On 19 July 2017 14:01:13 CEST, Robert Marshall <robert.marshall@...> wrote:
The 0.9.1 release box of B@D has been successfully imported into
10 and both a QEMU and BBB health check have been run on that virtual
This setup also works when provisioning a box from a clone of the git
The steps to get B@D running on Windows 10 are as follows:
- Install the guest additions `vagrant plugin install vagrant-vbguest`
- Install rsync/ssh/git in cygwin.
- core.autocrlf=input is needed in the git settings for the scripts to
run under the Debian of the virtual machine.
- Once the vm is up then in virtualbox add a USB filter for the FTDI
- For kernelci access you need to use either Firefox or Chrome - the
browsers will not work.
- You may need the vagrant scp command (if you wish to copy other files
onto the VM) if so -
vagrant plugin install vagrant-scp
- setup mybbb.dat to use the IP address of the VM rather than that of
Congratulations for this accomplishment.
The wiki has been updated to document these steps.
So the former 5 steps documentation now includes the specific steps to take if you are a Windows 10 user. There is no separate documentation since most of the instructions to execute are the same in both cases (Windows and Linux).
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