By far the easiest way to get started with LING is to use prebuilt binaries.
Just grab the latest LING binary distribution archive
here. The archive
railing utility. Copy railing to your home directory
or somewhere on your PATH. To produce a Xen image for your project run:
This should create both the Xen image file named [project-name].img and the domain configuration file named domain_config. Now you can boot a Xen domain using:
xl create -c domain_config
Run railing without parameters to get help.
To build LING from sources you need to clone this repository and follow the instructions in the README.md file.
git clone https://github.com/cloudozer/ling
Beware that building LING from sources is not for faint-hearted.
If you have a question, you are welcome to contact us via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please consider joining the erlang-on-xen Google group to know what questions were asked (and answered) already.