Nightly builds are now available

Important notice: Those files are provided AS IS for TESTING PURPOSES ONLY and MUST NOT be used in a PRODUCTION CONTEXT.

We have just completed the setup of our CI (see clipos/ci) and nightly builds of CLIP OS are now available. You may download pre-built packages, SDK and instrumented QEMU images from files.clip-os.org.

Be aware that those packages and QEMU images are instrumented, which means they allow full root access without any password on the system.

To quickly try running a CLIP OS system with QEMU, you can use the following commands:

# Pick the latest successful build from https://gitlab.com/CLIPOS/ci/pipelines
$ BUILD="$(curl 'https://gitlab.com/api/v4/projects/14752889/pipelines?scope=finished&status=success' | jq '.[0].id')"

# Retrieve the QEMU image
$ wget https://files.clip-os.org/$BUILD/qemu.tar.zst

# Extract and enter directory
$ tar xf qemu.tar.zst && cd clipos_*_qemu

# Read the README
$ cat README.md

# Start CLIP OS with QEMU
$ ./qemu.sh

You can login as root with no password.

Enjoy!

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In my case the ampersand character is interpreted as a background operator,
I had to escape it in order to setup the environment via the request.

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Good catch! I’ve fixed it. Thanks!