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What is the first thing that you would expect to do with some provisioning code - install something, of course! Our intention in this section is to guide you through a happy-path using  the equinox provisioning Admin application to install an Eclipse SDK.
 
What is the first thing that you would expect to do with some provisioning code - install something, of course! Our intention in this section is to guide you through a happy-path using  the equinox provisioning Admin application to install an Eclipse SDK.
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This section is currently under construction but ultimately will lay out a simple end to end scenario of getting the Admin application, creating a profile, installing the SDK and running the installed SDK highlighting points of interest along the way.  In the mean time, get the [http://download.eclipse.org/eclipse/equinox/provisioning/builds/equinox-prov-agent-M1-win32.zip Admin application], unzip it as the root of C: (very important) and use the information in the [[Equinox Provisioning Admin UI Users Guide | Admin UI user's guide]] to create your own SDK install.
 
This section is currently under construction but ultimately will lay out a simple end to end scenario of getting the Admin application, creating a profile, installing the SDK and running the installed SDK highlighting points of interest along the way.  In the mean time, get the [http://download.eclipse.org/eclipse/equinox/provisioning/builds/equinox-prov-agent-M1-win32.zip Admin application], unzip it as the root of C: (very important) and use the information in the [[Equinox Provisioning Admin UI Users Guide | Admin UI user's guide]] to create your own SDK install.

Revision as of 09:10, 3 August 2007

Getting Started with Equinox Provisioning (M1)

What is the first thing that you would expect to do with some provisioning code - install something, of course! Our intention in this section is to guide you through a happy-path using the equinox provisioning Admin application to install an Eclipse SDK.

File:C:\Active\Capilano\Equinox\AgentDownload.jpg

This section is currently under construction but ultimately will lay out a simple end to end scenario of getting the Admin application, creating a profile, installing the SDK and running the installed SDK highlighting points of interest along the way. In the mean time, get the Admin application, unzip it as the root of C: (very important) and use the information in the Admin UI user's guide to create your own SDK install.

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