Commit b3ac353c authored by Jay Lepreau's avatar Jay Lepreau

Add Elab source release. Kill Frisbee entries.

DAVE: see my note re the client gui version number.
parent c6e4e237
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<ul>
<li>
Emulab network testbed software, Version 4.9.0, released June 30, 2008.
Includes source for everything except the GUI Client, which is available below.
See the <a href = "README">README</a> and the
<a href = "http://users.emulab.net/trac/emulab/wiki/InstallDocs">
online installation documentation</a>.
</li>
<li>
<!-- DAVID: update the version number in some manner. I think these 0.x.x ones are kinda stupid. -fjl -->
Emulab GUI Client v0.1.1
<a href="/downloads/netlab-client.jar">(JAR</a>,
<a href="/downloads/netlab-client-0.1.0b.tar.gz">source tarball</a>
<img src="/new.gif" alt="&lt;NEW&gt;">).
This is the initial release of a new GUI client for creating and
<-- <img src="/new.gif" alt="&lt;NEW&gt;">). -->
This is the fancier of the GUI clients for creating and
interacting with experiments. The GUI provides an alternative to using
the web-based interface or logging into users.emulab.net and using the
command line tools.
Please take a look at the
command line tools. Take a look at the
<a href="netlab/client.php3">tutorial</a>
for more information.
<li> <a href="/downloads/frisbee-snapshot-20040312.tar.gz">
Updated Frisbee Server and Client Source Snapshot</a>.
This is a ``snapshot'' of the current development tree. This version
includes improved Linux support. The frisbee client will now build
under Linux and the Linux image zipper can make partition images
and supports filesystems other than ext2fs.
Please take a look at the
<a href="/downloads/frisbee-README-20040312.txt">README</a>
file for more information on the changes.
This
<a href="/downloads/frisbee-fs-20040312.iso">updated ISO image</a>
includes binaries built from the current sources.
<li> <a href="/downloads/frisbee-snapshot-20031021.tar.gz">
Updated Frisbee Server and Client Source Snapshot</a>.
This is a ``snapshot'' of the current development tree. It includes the
NTFS framework that was not in the previous release as well as some
bug fixes and additional features.
Please take a look at the
<a href="/downloads/frisbee-README-20031021.txt">README</a>
file for more information on the changes.
This
<a href="/downloads/frisbee-fs-20031021.iso">updated ISO image</a>
includes binaries built from the current sources.
<li> <a href="/downloads/frisbee-20030618.tar.gz">Frisbee Server and
Client</a>,
as described in our paper <cite><a href="pubs.php3">Fast, Scalable Disk
Imaging with Frisbee</a></cite>, to appear at
<a href='http://www.usenix.org/events/usenix03/'>USENIX 2003</a>.
Please take a look at the
<a href="/downloads/frisbee-README-20030618.txt">README</a>
file for a better
idea of how we use Frisbee in the Testbed, and how to setup a
simple Frisbee demonstration on your network. Use this
<a href="/downloads/frisbee-fs-20030618.iso">ISO image</a>
to create a bootable FreeBSD 4.6 system from which to run the
image creation and installation tools.
</li>
<ul>
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