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If you have completed the prerequisites (see below), then you should have an openSUSE system prepared that's ready to build and run CoprHD. This page will walk you through that process, starting with fetching the code and continuing to logging into the CoprHD UI for the first time.

But then it will take you farther by explaining how to prepare your IDE for development, how to deploy incremental code changes, how to do remote debugging of CoprHD services, and how to perform basic sanity testing.

If you go through all of the steps here, you should have a good technical background to start on CoprHD development.


  1. You have an an openSUSE CoprHD "development kit" installed and configured
    1. See How to Prepare an OpenSUSE Environment For CoprHD
    2. See How to Create the CoprHD Configuration File
  2. You have an development system available with your preferred Java IDE (Eclipse or IntelliJ) and a Git client installed

These two (#1 & #2) could be the same system if you run your IDE directly on your openSUSE environment.

Clone, Build & Run CoprHD on your openSUSE Devkit

Prepare your IDE for CoprHD Development

Deploy a Code Change to your Devkit

Attach a Debugger to a CoprHD Service

Run Sanity Tests Against CoprHD

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