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Running the Open Ecosystem Appliance
Running the Open Ecosystem Appliance
Running the Open Ecosystem Appliance
Running the Open Ecosystem Appliance
Running the Open Ecosystem Appliance
Running the Open Ecosystem Appliance
Running the Open Ecosystem Appliance
Running the Open Ecosystem Appliance
Running the Open Ecosystem Appliance
Running the Open Ecosystem Appliance
Running the Open Ecosystem Appliance
Running the Open Ecosystem Appliance
Running the Open Ecosystem Appliance
Running the Open Ecosystem Appliance
Running the Open Ecosystem Appliance
Running the Open Ecosystem Appliance
Running the Open Ecosystem Appliance
Running the Open Ecosystem Appliance
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Running the Open Ecosystem Appliance

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Detailed steps on how to run a desktop appliance containing the software that powers www.openecosystem.com

Detailed steps on how to run a desktop appliance containing the software that powers www.openecosystem.com

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  • 1. Running the Open Ecosystem Appliance Dr Shiyghan Navti [email_address]
  • 2. Double click on the “LivePC Engine” icon on your desktop Running the Ecosystem Appliance
  • 3. Click on the play icon next to “ready (available offline) to start the appliance Running the Ecosystem Appliance
  • 4. Click on the play icon next to “ready (available offline) to start the appliance Running the Ecosystem Appliance
  • 5. Wait for the Moka5 Live PC Engine to start Running the Ecosystem Appliance
  • 6. Wait for the Linux operating system to start Running the Ecosystem Appliance
  • 7. Make a note of the URL to the appliance. In the example below, it is http://192.168.32.128 Running the Ecosystem Appliance
  • 8. Enter the appliance URL into your brower. In index page shown below should be displayed. Running the Ecosystem Appliance
  • 9. Select the “Appliance administration” link to access the Web administration tool. The default user name is “admin” and password is “password” Running the Ecosystem Appliance
  • 10. The Appliance systems properties are displayed when you login Running the Ecosystem Appliance
  • 11. Click on the “Change Password” link to set your admin password Running the Ecosystem Appliance
  • 12. Click on the “Configuration > Configure Networking” if necessary to configure networking. Default is usually OK. Running the Ecosystem Appliance
  • 13. To stutdown (stop) or reboot (restart) the appliance, click on the “Scheduled Reboot” link Running the Ecosystem Appliance
  • 14. Instructions on how to use the all of the functions is accessible by clicking on the “help” link at the bottom left of the page Running the Ecosystem Appliance
  • 15. Click on the “Corporate website” link on the homepage http://192.168.32.128 to view a demo of the corporate site Running the Ecosystem Appliance
  • 16. Click on the “e-Learning website” link on the homepage http://192.168.32.128 to view the e-learning website Running the Ecosystem Appliance
  • 17. Click on the “Community website” link on the homepage http://192.168.32.128 to view the community website Running the Ecosystem Appliance
  • 18. Click on the “Marketplace website” link on the homepage http://192.168.32.128 to view the marketplace website Running the Ecosystem Appliance

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