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[[Image:Crystal vmware.png|right]]
 
[[Image:Crystal vmware.png|right]]
=The VMware Image=
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== The VMware Image ==
 
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The VMware image is created for easy access to try out and test SiT!
 
The VMware image is created for easy access to try out and test SiT!
  
===REQUIREMENTS===
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===Requirements===
 
* Computer with minimum VMware Player, VMware Server 2.x or VMware Workstation 6.x installed.
 
* Computer with minimum VMware Player, VMware Server 2.x or VMware Workstation 6.x installed.
 
* 384MB free memory to run the VM image.
 
* 384MB free memory to run the VM image.
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Get the Player or Server for free here : [http://www.vmware.com/ VMware]
 
Get the Player or Server for free here : [http://www.vmware.com/ VMware]
  
===HELP===
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===Help===
We've made some help files inside the image to make the testing as easy as possible for you.
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We've made some help files inside the image to make the testing as easy as possible for you. Use the following commands:
  
 
* <code>sithelp</code> - Brings up the help screen with info of IP etc
 
* <code>sithelp</code> - Brings up the help screen with info of IP etc
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* <code>sitsecure</code> - If you update SiT! manually, you can use this script for easy securing the config.inc.php. It'll chmod 444 the file.
 
* <code>sitsecure</code> - If you update SiT! manually, you can use this script for easy securing the config.inc.php. It'll chmod 444 the file.
 
* <code>situpdate</code> - Try out the [[Unreleased|bleeding edge]] version of SiT!. This will update the installation to SVN. If you don't know what SVN is, you shouldn't use this.
 
* <code>situpdate</code> - Try out the [[Unreleased|bleeding edge]] version of SiT!. This will update the installation to SVN. If you don't know what SVN is, you shouldn't use this.
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Finally we've added a small man page, just type ''man sit'' in the shell.
 
Finally we've added a small man page, just type ''man sit'' in the shell.
  
 
To shutdown the VM image nicely, logon to the box, and type in ''sudo shutdown -h now''.
 
To shutdown the VM image nicely, logon to the box, and type in ''sudo shutdown -h now''.
  
===CREDENTIALS===
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===Credentials===
 
* The username and password for shell access is Username: ''sit'', Password: ''sit''.
 
* The username and password for shell access is Username: ''sit'', Password: ''sit''.
* For accessing the SiT! page, Username: ''admin'', Password: ''sit''.
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* For accessing the SiT! web page, Username: ''admin'', Password: ''sit''.
 
* Access to phpmyadmin, Username: ''root'', Password: ''sit''.
 
* Access to phpmyadmin, Username: ''root'', Password: ''sit''.
  
===TOOLS===
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===Tools===
 
* We've added phpMyAdmin so you are able to access the database.
 
* We've added phpMyAdmin so you are able to access the database.
 
* Access to the phpMyAdmin, go to <nowiki> http://<your ip>/phpmyadmin</nowiki>, you can find the IP address of the VM by typing into the shell ''sithelp'' after having logged on.
 
* Access to the phpMyAdmin, go to <nowiki> http://<your ip>/phpmyadmin</nowiki>, you can find the IP address of the VM by typing into the shell ''sithelp'' after having logged on.
 
* For remote access we've added OpenSSH to the server. You can use the free tool [http://www.putty.nl/download.html PuTTY] to access the box.
 
* For remote access we've added OpenSSH to the server. You can use the free tool [http://www.putty.nl/download.html PuTTY] to access the box.
  
===NOTES===
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===Notes===
 
* The VM image is a fully installed [http://www.ubuntu.com Ubuntu Server] 9.04 with PHP, MySQL and Apache.
 
* The VM image is a fully installed [http://www.ubuntu.com Ubuntu Server] 9.04 with PHP, MySQL and Apache.
 
* As a default on Ubuntu the root user is not active, so you have to type in ''sudo'' before any administrative command, and type in the sit users password which is ''sit''. This is per design for security reasons, but you can activate the root user if you want, by typing ''sudo passwd root'' and give the root user a password.
 
* As a default on Ubuntu the root user is not active, so you have to type in ''sudo'' before any administrative command, and type in the sit users password which is ''sit''. This is per design for security reasons, but you can activate the root user if you want, by typing ''sudo passwd root'' and give the root user a password.

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