Changes between Version 9 and Version 10 of Documentation


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01/01/10 16:46:14 (12 years ago)
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    11[[PageOutline]] 
     2 
     3== Quick steps == 
     4=== current version === 
     5 
     6'''ISO distribution:''' 
     7  01. Download the iso image and extract the bzip2 compressed archive. 
     8  02. Burn the .iso file with your favourite cd-r application. 
     9  03. Boot your target system with newly created disc. 
     10  04. At first login with '''user:''' stress and '''password:''' stress 
     11  05. Keyboard layout select will start, select your prefered keyboard layout 
     12  06. The next dialog shows sl-wizard, which allows you to load predefined lm_sensor configurations. If your mainboard is not listed, select Cancel. 
     13  07. If sensors configuration got loaded and works, then you will see sensor readings on TTY12 (STRG+F12) 
     14  08. Switching to TTY11 will show harddisk temprature readings, if a valid drive is detected. 
     15  09. TTY10 shows you ethernet throughput on eth0 (needs working dhcp server on your network) 
     16  10. Tools for testing your system are listed in the motd. For little help on these tools type <toolname> --help 
     17  11. If you need to login into stresslinux via ssh, use the user "stress" with password "stress" . Use 'sudo -i' to get root rights. 
     18  12. If you want to rerun sl-wizard, then execute "rm /tmp/sensors". Now run sl-wizard.sh. 
     19 
     20'''USB distribution:''' 
     21  01. Download the oem image and extract the bzip2 compressed archive. 
     22  02. Write the .raw image to your USB stick. see [#How to image USB flash drives] for details. 
     23 
     24=== until version 0.3.1 === 
     25 
     26'''ISO distribution:''' 
     27 
     28  01. Download the iso-image: .iso.zip on Win32 Systems or .iso.bz2 on Linux 
     29  02. Unpack the iso and burn it with your favourite cd-r application (e.g. Nero on Win32 / cdrecord on Linux) 
     30  03. Boot from your newly created disc. 
     31  04. Type root and press RETURN on "stress login: " 
     32  05. In the next dialog select your keyboard layout - for german you can press RETURN 
     33  06. The second dialog will be the sl-wizard where you can select your mainboard-/vendor/type, this will load the needed modules for your hardware sensors. 
     34  07. If the modules are successfully loaded and all sensors detected correctly then you can see the output of sensors on tty12. 
     35  08. On tty11 he temperatures of your IDE/SCSI harddrives will be displayed. 
     36  09. tty10 shows you a graphical ethernet throughput meter. 
     37  10. Tools for testing your system are listed in the motd. For little help on these tools type <toolname> --help 
     38  11. If you need to login into stresslinux via ssh, use the user "stress" with password "stress" . This is a 2nd root account. 
     39  12. If you want to rerun sl-wizard, then execute "rm /tmp/sensors". Now run sl-wizard.sh. 
     40 
     41'''PXE distribution:''' 
     42 
     43   1. The pxe package includes a small readme, with requirements and some sample configuration files for dhcp,tftp,nfs 
     44 
     45'''USB distribution:''' (not heavily tested) 
     46 
     47   1. Get the pxe package and the mk_bootstick package. 
     48   2. Extract the pxe distribution into the mk_bootstick folder, a folder _stresslinux should now exist. 
     49   3. Then run./mk_bootstick /dev/<device-to-your-stic>, on some flash memorys you do not need a partition number 
     50   4. follow the output from mk_bootstick 
     51 
     52 
    253== How to image USB flash drives == 
    354 
     
    125176  * Now you have stresslinux ready to be booted from your USB stick!  
    126177 
    127 == Quick steps until version 0.3.1 == 
    128  
    129 '''ISO distribution:''' 
    130  
    131   01. Download the iso-image: .iso.zip on Win32 Systems or .iso.bz2 on Linux 
    132   02. Unpack the iso and burn it with your favourite cd-r application (e.g. Nero on Win32 / cdrecord on Linux) 
    133   03. Boot from your newly created disc. 
    134   04. Type root and press RETURN on "stress login: " 
    135   05. In the next dialog select your keyboard layout - for german you can press RETURN 
    136   06. The second dialog will be the sl-wizard where you can select your mainboard-/vendor/type, this will load the needed modules for your hardware sensors. 
    137   07. If the modules are successfully loaded and all sensors detected correctly then you can see the output of sensors on tty12. 
    138   08. On tty11 he temperatures of your IDE/SCSI harddrives will be displayed. 
    139   09. tty10 shows you a graphical ethernet throughput meter. 
    140   10. Tools for testing your system are listed in the motd. For little help on these tools type <toolname> --help 
    141   11. If you need to login into stresslinux via ssh, use the user "stress" with password "stress" . This is a 2nd root account. 
    142   12. If you want to rerun sl-wizard, then execute "rm /tmp/sensors". Now run sl-wizard.sh. 
    143  
    144 '''PXE distribution:''' 
    145  
    146    1. The pxe package includes a small readme, with requirements and some sample configuration files for dhcp,tftp,nfs 
    147  
    148 '''USB distribution:''' (not heavily tested) 
    149  
    150    1. Get the pxe package and the mk_bootstick package. 
    151    2. Extract the pxe distribution into the mk_bootstick folder, a folder _stresslinux should now exist. 
    152    3. Then run./mk_bootstick /dev/<device-to-your-stic>, on some flash memorys you do not need a partition number 
    153    4. follow the output from mk_bootstick