- General Information:
- Quick Demos requiring a 3MB download; No root access required:
(These demonstrations use Toms filesystem.)
- Quick Demo: Basics presents a step by step demonstration of using SBUML to save and restore snapshots of UML virtual machines.
- Quick Demo: Web Page Snapshots shows how to setup SBUML so that complete preconfigured Linux runtime states can be downloaded and restored from web pages with one mouse click.
- Quick Demo: Punt&Catch demonstrates simple Linux machine migration by tossing around a running UML between two (or more) physical machines that have SBUML installed.
- Quick Demos that require minimal root access:
- The Quick Demo: Networking page walks through how to set up UML's uml_net utility and use tun/tap networking with SBUML.
- And with an additional 222MB download:
- The rh72c distribution page explains how to install a large enough Linux distribution to do more interesting demonstrations with GUIs, servers, end-user apps, programming, etc.
- Once the above is installed and working, the complete preconfigured Linux state in snapshots, such as the ones below, can be downloaded and restored with one click:
(Some of the above snapshots are described on these pages: ENGLISH /JAPANESE)