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Re: [Paparazzi-devel] using the vagrant VM

From: Urivan Flores-Saaib
Subject: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] using the vagrant VM
Date: Wed, 28 May 2014 21:29:58 -0700
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You can create a VM with a minimal Ubuntu install [1] and then install an X Window server with your choice of window manager for a minimal memory system [2].

I'm actually going through the process of re-building my VM right now, If you choose to follow this path let me know if you see any issues.




On 05/28/2014 04:06 PM, Chris Gough wrote:
The virtual machine started by vagrant (paparazzi/master) is "headless". I just started trying to use it, after a lengthy install I can "make clean; make" and everything from the command line seems to work (except for some clock skew issues). But a headless machine is only of limited use,  Is there some way to bring up a window, use the paparazzi center/GCS/etc?

Since ~/paparazzi is a mount to the working directory from which I booted the VM, the clock skew issues might be a problem if I switch between the host and VM. Do I need to set up NTP on both, or is there a better way?

Chris Gough

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