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Installing Puppet on Ubuntu

This is a step by step tutorial on HowtoForge on how to install the server component of Puppet (puppetmaster) on one machine, and the Puppet client (puppetd) on another.
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If you're not familiar with Puppet, it's a configuration automation tool that allows you to centralize management of the various *nix flavors running on your network. Puppet supports central management of the important aspects of your systems, such as: files, packages, users, services, cron, mounts, etc. For a more complete description visit Reductive Labs.

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