[gentoo-user] [Extremely OT] Ansible/Puppet replacement

2015-01-26 Thread Alec Ten Harmsel
Hi, I've been working on my own replacement for Bcfg2 - bossman[1] - over the past few months, and it's finally ready to be released in the wild. I would be honored if anyone on this list who's thinking of trying puppet, chef, ansible, bcfg2, etc. would try out bossman instead. bossman has

Re: [gentoo-user] [Extremely OT] Ansible/Puppet replacement

2015-01-27 Thread Tomas Mozes
On 2015-01-26 16:30, Alec Ten Harmsel wrote: Hi, I've been working on my own replacement for Bcfg2 - bossman[1] - over the past few months, and it's finally ready to be released in the wild. I would be honored if anyone on this list who's thinking of trying puppet, chef, ansible, bcfg2, etc

Re: [gentoo-user] [Extremely OT] Ansible/Puppet replacement

2015-01-27 Thread Alan McKinnon
. The location is very explicit, the defaults are in a named file in an obvious location and there's no mysterious automagic. I definitely wasn't talking about crazy magic permission modes like the suggestion you mentioned in the other mail. A default mode is fine, but make it a variable called mode or umask

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Project:Installer

2015-07-25 Thread Bruce Schultz
is. The 3rd task is more in the realm of tools such as ansible or puppet. Having that said, and having done few Gentoo installations: I'm merely wishing installing Gentoo wasn't such a lengthy process. It's lengthy in that you have to do the steps manually while browsing the excellent handbook

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} Allow work from home?

2016-01-22 Thread lee
ss to the machine. > > This is where management tools come into play. (Same methods apply to > physical > and virtual) > > When talking MS Windows, domains with their policies are very useful. Couple > that with WSUS for the patching and software distribution tools for the >

[gentoo-user] Re: Project:Installer

2015-07-26 Thread James
-1 needs of those with sufficient *nix skills to benefit from installation automation. The 3rd task is more in the realm of tools such as ansible or puppet. Step 3 already exists in rudimentary form:: Both Sephan and Alan have posted on using ansible

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} Allow work from home?

2016-01-19 Thread J. Roeleveld
ividually, in lack of a better way. Per user when it comes to > setting up their MUAs and the like, in lack of any better way. It > doesn't make a difference if it's a VM or not, provided that you have > remote access to the machine. This is where management tools come into play. (Sa

Re: [gentoo-user] moving over to nouveau drivers [solved]

2014-12-16 Thread Stefan G. Weichinger
org.freedesktop.Telepathy.ConnectionManager.haze[3518]: tp-glib-Message: Exiting Dez 15 16:24:22 hiro.local puppet-agent[773]: Could not request certificate: getaddrinfo: Name or service not known [ 904.545] This is a pre-release version of the X server from The X.Org Foundation. It is not supported