|Re: Eclipse OOMPH System Wide Installation [message #1746575 is a reply to message #1746518]
||Tue, 01 November 2016 08:51
|| Nikos Argyriou
Registered: September 2016
The steps in details are summarized below:|
1. Run the OOMPH installer as root in a Linux Environment. I prefer to put the installer inside /opt/Eclipse Installer
2. Set a bundle agent inside /opt/EclipseOOMPH/.p2/
3. Set an installation for e.g JAVA IDE for neon 4.6, Opendaylight (no projects or some specific projects like OpenFlow,...) with variables:
- Root = /opt/EclipseOOMPH/
- Installation = /opt/EclipseOOMPH/java-neon
- Workspace = /opt/EclipseOOMPH/java-neon/ws (Is plugins configuration saved here?)
- GIT = /opt/EclipseOOMPH/java-neon/ws/.git (even if I set this path, it seems that some folders are created inside /opt/EclipseOOMPH/java-neon/git which is the default path) for imported GIT projects. Some people propose to have a GIT folder inside the workspace.
4. Run the /opt/EclipseOOMPH/java-neon/eclipse as a user.
So the question is about the right way to have an exact copy of the ROOT_WS= /opt/EclipseOOMPH/java-neon/ws (with all the plugins configurations) inside the USER_WS = user home workspace:
- If I give rwx access to all users for the initial ROOT_WS, I may use this workspace in order to save as a new one inside my home directory (Copy settings inside the switch workspace dialog box). Do I have to use something like https://marketplace.eclipse.org/content/workspace-preferences-transferrer#group-details?
- If I create a new USER_WS, I will have to make some additions to this, in order to have the same environment as inside root. For example, when a workspace is ready for use with the OpenDaylight Controller this means that some tasks have been run during the initialization according to the OpenDaylight Setup Model. This is my default ROOT_WS workspace. If I create a new USER_WS, what does this means regarding these tasks?
- If I copy the ROOT_WS to my home and use it, I will have problems with wrong paths. Even if I make any updates manually (replace any relative paths with the new ones) it is not the best solution.
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