Update of "Getting Started"
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Artifact ID: e23f80b826cc6d936b9a4764dd95a6d13b207421
Page Name:Getting Started
Date: 2014-12-29 04:37:56
Original User: rkeene
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Getting Started as a User

  1. Download AppFS
    1. $ wget http://rkeene.org/devel/appfs-1.0.tar.gz
  2. Compile AppFS
    1. $ gzip -dc appfs-1.0.tar.gz | tar -xf -
    2. $ cd appfs-1.0
    3. $ make
  3. Install AppFS
    1. # make install
  4. Run AppFS Daemon
    1. # mkdir /opt/appfs
    2. # /usr/local/sbin/appfsd /var/cache/appfs /opt/appfs
  5. Optionally configure AppFS to mount on boot:
    1. Add to /etc/fstab:
      1. /var/cache/appfs /opt/appfs appfs defaults 0 0
  6. Read about AppFS Configuration

Getting Started as a Publisher

  1. Run AppFS Daemon
  2. Generate a certificate if you do not already have one
    1. $ /opt/appfs/core.appfs.rkeene.org/appfs/noarch-noarch/latest/bin/appfs-cert generate-selfsigned
  3. Create package build script
    1. $ vi pkgs/myPackage
    2. Add (example from zlib):
      1. version=1.2.8
      2. url="http://zlib.net/zlib-${version}.tar.gz"
      3. domain=core.appfs.rkeene.org
      4. sha256='36658cb768a54c1d4dec43c3116c27ed893e88b02ecfcb44f2166f9c0b7f2a0d'
  4. Use the "AppFS" build script
    1. $ /opt/appfs/core.appfs.rkeene.org/appfs/noarch-noarch/latest/bin/appfs-build --cpio myPackage
  5. Publish your application
    1. $ /opt/appfs/core.appfs.rkeene.org/appfs/noarch-noarch/latest/bin/appfs-mkfs --cpio <fileName> /web/static/mysite.mydomain.com/appfs /path/to/appfs_key /path/to/appfs_certificate