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10 facts in ansible
Automation
Julien

Install Ansible on Windows 10 with WSL (all distro)​

Introduction and Prerequisites Would you like to install ansible on your windows ?Natively this is not possible. Ansible is only supported on Linux, but it is now possible to install Linux on Windows without using a virtual machine (WSL).Without having WSL enabled on that machine, it will not be possible to continue this tutorial. So just do it now !Once WSL is activated, the installation of Ansible remains standard. Here is how you can do it: Install Ansible on Ubuntu We will take as an example a machine running Ubuntu 20.04:sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get -y install software-properties-common sudo apt-add-repository

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linux + windows
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Julien

WSL activation and Ubuntu 20.04 installing (and others) on Windows 10

WSL activation and Ubuntu 20.04 (and others) installation on Windows 10 The Windows Subsystem for Linux lets developers run a GNU/Linux environment — including most command-line tools, utilities, and applications — directly on Windows, unmodified, without the overhead of a traditional virtual machine or dualboot setup. You can: Choose your favorite GNU/Linux distributions from the Microsoft Store. Run common command-line tools such as grep, sed, awk, or other ELF-64 binaries. Run Bash shell scripts and GNU/Linux command-line applications including: Tools: vim, emacs, tmux Languages: NodeJS, Javascript, Python, Ruby, C/C++, C# & F#, Rust, Go, etc. Services: SSHD, MySQL, Apache, lighttpd, MongoDB, PostgreSQL. Install additional software using your own GNU/Linux

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10 facts in ansible
Automation
Julien

10 Ansible facts that you will need

Short introduction Well, if you are here, you don’t need to explain to yourself what Ansible is, but I’m going to talk to you today about the facts. If I told you that when you launch an Ansible playbook, you have access to a lot of information about the remote machine such as its processor type, network interfaces, disk size,… Facts are generated by default when you launch a playbook so you can always find them (if not set the gather_facts variable to true). The 10 most useful facts! Here we go! I will only list here the facts that

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let's encrypt with apache
Automation
Julien

Setup Let’s Encrypt certificate with Apache

Today you will learn how to put your website on the https protocol, using the Let’s Encrypt solution. Concerning Let’s Encrypt From their website: “Let’s Encrypt is a free, automated and open Certificate Authority (CA) operated for the benefit of the public. It is a service provided by ISRG.We give people the digital certificates they need to enable HTTPS (SSL/TLS) for websites, free of charge, in the most intuitive way possible. We do this because we want to create a more secure and privacy-friendly web.” The influence of Let’s Encrypt continues to grow, here is the proof with this graph:

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server printer driver
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Julien

Add a driver to a printing server [Windows Server 2012 R2]

Hello, Today I will explain how to manually add a driver for your print server. So at the very beginning I download my driver, I execute it, and it’s just an .exe that asks me to extract data, I say ok: Then I go to my server manager and go to Tools => Print Management From the new window I double click on one of my printers of my choice and go to the “Advanced” tab and then “New Driver…” In the next window select “Have Disk…” From there we’ll go to the folder we extracted earlier and look for

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ilo rest configuration
Automation
Julien

Administrate multiple servers remotely HP ILO

Hey guys ! After writing the basics on how to use the RESTful interface tool, (the tool that allows you to manage your HP servers by command line) we will now be able to script with this tool. So that we can configure as many servers as we want in one click. To do this, we’ll create a .bat file (in this example, I’ll use the same configurations as I did in the previous article). Here, we can see in the script that we are going to start the RESTful tool and then we run our commands one after the

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