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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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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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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Third article of Eclipse IDE Plugins is about importing a Git project into Eclipse using EGit. This is useful when working with such project that are placed in public places such as GitHub or if you are working on project which has many developers.
This is the second article of Eclipse IDE Plugins and it is about EGit. It is a plugin which allows to run Git commands inside Eclipse. You can do all the necessary things with this plugin regarding to the use of Git as a software developer.
There is a very large website of the things around EGit at their homepage, but I think it’s too much if you just want to use to program.
This article starts a three posts long serie of Eclipse IDE Plugins where I’m going to show how to install plugins and how to use one specific. This post will be about installation of the plugins to the great Eclipse IDE. There are tons of plugins, but not so much tutorials how install them. This will be a general tutorial to all of them. Continue reading Eclipse IDE Plugin Installation
I made this software 2011 in Eindhoven, Netherlands (country of cryptography) where I was having my exchange studies at the time.
The software is about the Data Encryption Standard or DES, however you like to call it.
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