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For me, fun is taking a program, language, whatever and making it do things it's designer never envisioned it doing. It comes in handy when I'm asked to do something a little outside the norm as part of my job.

My day job

Feb
3
comment What's new in Puppet since 2007?
sadly it doesn't have dates so somewhere around 0.24.x I can't be sure of things are covered by the book or not.
Feb
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comment What's new in Puppet since 2007?
So the "more language features" is actually just "better conditionals"? OK. Just checking.
Jan
31
revised What's new in Puppet since 2007?
added some links to related docs
Jan
31
suggested approved edit on What's new in Puppet since 2007?
Jan
31
comment What's new in Puppet since 2007?
Some elaboration on that first point wouldn't go unappreciated.
Jan
31
comment What's new in Puppet since 2007?
Well that gives me a better idea where to start (2007 -> ver < 0.24.x) but I'd rather not read 3 years/+2K lines of change log. Given that book is a rather prominent stake in the sand, I'd expect a delta from there from the end user's perspective would be valuable.
Jan
31
revised What's new in Puppet since 2007?
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Jan
31
asked What's new in Puppet since 2007?
Jan
31
accepted Is there a puppet cheat sheet out there?
Jan
31
comment Is there a puppet cheat sheet out there?
OTOH, it's kind of hard to pin on a wall.
Jan
26
comment Is there a puppet cheat sheet out there?
@Avleen: I'm looking for more of an "at a glance" kind of reference rather than a complete reference. I want something I can use to quickly find the name of the thing I'm looking for, so I can then go and do a more in depth search for.
Jan
25
asked Is there a puppet cheat sheet out there?
Jan
25
comment Absolute minimal Linux install?
after digging thought the list of stuff in buisy box I foind this: busybox.net/downloads/BusyBox.html#dpkg
Jan
23
comment Absolute minimal Linux install?
@mattdm: Re what I want to accomplish; what I've said is all I can say without diving into details of internal systems.
Jan
23
comment Absolute minimal Linux install?
@mattdm: I'm looking to build a minimal base install. Somethings that can boot strap it's self int a useful system but that won't have anything that isn't needed or needs to be changed; including even the most basic system daemons. Configuration of the system should be a purely additive process.
Jan
21
revised Absolute minimal Linux install?
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Jan
21
comment Absolute minimal Linux install?
I hadn't thought of starting with an embedded Linux... Interesting.
Jan
21
comment Absolute minimal Linux install?
The installer program, in and of its self is likely larger than what I'd really like to get.
Jan
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revised Absolute minimal Linux install?
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Jan
21
comment Absolute minimal Linux install?
@DerfK: don't they also have bits and parts that are supposed to get executed? What does it take to execute them? (I'm willing to live with rather severe restrictions on what can be done but it had better not be silent if you violate them.)