[Freedombox-discuss] FreedomBox 0.5 Released!
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thank you very much for the information. I will try again and let you
all know what happens.
Am 11.08.2015 um 17:16 schrieb Sunil Mohan:
> On 08/11/2015 07:54 PM, Ricardo Morte Ferrer wrote:
>> I am trying to install Freedombox for the first time. I am using
>> Virtualbox, with a Debian sid distribution (I installed a
>> testing version and then upgraded it to unstable) and following
>> the instructions I found at
>> https://wiki.debian.org/FreedomBox/Hardware/Debian. Everything
>> seems to work well till I type this command $ sudo
>> /usr/lib/freedombox/setup . After this command, the system
>> reboots itself in a not working Debian VM, I cannot type or
>> change anything. I have tried to reboot, but then there is
>> nothing about Freedombox (or I am not able to find it).
> After the 'setup' command, the system is not supposed to reboot
> itself. This is probably an indication that something went wrong.
> /var/log/freedombox-setup.log will tell us what happened. Or
> perhaps you have typed reboot.
> When the system reboots after the setup command, it will, in the
> background, setup many other things as part of the first-boot
> process. During this period you may have experienced that the
> system is not responding. You have probably rebooted in the middle
> of this process.
> You will not see much 'FreedomBox' after the whole process is
> completed. You will be able to:
> - Login as 'fbx' user with password 'frdm' - See README file in
> that user's home with FreedomBox manual. - Point a browser to the
> 443 port of the VM and see FreedomBox UI.
> For the last part, you need to VirtualBox networking setup
> If you are using the default mechanism 'NAT', then you need to add
> port forwarding from your host 4443 to guest 443 and use the URL
> https://localhost:4443/ in your browser.
> If you are using 'Bridged Adapter', you can type the https://<ip
> address of FB> and see the web UI.
>> I am sorry if I am asking silly questions as a newbie.
> Please feel free to ask any further questions. Do let us know how
> things went.
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