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rajmarshall Add link to the renesas snippet
civilinfrastructureplatform:ciptestingreferencetestcases [2018/06/11 10:38] (current)
rajmarshall [Procedure:] correct formatting
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    * An IWG20M that is powered up, connected to the LAN with an ethernet cable and connected to the host machine with a USB cable.    * An IWG20M that is powered up, connected to the LAN with an ethernet cable and connected to the host machine with a USB cable.
    * A locally built CIP kernel and initramfs.    * A locally built CIP kernel and initramfs.
-   * A Remote Power on Switcher - we have tested with... // - need connection info in the board page//+   * A Remote Power on Switcher - see [[renesasboard|Renesas IWG20M]] for these details.
  
 ==== Procedure: ==== ==== Procedure: ====
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    * A working CIP Board-at-Desk Single-Developer (B@D) Virtual Machine    * A working CIP Board-at-Desk Single-Developer (B@D) Virtual Machine
-   * A Beaglebone Black that is powered up, connected to the LAN with an ethernet cable and connected to the host machine with an FTDI cable. +   * A Beaglebone Black or a Renesas IWG20M board that is powered up, connected to the LAN with an ethernet cable and connected to the host machine with an FTDI cable. 
-   * A built kernel for the Beaglebone Black (see Test #3) +   * A built kernel for the appropriate board (see Test #3 or #5 depending upon your board
-   * The Beaglebone Black has a current successful health check (it is marked as online in LAVA)+   * The board has a current successful health check (it is marked as online in LAVA)
  
 ==== Procedure: ==== ==== Procedure: ====
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     In the LAVA web interface, click on API->​Authentication Tokens and then on the '​new'​ button, ​     In the LAVA web interface, click on API->​Authentication Tokens and then on the '​new'​ button, ​
     give it a description and then click the 'View Token Hash' button and copy the displayed hash value.     give it a description and then click the 'View Token Hash' button and copy the displayed hash value.
-    Then ''​lava-tool auth-add http://​lavauser@localhost:​8080/​RPC2+    Then:  
 +'' ​vagrant@guest:​~/​git-repos/​linux-cip$ **lava-tool auth-add http://​lavauser@localhost:​8080/​RPC2** ''​
  
     Paste token for http://​lavauser@localhost:​8080/​RPC2/:​ **paste token - which will not be echoed**     Paste token for http://​lavauser@localhost:​8080/​RPC2/:​ **paste token - which will not be echoed**
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