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Puppet should install example modules out of the box
|Status:||Needs Decision||Start date:||04/21/2011|
|Assignee:||Nigel Kersten||% Done:|
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Perhaps a simple manifest/site.pp that includes a trivial base module. Then a couple non-included modules to manage trivial resources.
#4 Updated by Henrik Lindberg about 3 years ago
Nigel Kersten wrote:
For Puppet? I’m not sure this is desired by our user base, but I could be wrong.
Even as a newbie I would find it irritating if something was just dumped on me. I would be delighted if help told me that there was a command to install a small example though, or even to be given the opportunity to list and select among several examples…
#6 Updated by Anonymous about 3 years ago
I think Henrik’s idea is sane as well. My goal is to give a new user an easy bootstrap process. Perhaps a site.pp with a commented line or two, giving commands to install examples from the Forge?
This, of course, requires jumping through hoops to get PMT installed (#6493).