any puppet user on CentOS 5 using puppet lab‘s repository…?
I installed their el5 repository but a puppet install asks for:
ruby >= 1.8.7
which is only available on CentOS 6… Someone using their repo?
Or do you use the repoforge one…?
—– Original Message —–
| any puppet user on CentOS 5 using puppet lab’s repository…?
| I installed their el5 repository but a puppet install asks for:
| ruby >= 1.8.7
| which is only available on CentOS 6…
| Someone using their repo?
| Or do you use the repoforge one…?
I’m running puppet 2.7.22 just fine on CentOS 5 using the Puppetlabs repository. No problems at all.
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Ditto for me – I am using the puppet lab’s repo…
What do your repo files look like? I’m using both their dependencies repo as well as their product repo:
The dependencies repo does have ruby 1.8.7…
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Oops, the dependency repo should read:
Fat fingered that cut ‘n paste ;)
From: Scot P. Floess
My problem was:
I don’t want to advise either way… For me, this is all home use – so I
typically just “let it rip.”
Again, nothing I have is mission critical ;)
In the mean time, I am testing cfengine. Very easy to install but the configuration/syntax is big and scary… ^_^
—– Original Message —–
| I don’t want to advise either way… For me, this is all home use –
| so I
| typically just “let it rip.”
| Again, nothing I have is mission critical ;)
| > From: Scot P. Floess
| >> Ditto for me – I am using the puppet lab’s repo…
| >> What do your repo files look like? I’m using both their
| >> dependencies repo
| >> as well as their product repo:
| >> http://yum.puppetlabs.com/el/5/products/x86_64/
| >> http://yum.puppetlabs.com/el/yum.puppetlabs.com/el/5/dependencies/x86_64/
| >> The dependencies repo does have ruby 1.8.7…
| > My problem was:
| > –disableplugin=priority
| > vs –disableplugin=priorities
| > Would have been nice to get an error message…
| > Now the question is… do I want to replace some base packages with
| > puppetlabs ones…? :/
| > JD
Take a look at chef < http://wiki.opscode.com/display/chef/Home>
I am @ n00b stage with it but there is documentation at the wiki site.