cookbook 'clonezillalive', '= 0.1.3', :supermarket
clonezillalive (4) Versions 0.1.3 Follow0
cookbook 'clonezillalive', '= 0.1.3'
knife supermarket install clonezillalive
knife supermarket download clonezillalive
Deploy Clonezilla-Live for network-booting.
Clonezilla then allows to save and restore images of hard-disks.
If the image is for windows and prepared for example with sysprep, it can be used to install several machines over and over again.
The development of this cookbook happens on debian wheezy (7.x), which makes this the supported platform. It should work on ubuntu too.
pxe: For the booting and creation of the pxe-menu
nfs: For the image store
node['clonezilla']['append_line'] = 'boot=live config noswap nolocales edd=on nomodeset noprompt'
Basic appendline to boot. Will be extended by the keyboard-layout and the specific options to run clonezilla.
node['clonezilla']['kbdlayout'] = 'us'
Set the keyboard-layout to use in clonezilla.
node['clonezilla']['serverip'] = nil
If the server is reachable via two (or more) interfaces, use the given address for the clients to boot from. If not given, node['ipaddress'] is used.
node['clonezilla']['debug_boot'] = false
By default clonezilla boots with
quiet added to the appendline. With this attribute set to
quiet is replaced by
node['clonezilla']['version'] = '2.2.1-25'
The version of clonezilla to install.
node['clonezilla']['checksum'] = '<checksum_of_2.2.1-25>'
The corresponding md5-checksum of the clonezilla-version to verify the download.
Customized name of the file to download. Defaults to
Customized download url. Defaults to
This recipe does nothing. Its there to play it safe if I want to add providers and resources to this cookbook.
This recipe grabs the clonezilla live image and unpacks the files needed for network-boot. Then it installs tftp and syslinux and configures pxe-booting for the clonezilla image.
Standard opensource cookbook rules apply:
- Fork the repository on Github
- Create a named feature branch (like
- Write your change
foodcritic .and try to have not to many issues.
- <del>Write tests for your change (if applicable)</del>
- <del>Run the tests, ensuring they all pass</del>
- Submit a Pull Request using Github
License and Authors
Authors: Arnold Krille (for bcs kommunikationslösungen)
Contributors: Brent Stephens (Outloud Industries, LLC)
|pxe >= 0.0.0|
|nfs >= 0.0.0|
There are no cookbooks that are contingent upon this one.