my TODO List after a install

I had to reinstall a couple of machines recently and I had to do the same thing more then once. So I wrote a script,and for my own future self I post it here, as reference.

sed -e 's:ONBOOT=no:ONBOOT=yes:' -i /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0
yum install
yum update
yum install policycoreutils-python iotop yum-plugin-ps yum-cron   iptraf acpid man bind-utils vim-enhanced nc zip unzip wget etckeeper links screen yum-utils lsof bash-completion ddrescue dos2unix dstat lftp links hdparm smartmontools jwhois kexec-tools mc mcelog memtest86+ mmv mtr nmap ntp openssh-server pbzip2 rng-tools sysstat vconfig vlock lzop atop mosh
mkdir /root/.ssh/
echo 'ssh-dss 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 normal' >> /root/.ssh/authorized_keys
chmod 700 ~/.ssh/
chmod 600 ~/.ssh/authorized_keys
restorecon ~/.ssh/authorized_keys ~/.ssh/
etckeeper init
etckeeper commit
chkconfig yum-cron on

Before people complain! Yes, I know puppet and chef. At work I use it daily, but this are play machines and I don’t want to handle puppet here at home.

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3 Responses to my TODO List after a install

  1. seth vidal says:

    Ansible has no agent or pain in the ass to manage and the playbooks would read much like your script.

  2. Jens Kuehnel says:

    Hi vidal,
    yes ansible is on my todolist for this or the next weekend. Thanks for the hint.

  3. Luca says:

    Try salt stack…

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