Configure Windows and Linux with Single Salt Module

If OS is Windows, the path is ‘C:\tero’. If OS is Linux, the path is ‘/tmp/tero’. You can use conditionals to create Salt modules that work in multiple operating systems.

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Simple Secrets in Salt Pillars

This is a simple example for storing secrets in Salt Pillars. If you have a hundred slaves machines, you don’t need to trust them all. Following this tutorial requires working salt master-slave installation and salt states.

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Make a Million of Those – Jinja Templating Salt States

Do you need a 50 users and Apache name based virtual hosts for each? If you use salt, you can use loops and variables with Jinja templates on your states. This short example configuration creates three text files with different … Continue reading

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HTML5 Skeleton with Bootstrap CSS and jQuery 3 Document Ready

This skeleton template allows you to quickly write a web page. It includes the boilerplate you would write anyway: Bootstrap CSS and an inline style; jQuery and a document ready function; and some text wrapped in a div.container.

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