Our brand new image of the SteelScript VM is now available including an updated user interface for our SteelScript App Framework and many underlying improvements to our core code. Take a look at the new look and feel along with our new widget types:
The core OS has been updated to the latest CentOS 7.3 which takes advantage of the latest security features.
The source code for the complete virtual machine isn't necessary unless you'd like to peek at the components of the core OS.
See below for some Q&A's which should help get you started:
Q: What are the login credentials?
A: Once installed and running, the primary system login/password is vagrant/vagrant. This password should work both via SSH as well as console access. For the App Framework the default login/pasword is admin/admin.
Q: How do I access the App Framework?
A: Determine the IP address of the VM, and access it directly using port 80.
Q: I've gotten it installed and running, what now?
A: See the README file when you first login at /home/vagrant/README, it contains lots of good information including how to access the server, and important security considerations.
SteelScript VM is licensed under the terms and conditions of the MIT License accompanying the software ("License"). SteelScript VM is distributed "AS IS" as set forth in the License. SteelScript VM also includes certain third party code. All such third party code is also distributed "AS IS" and is licensed by the respective copyright holders under the applicable terms and conditions (including, without limitation, warranty and liability disclaimers) identified in the license notices accompanying the software.
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