Application Extension Platform 1.x -- Packaging Applications on Cisco AXP

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To package your applications on Cisco AXP, first prepare the directory structure in your development machine.

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Preparing the Development Machine

The environment used in the following examples is a CentOS 5.2 Linux build. First set up four basic directory structures such as those shown below:

Example:

Directory structure
opt/
   /axp-sdk.1.6.1/
      /keys
   /tcpdump
      /third_party_rpms_repository
   /output

Directories used in the examples are shown in: Table: Directory Structure in Examples

Table: Directory Structure in Examples
Directory Name Contains Example

sdk-directory

Unpacked Cisco AXP SDK files.

/opt/axp-sdk.1.6.1/

source-directory

Application source files and RPMs.

/opt/tcpdump/

keys-directory

Development authorization bundle, development certification, and private key.

/opt/axp-sdk.1.6.1/keys/

project-directory

Packaged files for installation on the Cisco AXP service module.

/opt/output/

Preparing the Cisco AXP SDK

Application Extension Platform 1.x -- Preparing the Cisco AXP SDK

Preparing an Application with RPMs

Application Extension Platform 1.x -- Preparing an Application with RPMs using Predefined RPM Directory

Enabling the Linux Shell in a Virtual Instance

Application Extension Platform 1.x -- Enabling the Linux Shell in a Virtual Instance

Packaging an Application Using the SDK

Application Extension Platform 1.x -- Packaging an Application using the SDK

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