Creates users with +authorized_keys+.
Data bag named "users" must exist. See USAGE.
This cookbook is specific for setting up sysadmin group and users for now.
Use knife to create a data bag for users.
knife data bag create users
Create a user.
knife data bag users bofh
The latest version of knife supports reading data bags from a file and automatically looks in a directory called +data_bags+ in the current directory. The "bag" should be a directory with JSON files of each item. For the above:
Paste the user's public SSH key into the ssh_keys value. Also make sure the uid is unique, and if you're not using bash, that the shell is installed. Group must be sysadmin.
The recipe will also create the sysadmin group. If you're using the opscode sudo cookbook, they'll have sudo access in the default site-cookbooks template. They won't have passwords though, so the sudo cookbook's template needs to be adjusted so the sysadmin group has NOPASSWD.
The sysadmin group will be created with GID 2300. This may become an attribute at a later date.
The Apache cookbook can set up authentication using OpenIDs, which is set up using the openid key here. See the Opscode 'apache2' cookbook for more information about this.
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