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=== Putting it all together === So now that you know about the various packages that make up the OCP Certification and OCP Ready test tools, let's install them so you can try them out to see what they do. ==== Installation of Packages ==== First, we need to install the PPAs. Because this is based on Canonical's actual certification tooling instead of a fork, we need to add two PPAs: <pre> sudo apt-add-repository ppa:opencompute-developers/ocp-certification-tools-ppa sudo apt-add-repository ppa:hardware-certification/public </pre> Next, we need to update the apt cache: <pre>sudo apt update</pre> And finally, install the packages: <pre>sudo apt-get install opencompute-certification</pre> ==== Interaction ==== After you have done the above, you will see a long list of packages that need to be installed. These all provide testing tools, libraries and other things necessary for Certification testing. The number of packages will vary depending on how you installed the OS onto the SUT, what version is being used, what tool is used (Ready vs Certification) and so forth. Hit Y and the installation will begin. Once installation is complete, to check it out qickly, simply run the command <code>opencompute-certification</code> or <code>opencompute-ready</code> To do proper testing, there is some configuration and other things that need to be performed first, but this will get you an idea of how the tool works and what it looks like.
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