This is a work in progress. You’re going to work on three different systems as homework assignments.
This will start to look better.
Use VirtualBox to set up a virtual machine on one of the systems in RRO 223. You may complete this task with another person, because I don’t think there are enough computers for everyone to have their own.
Why we do not store virtual machines on the server? https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VirtualBox Connect to /playpen Note size -- how many virtual machines can this contain Note protection Look at playpen/ISO -- protection Look at /playpen/VM -- protection (any files there???) copy /csciloc/ubuntu/Distributions/ubuntu-16.04.1-desktop-amd64.iso to /playpen/ISO Start virtualbox Place your virtual disk image in /playpen/VM And use fixed 16 Gbytes That's more than the default Be leaves space for others Otherwise use defaults Don't download updates on the install Wait until the reboot Reboot apt-get update apt-get upgrade apt-get dist-upgrade Check out networking (NAT) Create a user
Create an virtual machine running some flavor of Linux with Google Cloud Computing using the account provided for this class.
The first step is to use one of the Raspberry Pi systems to create an account for yourself. The second step is to set one up from scratch complete with a CGI-enabled web server attached to some I2C device.
Mastering Node-RED would be super. >