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Appendix A - Installing Gigaaccel 180 (Fedora7); Preparations; Host Settings - Fixstars GigaAccel 180 User Manual

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Appendix A – Installing GigaAccel 180 (Fedora7)
This section describes how to create the GigaAccel 180 disk image and how
to install GigaAccel 180 so that it can start up. If you are using an OS other
than Fedora 7 for GigaAccel 180, then skip this section.
It is assumed that Fedora 7 is installed on the host machine. For connecting
GigaAccel 180, please refer to "3 Connection of GigaAccel 180".
[Note] Ensure that the kernel version of the host machine is between 2.6.22-5 ~ 2.6.23-17.
This is necessary for the PCI-Express driver, later on.
A.1 Preparations
Have the following items on hand for this section.
Download the following files from
ftp://linuxpatch.ncsa.uiuc.edu/pxcab/Fedora7/ppc64/.
GigaAccel 180 kernel boot image(zImage file).
Fedora7 file system for GigaAccel 180
GigaAccel 180 kernel RPM
IP addresses for connecting to the external network
Follow the instructions below to connect to the external network. 2 IP
addresses must be available to connect to the external network from both
the host and GigaAccel 180.
"A.4 Installation of necessary services"
A.2 Host settings
Disable the host machine firewall.
# service iptables stop
# chkconfig iptables off
Disable SELinux on the host machine.
# setenforce 0
# vi /etc/selinux/config
(setting value)
SELINUX=disabled
zImage-X.X.XX-X.YYYYMMDD.pxcab.img. (Please use the latest file.)
Fedora-7-image-pxcab-UI.tgz
kernel-X.X.XX-X.YYYYMMDDpxcab.ppc64.rpm (Please use the latest file.)
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