> Am 17.05.2018 um 15:23 schrieb jcbollinger <john.bollin...@stjude.org
> If it is available, by far the easiest and most robust way to install almost
> any software -- puppet or no puppet -- is via an installation package for
> your system's particular package management system. I.e. an RPM on
> RedHat-family and some other Linuxes, a DEB on Debian-family Linuxes, etc..
> Ideally, the package provider puts it in a package repository, but there are
> ways to handle it even if they don't. It looks like there may even be
> official Debian packages for Seafile
> <http://ftp.debian.org/debian/pool/main/s/seafile-client/> (I googled
> "seafile deb"), so I would definitely look in that direction.
I was not able to find any server packages. What you point to is a client,
that’s a different story.
I guess this interactive installer script is a sort of cripple ware. There is a
pro version, offering a scripted installation :-(
I managed to install seafile by now with a lot of puppet support in three
1) Puppet: install files, prepare db, generate answer file, print reminder
2) Manual script run, entering db-password
3) Puppet: Setup Nginx, Let’s encrypt and move folders to network device
I do not really like this, but I do not see any other solution at the moment. I
might easily run into concurrency issues
Thanks for your advice!
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