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A server component to munki
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Merge pull request #195 from Ginja/master

Postflight issue when using cacerts
latest commit 5846f1b6b1
Ricky Chilcott rickychilcott authored
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app Handle nil dates on Warranty model
config Non-memory database
db Raked database
features Add testing frameworks to project
lib Delete unused package files
public Removing public/assets symlink
script Fixed an issue in the postflight script where it would fail if a cace…
vendor/plugins Removing dynamic_form in vendor/plugins. Moving to gem
.coveralls.yml Adding Coveralls support (for code coverage)
.gitignore Ignoring coverage folder
.rspec Add testing frameworks to project
.rvmrc Switch to 1.9.3-p0 instead of p194
.travis.yml Switching to sqlite3 database for travis
Gemfile Being anal and switching all double quotes to single quotes in Gemfile.
Gemfile.lock Downgrading to older version of jQuery because of a number of errors …
Guardfile Add testing frameworks to project Update
Rakefile Resolve more merge issues from Ricky's commit Initial commit of munki server
notes Initial commit of munki server

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Munkiserver is a Ruby on Rails web application for managing your munki clients. Clients are in a 1-1 relationship with the server (i.e. each client has their own manifest), making it easy to specify one off installs. However, you can still group clients together using computer groups and apply software bundles to them, thus achieving the same level of functionality as regular manifests in vanilla munki. All configurations (ex: pkginfo, manifests, bundles, etc…) are stored in a backend relationsl database; there is no flat repo. This adds some complexity however, all management is done through the web application:

  • Adding/removing computer clients
  • Uploading/editing packages
  • Editing manifests
  • Assigning user/group permissions
  • Viewing which packages have updates (uses to check)
  • Viewing warranty information
  • The list goes on…

For installation instructions and documentation, see the wiki:

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