This is a curated set of guides that describe how to install, operate, test, and develop CORD.
CORD is a community-based open source project. In addition to this guide, you can find information about this community, its projects, and its governance on the CORD wiki. This includes early white papers and design notes that have shaped CORD's architecture.
If you are new to CORD and would like to get familiar with it, you should start by bringing up a virtual POD on a single physical server.
See Troubleshooting and Build Internals if you're having trouble with installing a CORD POD.
The best way to ask for help is to join the CORD Slack channel or mailing lists. Information about both can be found at the CORD wiki.
Making Changes to Documentation
The http://guide.opencord.org website is built using the
GitBook Toolchain, with the documentation
root in build/docs in a checked out source tree. It is build with
make, and requires
that gitbook, python, and a few other tools are installed.
Source for individual guides is available in the CORD code
repository; look in the
docs directory of each
project, with the documentation rooted in
build/docs. Updates and
improvements to this documentation can be submitted through Gerrit.