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Re: Cfengine sources

From: Christian Pearce
Subject: Re: Cfengine sources
Date: Thu, 15 Apr 2004 12:04:08 GMT

We are working to support it professionally.  I actually installed it 
yesterday.  I looked at it a long time ago and was able to do some very cool 
stuff.  We automated registry edits and installation of a BB client, etc.

I have since started working with cfengine v2.  We want to be able to install 
cfengine with a stripped down version of cygwin or full blown cygwin depending 
on what the customer wants.  Essentially boil it down to a binary package, 

I started playing around with automating integrit to generate the tripwire like 
reports.  It should prove useful.  I am not a windows guy and cfengine makes 
good use of automating tools.  I just don't know what types of things windows 
guys do to manage their machines.  I assume they have to do something. :)

Christian Pearce

On Apr 15, 2004, Nate Campi wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 15, 2004 at 09:51:37AM +0200, address@hidden wrote:
> > 
> > Yes ... windows tends to make people just give up!
> Windows didn't make me give up, the lack of support for cfengine on it
> did. Don't get me wrong, nobody owes it to me unless I pay them, which
> is what I'll have to do.
> Let me ask: Is anyone on this list actually using cfengine in production
> on windows?
> -- 
> Nate
> If we can dispel the delusion that learning about computers should be
> an activity of fiddling with array indexes and worrying whether X is an
> integer or a real number, we can begin to focus on programming as a
> source of ideas.  -Harold Abelson  
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