The module has been tested on Ubuntu 12.04 and Centos 6.2. It might work on Redhat and Debian as well but I haven’t tested those yet. It installs and configures Apache, PHP and MySQL. At it’s present state it works quite fine, but I might still keep improving it.
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As I’m now using Puppet also with CentOS I’d like to share the script I use to install Puppet on my CentOS VM. The script installs Ruby as well since you need it to run Puppet.
At the moment I’ve been using Puppet on CentOS without a puppetmaster so it’s properly tested only as serverless Puppet, but there’s shouldn’t be any problems even if you’re using a puppetmaster. I’m actually combining the use of Fabric and serverless Puppet to do some quick tests on multiple virtual machines but maybe I’ll write a bit about that in another post some day. Anyway, here’s the script: Read more of this post
While I was improving my LAMP module I ran in to a problem with Apache 2.2.15 on CentOS 6.2.
Apache wasn’t working with my new module so I decided to install it normally via yum and see what’s going on.
Got it installed just fine with:
yum install httpd
Ran sudo service httpd restart.
All went fine.
But now when I checked status:
service httpd statushttpd dead but subsys locked