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freebsd (23) Versions 0.5.0

Handles FreeBSD ports setup

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freebsd Cookbook

Build Status Cookbook Version

Handles FreeBSD-specific features and quirks.

Requirements

Platforms

  • FreeBSD 9/10

Chef

  • Chef 11+

Cookbooks

  • none

Attributes

Attribute Default Description
node['freebsd']['compiletime_portsnap'] false Execute portsnap resources at compile time

Supported Versions

This cookbook will support stable and release versions of the FreeBSD Platform. More information on this subject can be found at issue23.

Usage

freebsd::pkgng

This recipe ensures pkg (aka pkgng), FreeBSD's next generation package management tool, is installed and configured.

This recipe is only useful on FreeBSD versions before 10 as pkg ships in the base install of FreeBSD 10+. That being said the recipe is safe to include on the runlists of FreeBSD 10 nodes and will mostly operate in a no-op mode.

freebsd::portsnap

This recipe ensures the Ports Collection collection is fully up to date.

This recipe should appear first in the run list of FreeBSD nodes to ensure that the package cache is up to date before managing any package resources with Chef.

Resources/Providers

port_options

Provides an easy way to set port options from within a cookbook.

It can be used in two different ways: - template-based: specifying a source will write it to the correct destination with no change; - options hash: if a options hash is passed instead, it will be merged on top of default and current options, and the result will be written back.

Note that the options hash take simple options names as keys and a boolean as value; when saving to file, this is converted to the format that FreeBSD ports expect:

Option Key Name Option Value Options File
APACHE true WITH_APACHE=true
APACHE false WITHOUT_APACHE=true

Actions

Action Description Default
create create the port options file according to the given options Yes

Attributes

Attribute Description
name The name of the port whose options file you want to manipulate;
source if the attribute is set, it will be used to look up a template, which will then be saved as a port options file
options a hash with the option name as the key, and a boolean as value.

Examples

# freebsd-php5-options will be written out as /var/db/ports/php5/options
freebsd_port_options "php5" do
  source "freebsd-php5-options.erb"
  action :create
end

# Default options will be read from /usr/ports/lang/php5;
# current options from /var/db/ports/php5/options (if exists);
# the APACHE options will be set to true, the others will be unchanged
freebsd_port_options "php5" do
  options "APACHE" => true
  action :create
end

License & Authors

Copyright 2010-2012, ZephirWorks
Copyright 2012-2015, Chef Software, Inc. (<legal@chef.io>)

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at

    http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
limitations under the License.

freebsd cookbook CHANGELOG

This file is used to list changes made in each version of the freebsd cookbook.

v0.5.0 (2015-12-13)

  • Only execute the cookbooks when running on FreeBSD so they can be safely included in base roles where they might run on Linux or Windows hosts

v0.4.0 (2015-10-20)

  • Added a new option to execute the portsnap resources at compile time: node['freebsd']['compiletime_portsnap']
  • Updated the supported FreeBSD releases to match those supported by the Chef Client (9/10 only)
  • Significantly expanded Chefspec testing
  • Added source_url and issues_url to the metadata
  • Updated the gitignore file
  • Test on the latest Freebsd boxes in Test Kitchen
  • Added chefignore file
  • Added Chef standard rubocop config
  • Updated Travis CI testing to use the ChefDK for up to date deps
  • Updated Gemfile with the latest testing deps
  • Updated testing and contributing docs
  • Added maintainers.md and maintainers.toml files
  • Added travis and cookbook version badges to the readme
  • Resolved Rubocop warnings

v0.3.0 (2014-10-30)

  • Removing package provider monkey patch
  • Dropping FreeBSD 8.2 support

v0.2.1 (2014-10-23)

  • Don't install PKGNG on 9 if it already exists

v0.2.0 (2014-10-22)

  • Add a recipe to install and configure PKGNG
  • Level up ChefSpec and ServerSpec coverage

v0.1.10 (2014-10-06)

  • Update method used for non-interactive portsnap on FreeBSD 10

v0.1.9 (2014-08-02)

  • Updating to support both 11.12.8 and 11.4.2

v0.1.8 (2014-08-02)

  • Reverting changes made in v0.1.6

v0.1.6 (2014-08-01)

  • Update provider to match Chef-Client 11.14.2 changes

v0.1.2 (2014-04-09)

  • [COOK-4454] Added FreeBSD 10 to test harness

v0.1.2 (2014-02-25)

[COOK-3933] - Add a recipe for ensuring the Ports Collection is up-to-date

v0.1.0

  • [COOK-2568]: FreeBSD cookbook throws Error in runtime

v0.0.6

  • [COOK-1605] - freebsd_port_options always notifies

v0.0.4

  • [COOK-1430] - resolve foodcritic warnings; LWRP now defines default action

v0.0.2

  • [COOK-1084] - fix older version building from ports

v0.0.1

  • [COOK-1074] - initial release

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