Changeset 1237201


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Timestamp:
08/04/15 08:44:57 (4 weeks ago)
Author:
dlavigne <dru@…>
Branches:
releng/10.2
Children:
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Parents:
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git-author:
dlavigne <dru@…> (08/04/15 08:43:21)
git-committer:
dlavigne <dru@…> (08/04/15 08:44:57)
Message:

No freenas-builder in 10.2.

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  • src-qt5/docs/install.rst

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    131131* **Net-IM:** check this box to install the `Pidgin <http://www.pidgin.im/>`_ IRC client. 
    132132 
    133 * **Roles:** if you expand the ► you can select to install the following installation roles: "Development", "FreeNAS-Builder", "Internet", "Media", and 
     133* **Roles:** if you expand the ► you can select to install the following installation roles: "Development", "Internet", "Media", and 
    134134  "Office and Productivity". 
    135135 
  • src-qt5/docs/preinstall.rst

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    258258* :file:`consumer-desktop`: provides an installed version of PC-BSD® with the KDE and Fluxbox desktop environments. 
    259  
    260 * :file:`freenas-builder`: can be used by developers and testers to build an alpha version of FreeNAS 10.  
    261259 
    262260* :file:`trueos-server`: provides a pre-installed TrueOS® server that is command-line only. 
     
    649647to login with. You can do so by typing :command:`adduser` and following the prompts. 
    650648 
    651 When using the "freenas-builder" edition, the virtual machine will boot into a password prompt. Enter *root* as the username (the initial password is blank). It is 
    652 recommended to immediately set the root password by typing :command:`passwd` and following the prompts. This virtual machine can be used by developers and testers 
    653 to build a copy of FreeNAS 10, which is currently in pre-alpha development. This means that the code is changing quickly and it is quite possible that the build may fail, 
    654 depending upon the recent source changes. To attempt a build, follow the instructions in the 
    655 `Building the System Quickstart Flow <https://github.com/freenas/freenas/blob/master/README.md>`_ section of the FreeNAS README, but change the 
    656 :command:`git` command to :command:`git clone --depth=1 -b freenas10/master https://github.com/freenas/freenas.git`. Note that you do not need to install the 
    657 "Requirements" listed in that README as the virtual machine already has these installed. Also note that you cannot build FreeNAS 9.x using the 
    658 "freenas-builder" virtual machine. 
    659  
    660649.. index:: virtualization 
    661650.. _Using the Downloadable .ova File: 
     
    690679recommended to immediately change the *root* password by typing :command:`passwd` and following the prompts. It is also recommended to create a user account 
    691680to login with. You can do so by typing :command:`adduser` and following the prompts. 
    692  
    693 When using the "freenas-builder" edition, the virtual machine will boot into a password prompt. Enter *root* as the username (the initial password is blank). 
    694 It is recommended to immediately set the root password by typing :command:`passwd` and following the prompts. This virtual machine can be used by developers 
    695 and testers to build a copy of FreeNAS 10, which is currently in pre-alpha development. This means that the code is changing quickly and it is quite possible 
    696 that the build may fail, depending upon the recent source changes. To attempt a build, follow the instructions in the  section of the FreeNAS README, but change 
    697 the :command:`git` command to :command:`git clone --depth=1 -b freenas10/master https://github.com/freenas/freenas.git`. Note that you do not need to install the 
    698 "Requirements" listed in that README as the virtual machine already has these installed. Also note that you cannot build FreeNAS 9.x using the "freenas-builder" virtual 
    699 machine. 
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