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suid0 / Puppet_6.3_Raspbian.md
Created Mar 14, 2019 — forked from aaroncoffey/Puppet_6.3_Raspbian.md
How to get puppet 6.3 up and running on a raspberry pi running Raspbian
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How to get puppet 6.3 up and running on a raspberry pi running raspbian.

These instructions were tested on a pi 3 with the latest version of raspbian (Raspbian GNU/Linux 9.8 (stretch)).

This guide assumes basic competency with the command line. It also assumes you have a functional puppet master set up with the hostname of puppet. If you can ping puppet, you should be all set. Also note that I am just getting into puppet and am not a master of this domain. There may be errors, and there is probably a better way to do this, but in my searching, I was unable to locate a good set of instructions to get this working, so here we are. Feel free to contact me for corrections.

You can either switch to root sudo -i, or prepend all the following commands with sudo.

Update first

apt update
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Renew Puppet CA cert.
Not the perfect idea, but should alleviate the need to resign every cert.
What you need from existing puppet ssl directory:
ca/ca_crt.pem
ca/ca_key.pem
Create an openssl.cnf:
[ca]
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Created Feb 13, 2018 — forked from donmccurdy/.block
Custom tiles in Google Maps
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license: apache-2.0
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tmux shortcuts & cheatsheet

start new:

tmux

start new with session name:

tmux new -s myname
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