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  • sudo 5.4.6

    100% Updated June 8, 2020

    Installs sudo and configures /etc/sudoers

    cookbook 'sudo', '~> 5.4.6'
    Supported Platforms
    • centos >= 0.0.0
    • fedora >= 0.0.0
    • freebsd >= 0.0.0
    • debian >= 0.0.0
    • ubuntu >= 0.0.0
    • redhat >= 0.0.0
    • suse >= 0.0.0
    • mac_os_x >= 0.0.0
    • scientific >= 0.0.0
    • amazon >= 0.0.0
    • opensuse >= 0.0.0
    • oracle >= 0.0.0
    • aix >= 0.0.0
    • zlinux >= 0.0.0
    • opensuseleap >= 0.0.0
  • supervisor 0.4.12

    63% Updated August 16, 2014

    Installs supervisor and provides resources to configure services

    cookbook 'supervisor', '~> 0.4.12'
    Supported Platforms
    • centos >= 0.0.0
    • fedora >= 0.0.0
    • debian >= 0.0.0
    • ubuntu >= 0.0.0
    • redhat >= 0.0.0
    • amazon >= 0.0.0
    • smartos >= 0.0.0
  • user 0.7.0

    63% Updated February 20, 2017

    A convenient Chef LWRP to manage user accounts and SSH keys (this is not the opscode users cookbook)

    cookbook 'user', '~> 0.7.0'
    Supported Platforms
    • debian >= 0.0.0
    • ubuntu >= 0.0.0
    • suse >= 0.0.0
    • mac_os_x >= 0.0.0
    • omnios >= 0.0.0
  • varnish 4.1.1

    -% Updated June 1, 2021

    Installs and configures varnish

    cookbook 'varnish', '~> 4.1.1'
    Supported Platforms
    • centos >= 0.0.0
    • debian >= 0.0.0
    • ubuntu >= 0.0.0
    • redhat >= 0.0.0
    • amazon >= 0.0.0