Thank you very much for the answer. As I said originally -- I need puppet
*master* 4 (not puppet*server*). Then there came advise to use puppetserver
instead and mess around JDKs.
On Tue, Oct 18, 2016 at 7:10 PM, Thomas Hager <d...@sigsegv.at> wrote:
> On Mon, 2016-10-17 at 13:13 +0200, Ilia Ternovich wrote:
> > I would like to install puppet first and then manage my oracle jdk
> > installation with it. I don't need OpenJDK
> Well, before managing anything with Puppet, you need a working
> puppetserver. And puppetserver has a dependency on OpenJDK, because
> it's the only JDK shipped with Xenial.
> So, install puppetserver with OpenJDK and write your manifest to
> install Oracle's JDK later (you can safely install OpenJDK and Oracle
> JDK in parallel on Ubuntu).
> But the question remains, why would you want to install Oracle JDK
> on the puppetserver? Puppetserver works fine with OpenJDK on Xenial,
> been running it for 3-4 months now without a glitch.
> Thomas "Duke" Hager d...@sigsegv.at
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