Last week I reviewed command-line torrent clients and found that Transmission was the most suitable for my needs.
This week I have made Puppet module for automating the distribution of
.torrent files with the usage of Transmission-Daemon.
If you have multiple Torrent Clients running the same Torrents then here is an example how you could control all of them.
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There are not so many good torrent clients made for command-line usage in Ubuntu 12.04. Here are small review of some of them.
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Puppet continues! On todays post I will review one Puppet Forge module and see how many similar are there. On this post I will also show some examples based on the official Puppet Cookbook.
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This post continues our Puppet example series. On this post I will show you example for Templates, Parameterized Classes and Defined Types. All examples were made on Ubuntu 12.04 and you can find all the rest of the example articles from the archive section of this website.
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Today on Ubuntu 12.04 we will be looking into Puppet’s Resource Ordering! As you may know Puppet runs files in such a random way you can’t control it by writing the code in order. You have to use Puppet’s own resource ordering Metaparameters.
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On this post I will present couple of examples about Puppet’s Class and Module sections. This is all tested on Ubuntu 12.04 and continues my Puppet series where I am going through all the necessary and important aspects of Linux’s Puppet software.
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Yesterday famous Free Software movement launcher Richard Stallman visited our school HAAGA-HELIA University of Applied Sciences and gave two speeches about Trends in Programming.
Stallman started the development of GNU operating system in 1984 which lead to the release of most used operating system on server side technology nowadays most often referred as Linux. Despite the fact that mr. Stallman in his speech made sure everybody now knows who really did all the hard work and why the operating system should be known as GNU/Linux or GNU+Linux.
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This post starts Puppet series on Ubuntu 12.04 where we will look into Puppet in detail.
The first post will be about resources in Puppet and how they work. I will give you examples of every core resource type there is by default on Puppet.
This post will include all the core resource types found on Puppet. Notify, file, package, service, exec, cron, user and group.
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This post continues Puppet series on Ubuntu 12.04 where we will look into Puppet in detail.
This post will be about manifests in Puppet and how they work.
Manifests are Puppet specific programs which is mostly based on resource declaration but there can also be made some statements and functions which will be covered on another post since this will be focused on resource declarations.
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Have you ever wondered how to do these websites which work on desktop computer, tablet and even on mobile phone.
This guide is all about Responsive Web Design in HTML5 which allows this extremely powerful design since you only do one website instead of three platform specific ones.
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