Run OpenShift Origin from LiveCD, and Make it Stick
May 01, 2012, 13:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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The OpenShift Origin source code is available at github.com/openshift, and software packages for Fedora 16 and RHEL 6 are available for download and installation, as well. At this point, though, the fastest way to get and and running with OpenShift Origin is to download this LiveCD image and fire it up on a VM or spare machine.
The LiveCD will boot you straight into a graphical desktop session, based on Fedora, from which you can create a domain and some sample applications. It couldn’t be much easier to use, but as with most LiveCDs, the environment goes away once you reboot. Also, the LiveCD sets you up to interact with any applications you install through the web browser and terminal window in the LiveCD environment. I prefer to use the browser in my regular desktop environment