! Our strategy on boss was to
give everyone in the weel group unrestricted sudo access with:
give everyone in the wheel group unrestricted sudo access with:
%wheel ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL
checkpass - in the testbed software:
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