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motd (10) Versions 0.3.0

Installs/Configures motd

Berkshelf/Librarian
Policyfile
Knife
cookbook 'motd', '= 0.3.0'
cookbook 'motd', '= 0.3.0', :supermarket
knife cookbook site install motd
knife cookbook site download motd
README
Dependencies
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Description

Installs message of the day (respects update-motd, if installed)

Recipes

default

The default recipe includes the cow and the knife-status recipes

cow

Displays a friendly warning-cow, logging onto a server in the production environment.

This is example, a domain.com production server

just in case you didn't notice the line above, maybe this cow helps:


< YOU ARE ON A PRODUCTION SERVER! >


      \   ^__^
       \  (oo)\_______
          (__))\/\    \
              ||----w |
              ||     ||

knife-status

plus a knife-status line that displays the knife status of this node. (only when the node supports update-motd)

Attributes

You can specify whether to use colors in your attributes (defaults to true)

node['motd']['color'] = true

Providers

To use the provider in your cookbook, make sure you put the following line in your metadata.rb

depends 'motd'

default

The name attribute is only used if update-motd is installed on the system. If not, it has no meaning.

Create motd using the shipped cow template

motd '50-mymotd'

Create a motd using a custom template

motd '50-mymotd' do
  cookbook 'my cookbook'
  source   'test.erb'
end

Use the default cow template, but do not use colors

motd '50-mymotd' do
  color false
end

Remove a motd (if update-motd is used only)

motd '50-mymotd' do
  action :delete
end

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