Commit ad0695af authored by Mike Hibler's avatar Mike Hibler

More content.

parent d3d66c6a
......@@ -165,16 +165,17 @@ After conversion, you will see:
@screenshot["classic-conversion1.png"]
Typically, all you would do at this point is to click ``Create.''
You may want or need to change the profile name if you don't like the default
However, you may want or need to change the profile name if you don't like
the default
(same as the classic experiment name) or if the creation fails because
the name is already taken.
You may also want to examine, or even modify, the new profile prior to
actually creating it. Use either the ``Edit Code'' or ``Edit Topology''
buttons for this. The former allows you to modify the python/geni-lib script
representation, the latter fires up the embedded @seclink["jacks"]{Jacks} GUI.
Once created, you will be taken to a new page:
After clicking ``Create,'' you will be taken to a new page:
@screenshot["classic-conversion2.png"]
......@@ -183,13 +184,25 @@ to further edit the profile, copy or delete it.
On the bottom right is a button to ``Instantiate'' the profile---the
equivalent of ``swapping in'' an experiment in the classic interface.
This takes you to the third and final step of the instantiation wizard:
Clicking that button takes you to the third and final step of the
instantiation wizard:
@margin-note{
The first step is skipped because the created profile is automatically
chosen and the second step skipped since converted NS experiments
have no parameters.
}
@screenshot["classic-instantiate.png"]
where you can optionally name this instance and then click ``Finish.''
Once instantiated the state should change to ``ready'' and you will be
off and running!
Once instantiated the node icons should turn green as they finish configuring
and the experiment state should change to ``ready'':
@centered{@bold{Screenshot goes here.}}
and you will be off and running! By clicking on a node in the topology
view, you can bring up an in-browser shell or console window or reboot
the nodes.
Click ``Terminate'' and confirm when you are done.
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