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chef-ingredient assumes connection to the interwebs #62
Chef-ingredient assumes that the host it is running on is connected to the internet and configures/depends on the yum-chef/apt-chef.
Not all installs have direct access to the interwebs, even if they do, should this cookbook really assume that people want to pull directly from there? They could have the packages mirrored internally using satellite/katello/spacewalk/artifactory, etc. and do so for good reason audit/compliance/blah/blah
While it is nice having the cookbook that works soup-to-nuts, perhaps provide the capability to say "i'll provide my own toys" and install the package w/out all the assumptions.
referenced this issue
Nov 24, 2015
hey, @jtimberman, we had some good discussion about this in the 2 PRs referenced above.
Also, yum-chef does allow you to change attributes for the
As you can see here: https://github.com/chef-cookbooks/chef-ingredient/blob/master/libraries/rhel_handler.rb#L57 and here: https://github.com/chef-cookbooks/chef-ingredient/blob/master/libraries/chef_ingredient_resource.rb#L30 only the
Please re-open this issue. If I'm failing to see what you're trying to say, please elaborate further.
That is terrific! Exactly what I have in mind!!
Is there anybody working in this or should I go ahead and code it?
On Friday, December 4, 2015, Serdar Sutay firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
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