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Big Data Gurus Message Board › Hadoop hackathon instructions 3

Hadoop hackathon instructions 3

Sujee M.
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San Francisco, CA
HI guys

1) Looking for volunteers:
If you know hadoop and willing to help out others, please contact me.

2) I have started a hackathon repository on GitHub­
If you'd like to contribute to it, please let me know


3)  Some asked about downloading Hadoop VMs.
Here is what I did for downloading Cloudera's Hadoop VM (I am using Cloudera just as an example;)
- downloaded VMware image from here :­
- unzipped it , and opened using VMWare Player / Fusion
- logged in using    cloudera/cloudera  as user/password
- that is it!
You will need VMWare Player (free for windows)  or  WMWare Fusion for Mac (not-free)  to run VMs.
They also have other VMs such as KVM , VirtualBOx ...etc

Sujee Maniyam
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