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apt_autoupdate

Apt Automatic Update module

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Version information

  • 0.1.0 (latest)
released Jan 22nd 2013

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  • Direct download

Add this module to your Puppetfile:

mod 'plainprogrammer-apt_autoupdate', '0.1.0'
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Add this module to your Bolt project:

bolt module add plainprogrammer-apt_autoupdate
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Manually install this module globally with Puppet module tool:

puppet module install plainprogrammer-apt_autoupdate --version 0.1.0

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plainprogrammer/apt_autoupdate — version 0.1.0 Jan 22nd 2013

Apt Autoupdate

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A module to manage automatic updates for Apt-based systems.

Platforms

The following target operating systems have been tested with this module:

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Requirements

This module has not external dependencies.

Installation

puppet module install plainprogrammer/apt_autoupdate

Usage

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Contributing

Contributing is easy, unless you're lazy.

  1. Create an Issue and get feedback
  2. Fork the project
  3. Branch and develop with tests
  4. Submit a Pull Request

It is very important that your changes be tested, both via RSpec test and in reality by running via Vagrant. It is also very important that you don't try and code-fist the project. Keep your development focused on one particular feature or bug. Small and focused sets of changes are easier to accept as Pull Requests.