repo.ÎnternetCu.be

This page is for experts only. If you are interested by a plug-n-play Internet Cube, please contact a non-profit organization. If you have purchased the suggested hardware by yourself, or an organization have provided you a pre-installed Internet Cube, you should use the automatic installation guide.

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images/-2017-Sep-06 12:22
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MD5SUMS 11822017-Aug-30 22:46
install-sd.sh 21K2017-Mar-01 14:31
labriqueinternet_A20LIME2_encryptedfs_latest_je..> 396M2017-Sep-06 02:14
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labriqueinternet_A20LIME2_latest_jessie.img.tar.xz 388M2017-Sep-06 01:10
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labriqueinternet_A20LIME2_latest_jessie.img.tar..> 31K2017-Sep-06 12:16
labriqueinternet_A20LIME_encryptedfs_latest_jes..> 396M2017-Sep-06 11:54
labriqueinternet_A20LIME_encryptedfs_latest_jes..> 8332017-Sep-06 12:13
labriqueinternet_A20LIME_encryptedfs_latest_jes..> 31K2017-Sep-06 12:13
labriqueinternet_A20LIME_latest_jessie.img.tar.xz 388M2017-Sep-06 11:48
labriqueinternet_A20LIME_latest_jessie.img.tar...> 8332017-Sep-06 12:22
labriqueinternet_A20LIME_latest_jessie.img.tar...> 31K2017-Sep-06 12:21

Informations

Informations about the way we build the Debian/YunoHost images are available at build.labriqueinter.net. You can rebuild images by yourself if you want.

Quick Guide

Download the SD Card Installer, and just run it (add -2 at the end for a LIME2, or -h to see other options):

% bash install-sd.sh

For the SSH access and the YunoHost post-installation, see the Post-Installation section below.

Quick Guide (encrypted)

For even further privacy, the root file system of your Cube can be encrypted (images encryptedfs).

The hard drive will have to be unlocked each time your Cube is rebooting. You will be able to remotely unlock the hard drive by accessing to your Cube with HTTPS. For that, you will have to use the public IPv4 from your ISP, with a correctly configured port-forwarding on your router (or directly IPv6 if your are lucky).

Download the SD Card Installer, and just run it with -e (add -2 at the end for a LIME2, or -h to see other options):

% bash install-sd.sh -e

For the SSH access and the YunoHost post-installation, see the Post-Installation section below.

Post-Installation

To finalize the Cube configuration, log in once it booted on the card. Use the installation script to scan your local network and find the Cube IP:

% bash install-sd.sh -l

Once your Cube found, connect with SSH on port 22:

root:olinux

Note: If there is only one Cube on your network, you can also directly use ssh root@fe80::42:babe%wlan0 (replacing wlan0 by the network device you use on your computer).

The first thing to do is upgrading Debian/Yunohost:

% sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade

You can now do the YunoHost post-installation.

Then, add the list of apps dedicated to the Internet Cube to YunoHost:

% yunohost app fetchlist -n labriqueinternet -u https://labriqueinter.net/apps/labriqueinternet.json

From the YunoHost web administration, you can now install the VPN Client and Wifi Hotspot apps, then configure them.