Host Configuration With Cfengine, Part II
"In the previous article, Centralized Host Configuration With Cfengine, I covered the basic principles of Cfengine, the suite of Cfengine tools, and their installation. In this article, I'll cover the use of Cfengine public key encryption, running the necessary daemons, and writing some Cfengine scripts for use in a centralized environment. I'll also discuss using Cfengine to help automate machine installs via jumpstart and provide a pointer to information on automatically pulling Cfengine scripts and files from a source code repository such as CVS."
(Submitted by Noel Wed Jun 1, 2005 )
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