[op25-dev] Beginner's Guide To Setting Up OP25 From Scratch

wllmbecks@gmail.com [op25-dev] op25-dev at yahoogroups.com
Sat Nov 24 12:55:33 UTC 2018



OP25 is easier than ever to install with the install.sh script that come prepackaged.   However, I am not aware of any step-by-step guides to build a viable system on a VM platform.   That said,  I have had great success with op25 on Ubuntu on a VM using Oracle VirtualBox, but I have no personal experience with VMware Workstation Player.  Non the less, I would imagine the process is similar and am willing to assist if you’d like to communicate via PM or phone.


Some prerequisite steps are to insure that your VMware host is 64 bit, and that you have enabled hardware virtualization in your PC’s BIOS setup menu.    You may choose any of the more recent flavors of Ubuntu but I would recommend 18.04.1 LTS  https://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/thank-you?country=US <https://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/thank-you?country=US&version=18.04.1&architecture=amd64> &version=18.04.1&architecture=amd64.


Bill, WA8WG


E-Mail: wllmbecks at gmail.com <mailto:wllmbecks at gmail.com> 



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Is there any kind of a current step-by-step beginner's guide to setup OP25 from Scratch?  Especially for using it on Windows.  For example, I have VMware Workstation 12 Player version 12.5.2 installed on a Windows 7 64-bit machine.  Is there a certain version of Ubuntu that we have to use?  The link to download it https://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop has a version called Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS and another version called Ubuntu 18.10.  How do we know which one to use and what are the command prompt scripts that we should type to install OP25?  Thanks.


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