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Can't find the tutorial

  • #29150
    emily allen

    I just installed HW sandbox 1.3 on Oracle VM virtualBox. I want to follow the tutorial in this youtube video:
    However, I can’t see the tutorial on the left. I can see the Hue interface on the right though.

    I have 0 experience to hadoop. Can someone point me to any “hello world” example to make sure I’ve installed the sandbox correctly?

    Thank you!

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  • #29164

    Hi Emily,

    When you first point your browser at the URL mentioned in the Sandbox window ( you should get a page with four options at the bottom (Watch videos, Run tutorials, Use the Sandbox, Enable Ambari) . You need to click on the “start” button under the “Run tutorials”


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