This is just a short note to myself. As I finished my last project I need to ship back a Laptop that was provided by the client. To make it nice and clean I regularly use Darik’s Boot And Nuke to keep my data private – in some way. And this time I found out that the easiest was to use it it to set up a DHCP server to tftpboot DBAN and configure DBAN to just wipe… This PXE boot DBAN howto turned out to be the shortest working. Thanks for that!
So the other day I cleaned up all my stuff
And a nice and shiny bright newly installed Debian GNU/Linux 7.2 remained on my Laptop. So libvirt-bin added and no virtualbox or lxc, Vagrant form the website and finally enriched Vagrant with a few plugins, especially the one that enabled Vagrant to manage KVMs rather than Virtual.
So here is the current status:
I followed the Platform Quick Start of LEAP and started to set up a development environment. After running in something I suspected to be a bug yesterday, I have finished with the first BigCouch node this night. Lesson learned: always use ssh-agent and add your keys properly. Using ssh without ssh-agent seems to be old school, I need to update myself.