We are using Centos 7 as a base platform. We have infrastructure
to start and stop programs. Those programs are run as a temporary user
that is deleted after the program exits.
What I've been able to do so far:
- Install Rise vision on Ubuntu
- Enter a claim id, get a display id on Ubuntu
- Copy ~/.config/rvplayer ~/.cache/rvplayer ~/rvplayer to Centos as the exact same user and paths
- Run the start stop scripts
What I need to do:
- Deploy rise vision on Centos 7
- Deploy rise vision system wide so that it is available to multiple users
- Deploy rise vision as an rpm so that it can be included in our install and updated via repository
- Be able to run rise vision concurrently as I understand there may be port conflicts
- Automate configuring claim id and retrieving display id
Right now, I'm stuck on an installer that says it only supports Ubuntu and every time I try to make changes to the installed system on Centos it displays a "only Ubuntu is supported" message.
Let me know if I've made any incorrect assumptions. Any advice or help you can provide would be appreciated.