Commit c502d933 authored by Jay Lepreau's avatar Jay Lepreau

This is an interim snapshot only.

parent 9f6f4008
This is a snapshot of the current source code and CVS logs for
the software that runs "emulab" at the University of Utah,
NOTE: See the file RESTRICTED-RIGHTS for restrictions on this interim
snapshot. In summary, you can't redistribute it or use it for
commercial purposes. Soon we will provide a better, redistributable
Copy and localize the 'defs-default' file for your environment
and run ./configure.
This is a snapshot, not a formal distribution, so don't expect
great documentation. See the files in the 'doc' directory.
To get started, see doc/setup*.
For help and to report bugs and problems, mail
Don't be shy! No one's ever tried this before but us,
although we have cloned ours internally, which should
have caught most of the Utah'isms.
We are happy to get on the phone with you, too,
for "big picture" issues and problems.
Jay Lepreau,, 801-581-4285
February 26, 2002
Except for any files marked with the GNU Public License, or that bear
non-Utah copyrights and are unchanged from the original (eg, cracklib
and healthd), this emulab code snapshot has VERY RESTRICTED RIGHTS,
notwithstanding any per-file copyrights to the contrary.
This early snapshot of the emulab code is for use only for your own
research or teaching, cannot be used for commercial purposes, and
CANNOT BE REDISTRIBUTED. You must exercise reasonable precautions to
assure these conditions are met (e.g., make your group's members aware
of these restricted rights, and limit access to your group's members).
Soon, we will provide a somewhat more polished version that will be
redistributable, and have internal copyrights saying so. When that is
provided you must destroy this version.
February 26, 2002
Jay Lepreau,, 801-581-4285
School of Computing
University of Utah
50 S. Central Campus Dr. Rm. 3190
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
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