Configure users via pillar
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users

Formula to configure users via pillar.

Available states

users

Configures a user's home directory, group, the user itself, secondary groups, and associated keys. Also configures sudo access, and absent users.

users.sudo

Ensures the sudo group exists, the sudo package is installed and the sudo file is configured.

users.bashrc

Ensures the bashrc file exists in the users home directory. Sets 'manage_bashrc: True' in pillar per user. Defaults to False.

users.profile

Ensures the profile file exists in the users home directory. Sets 'manage_profile: True' in pillar per user. Defaults to False.

users.vimrc

Ensures the vimrc file exists in the users home directory. Sets 'manage_vimrc: True' in pillar per user. Defaults to False. This depends on the vim-formula to be installed.

users.user_files

Permits the abitrary management of files. See pillar.example for configuration details.

Overriding default values

In order to separate actual user account definitions from configuration the pillar users-formula was introduced:

users:
  myuser:
    # stuff

users-formula:
  lookup:
    root_group: toor
    shell: '/bin/zsh'