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I’m investigating the creation of VM images for different virtualisation solutions. Among the target platforms is a destop as a service platform based on an OpenStack public cloud. We’ve been working with bootstrap-vz for creating VMs for Vagrant+VirtualBox so I … Continue reading
This post is intended to document some elements of workflow that I’ve setup to manage videos produced for a MOOC, where different colleagues work collaboratively on a set of video sequences, in a remote way. We are a team of … Continue reading
I’ve documented the process of how I’m trying to perform DIY screencast recording, for the needs of a MOOC. I’m working on my Debian or Ubuntu desktop, using an external graphic tablet with integrated display for annotating slides. The main … Continue reading
New short paper : “Designing a virtual laboratory for a relational database MOOC” with Vagrant, Debian, etc.
Here’s a short preview of our latest accepted paper (to appear at CSEDU 2015), about the construction of VMs for the Relational Database MOOC using Vagrant, Debian, PostgreSQL (previous post), etc. : Designing a virtual laboratory for a relational database … Continue reading
I’ve been working on setting up a Docker container environment allowing to test the RuneStone Interactive server. RuneStone Interactive allows the publication of courses containing interactive Python examples, and while most of the content is static (the Python examples are … Continue reading
I’ve mentioned earlier the work that our students did on migrating part of the elements of the Database MOOC lab VM to docker. While docker seems quite cool, let’s face it, participants to the MOOCs aren’t all using Linux where … Continue reading
Student project contributions on using docker to build headless virtualised labs for MOOC participants
After having used Vagrant to create Virtual Machines (VMs) ready made for MOOC participants, I’ve been investigating the use of docker for a similar need. In order to move on, I’ve applied a clever trick by proposing a project to … Continue reading
Here’s a shell script I’ve created (reusing one meant for CAS protected resources), which will allow to connect to a Web application protected by the Shibboleth SSO mechanism.
I havent’ found much details online on how to perform a Moodle course mirror that could be browsed offline using httrack. This could be useful both for backup purposes, or for distant learners with connectivity issues. In my case, there’s … Continue reading
We’ve been busy setting up a Virtual Machine (VM) image to be used by participants of a MOOC that’s opening in early september on Relational Databases at Telecom SudParis. We’ve chosen to use Vagrant and VirtualBox which are used to … Continue reading
I have been testing Docker for a few weeks now, and investigated the use of baseimage-docker, which provides support for supervising services with runit, and includes OpenSSH, among other things, based on an Ubuntu base system. Of couse, I’m interested … Continue reading
As announced previously, I’ve been hacking on a migration tool allowing to import into the MediaWiki of a FusionForge project, a conversion of the contents of a TWiki wiki. I’ve succesfully imported a first project (from PicoForge to FusionForge) using … Continue reading