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Vagrant / Puppet project to setup a RPM build server and custom yum repository
I’ve published a project on github
The project contains a Vagrant config file, and Puppet manifests that together with an appropriate basebox will create a VM setup to build RPMS and host them on a Custom Yum repository
To run this
How to create a custom yum repository on Centos 6
If you want to create custom rpms and install then with the usual automated dependency management you’ll need your own yum repository. This is just the RPMS and metadata in the format of static xml files served by a webserver.
Changing default port of memcache on Centos 6
One of those things that just took me a lot longer than I expected…
Changing memcache port seems simple enough - just edit
/etc/sysconfig/memcached and change the PORT value
BUT on a new centOS install memcache failed to start on any non-standard port.
How to build a Centos 6 base Box for vagrant
Creating new Vagrant base boxes with Veewee
I originally went down a manual route as I wanted to understand the process, and since I’m familiar with manual installs this was the easiest path for me at the time.
You’re probably better off using
veewee or packer Device eth0 does not seem to be present, delaying initialization.
I had a centos VM that I hadn’t used in a while, I think I cloned it from another version.
When I came to use it again I had no network andtrying to start the network I got the error message in the title.
There seem to be a few issues