Andrés Sánchez García

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I'm sysadmin. I love Linux and free software.

Now, I'm interesed in web responsive development


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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Popular Question
Apr
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comment why does my lvm2 volume group only work with multipath device mapper and not powerpath
Try it, show the lun for a unique path, install PowerPath, reboot and show all paths.
Aug
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accepted ansible playbook, different user by operating system
Aug
12
comment ansible playbook, different user by operating system
Ok, I think that it will solve the problem.
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awarded  Supporter
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accepted Ansible playbook, create a user with the option --disabled-login
Jun
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awarded  Tumbleweed
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awarded  Scholar
Jun
14
comment ansible playbook, different user by operating system
you specify the user by host. But I need specify the user by operating system. I think that a solution is specify the operating system on /etc/ansible/hosts variables. It is like your solution
Jun
11
revised Ansible playbook, create a user with the option --disabled-login
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Jun
10
asked Ansible playbook, create a user with the option --disabled-login
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4
awarded  Editor
Jun
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revised List of automatically installed updates on Ubuntu?
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awarded  Teacher
Jun
4
answered List of automatically installed updates on Ubuntu?
May
31
comment ansible playbook, different user by operating system
yes, it is the goal. I'm trying unify the sudo user for all servers with an playbook. But I have two groups of servers (Ubuntu and Red Hat systems). The first group authenticate whit a sudo and the second with root. I'm following this article
May
31
awarded  Student
May
31
asked ansible playbook, different user by operating system