ok a couple protips for making the whole install work:
you do man ipconfiI'm wg, the commands for standard dhcp are near the
bottom of the printout. You can use the SEND feature of the rio/rc
shell to make issuing these commands correctly foolproof. Buttons given
based on my mouse. If you select text with left mousebutton, then push
in on the scroll wheel and choose 'send', the highlighted text is sent
to your command cursor in the shell as a command. this way, you know
you are getting the commands exactly as they are given in the man page,
whichis what has worked for me on both systems.
If you are
following my earlier 'install on ubuntu guide' and kqemu fails to
build, don't worry. Everything runs fine on qemu without the kqemu
Spend some time learning the mouse controls for
rio, and note that button actions are different between different
windows. The rc shell uses the mouse buttons differently than acme
does, etc, and what the buttons do depends on what your active window
once you have networking and added the /n/sources directory,
ibelieve there is quite a bit of additional software that can be
installed similarly to abaco.
whenever you start a new rc shell, you will need to reissue the commands:
before starting abaco browser. to start abaco at a given url, do
you need the full url.
working on figuring out startup scripts, but for the moment, even if
you save (you need to do fshalt before you stop the virtual machine!)
you will have to reissue all the commands apart from the building and
installing of abaco.