Creates apache2 vhost and serves a kickstart file.
Creates an apache vhost and serves a very basic kickstart file.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, or other platforms that support Kickstart :-).
* kickstart[:rootpw] - set the root password. Use an encrypted string.
* kickstart[:virtual_host_name] - set the ServerName for apache2 vhost.
* kickstart[:mirror_url] - set the full URL to the "CentOS" directory w/ the rpms to install.
 a Ruby way to encrypt:
You'll almost certainly want to edit ks.cfg.erb to suit your environment. As is, the provided template is used as a minimal fast install for creating virtual machines to run CentOS 5. Of particular note, the following should definitely be changed:
* url - mirrors.kernel.org is usually fast for me, but maybe not for you.
* network - change the hostname.
* rootpw - this is an attribute, so you can change it by modifying the server. Use the encrypted password!
Storage / disks should probably be customized, as well as firewall rules, SELinux policy, and the package list.
The %post section will install Chef via Matthew Kent's RPMs, per the Chef Wiki instructions.
To use the recipe on a system that will be the kickstart server,
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