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lmctfy (4) Versions 0.1.1

Installs/Configures Google's Let Me Contain That For You

cookbook 'lmctfy', '= 0.1.1', :supermarket
cookbook 'lmctfy', '= 0.1.1'
knife supermarket install lmctfy
knife supermarket download lmctfy
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Installs/Configures Google's Let Me Contain That For You. Please see []( for more information about LMCTFY versions that are tested and supported by cookbook versions along with LWRP features.



  • Ubuntu 12.04, 12.10, 13.04, 13.10


Opscode Cookbooks

Third-Party Cookbooks


These attributes are under the node['lmctfy'] namespace.

Attribute Description Type Default
install_dir Installation directory for LMCTFY String auto-detected (see attributes/default.rb)
install_type Installation type for LMCTFY ("source" is only available currently) String "source"

Source Attributes

These attributes are under the node['lmctfy']['source'] namespace.

Attribute Description Type Default
ref Repository reference for LMCTFY source String "master"
url Repository URL for LMTCFY source String ""


  • recipe[lmctfy] Installs/Configures lmctfy
  • recipe[lmctfy::source] Installs lmctfy via source
  • recipe[lmctfy::source_cli] Installs lmctfy CLI via source
  • recipe[lmctfy::source_cpp] Installs lmctfy C++ via source


Default Installation

  • Add recipe[lmctfy] to your node's run list

Testing and Development


Here's how you can quickly get testing or developing against the cookbook thanks to Vagrant and Berkshelf.

vagrant plugin install vagrant-berkshelf
vagrant plugin install vagrant-cachier
vagrant plugin install vagrant-omnibus
git clone git://
cd chef-docker
vagrant up BOX # BOX being ubuntu1204, ubuntu1210, or ubuntu1304

You can then SSH into the running VM using the vagrant ssh BOX command.

The VM can easily be stopped and deleted with the vagrant destroy command. Please see the official Vagrant documentation for a more in depth explanation of available commands.

Test Kitchen

Please see documentation in: [](


Please use standard Github issues/pull requests and if possible, in combination with testing on the Vagrant boxes or Test Kitchen suite.


Dependent cookbooks

build-essential >= 0.0.0
control_groups >= 0.0.0
gflags >= 0.0.0
git >= 0.0.0
protobuf >= 0.0.0
re2 >= 0.0.0

Contingent cookbooks

There are no cookbooks that are contingent upon this one.

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