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Learn how to install, configure, and operate the Vyatta Network Operating System (Vyatta NOS) and Orchestrator, which help drive our virtual networking and physical platforms portfolio.

Installation session example

The following example shows how to install vCPE by using the install image command. The name of the image in the example is 4.x.

vyatta@vyatta:~$ install image

Welcome to the vRouter image installer.
What would you like to name this image? [4.x]: 
This image will be named: 4.x
The vRouter system requires a minimum 1000MB disk space
on a partiton type 83 (Linux).
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) [msdos]: 
Would you like me to try to partition a drive automatically
or would you rather partition it manually with parted?

If partitions are already set up, you may skip this step.
Partition (Auto/Parted/Skip) [Auto]: 

Welcome to the Automated Partition Installer!
The default set up for using multiple partitions is to reserve just enough
disk space for the vRouter and use the rest for data storage. The first partition 
entry always gets treated as the root partition for vRouter. In this case,
your partitions would look like this:

Partition 1: vRouter 4096MB on / 
Partition 2: LIBVIRT 4493MB on /var/lib/libvirt/images 

Continue (Yes/No/Adjust/Insert/Delete/Print) [Yes]: 
Using msdos label
combined_part_size[8589] size[8589]
Creating a new disklabel on sda
parted /dev/sda mklabel msdos
Creating root partition on /dev/sda sect 1024KiB:4096MB
Creating filesystem on /dev/sda1:  OK
Creating extra partition 1 from 4097MB:8590MB with FS label: LIBVIRT
Creating filesystem on /dev/sda2:  OK
Marking /dev/sda partition 1 as bootable

Mounting /dev/sda1...
I need to install the GRUB boot loader.
I found the following drives on your system:
 sda    8589MB

Which drive should GRUB modify the boot partition on? [sda]:

Setting up grub on /dev/sda: OK
Copying squashfs image...
Copying kernel and initrd images...
I found the following configuration files:
Which one should I copy? [/config/config.boot]: 

Copying /config/config.boot...

Enter username for administrator account [vyatta]: 

Enter password for administrator account
Enter password for user 'vyatta':
Retype password for user 'vyatta':