Sample installation session
The following example shows how to install a vRouter by using install image.
Installing a vRouter
The following example uses the 2009 image.
tmpuser@node:~$ install image Welcome to the DANOS - Vyatta NOS Edition image installer. What would you like to name this image? [2009.09091217]: This image will be named: 2009.09091217 Checking drives for previous configurations... I found the following configuration files: /config/config.boot /opt/vyatta/etc/config.boot.default Which one should I copy? [/config/config.boot]: Enter username for administrator account: vyatta Enter password for administrator account Enter password for user 'vyatta': Retype password for user 'vyatta': Enter the desired system console [tty0]: Would you like to setup a grub password? (Yes/No) [No]: Would you like to enable a reduced grub layout? (Yes/No) [No]: The vRouter system requires a minimum 2048MB disk space on a partiton type 83 (Linux). If you wish, you may also set up a software RAID device for the vRouter partition. Probing drives: OK The following drives were detected on your system: sda 8589MB Install the image on? [sda]: A legacy partition table (msdos) supports drives up to 2 TB GPT partition format supports larger drives and partitions Disk label type (msdos/gpt) [gpt]: Would you like me to try to partition a drive automatically or would you rather partition it manually with parted? Partition (Auto/Parted) [Auto]: Validating defaults... [OK] Welcome to the Automated Partition Installer! Size of BIOS_BOOT partition? : How much space would you like to allocate for the vRouter partition? : Size of the log partition? : Validating partitions sizes...[OK] Print final partition sizes? (Yes/No) [No]: Ready to write partitions to disk Continue (Yes/No) [No]: Yes Creating new disk_label on [sda]: OK Generating boot partition for drive: sda Writing partition to disk: [sda] [BIOS_PART]  Writing partition to disk: [sda] [vRouter]  [ext4] Creating filesystem on /dev/sda2...OK Settling...Done! Mounting /dev/sda2... Setting up grub on /dev/sda: OK Copying squashfs image... Copying kernel and initrd images... Copying /config/config.boot... Creating admin account for user [vyatta] Running post-install script... Done. tmpuser@node:~$