Sorry for late. I had my holiday last week so that I didn't reply in time.
Do you mean that I should delete all the files in /doc since there are a lot of config files?
I think it can be helpful if I show you my deploy process.
I have used ubuntu 14.04 LTS in Lenovo Thinkpad x270 which has only one network adapter and follow the readme in https://github.com/cmusatyalab/elijah-openstack. After step 1,2,3,4,I modified three .yml files as follow:
I changed all the passwords and openstack-controller-node and open stack-controller-ip as my IP address.
And then we continued to step 6. Before step 7, we executed these four commands：
Then I typed
nova network-create sunvm —fixed-range-v4 10.11.12.0/24 —fixed cidr 10.11.12.0/24 —bridge virbr0 —bridge -interface eth0
nova floating-ip-bulk-create 10.131.253.98/24
to execute step 7 and step 8.
And about floating-ip I still do not understand. From my point of view, the fixed ip(10.11.12.0/24) is a private network segment and this network segment contains my physical machine and cloudlet VMs. Is this idea right? And the floating-ip is an IP address which we used to access the internet. We associated floating-ip just like a manual NAT service by myself instead of the router. So if my idea is right, the floating-IP must be an IP address which is not be used, isn't it? Is there any other way?
By the way, can cloudlet import another OS instead of ubuntu as base VM? I noticed that there is a "Please note" when I imported base VM show me "The base VM image must be created using the export tool provided a cloudlet script". Where can I study this "cloudlet script"?
Thanks for your kind help all the time.